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Hatch/Santa Fe Project Update

According to Stanislaus County Public Works, Hatch Road and Santa Fe Avenue intersection will be closed June 15-16 for paving operations. Santa Fe Avenue will be opened afterwards, but Hatch Road will remain closed from June 17th through July 4th for signal work. More information will be provided as it becomes available. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact Jaylen French, Community Development Director for the City of Hughson at (209) 883-4054.

Fox Road Sidewalk Project (nearly) Complete!

The installation of curb, gutter and sidewalk on Fox Road is substantially complete. In the next few weeks, the City will seal coat the entire road to provide a uniform look to the pavement and will subsequently stripe the road to include travel lanes, fog lines, a bike lane and stop bars. Additionally, utility poles will be removed from the sidewalk area and other various finishing improvements. The project was paid using an Active Transportation Program (ATP), i.e. Safe Routes to School grant. The City is excited for the addition of sidewalks for all residents, but in particular school aged children walking to and from school. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact Jaylen French, Community Development Director at 209/883.4054.
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City of Hughson Downtown Farmers’ Market

Thursday, June 22nd

Due to the expected extreme heat, the Hughson Farmers’ Market is being canceled this Thursday. See you next Thursday for fresh produce, good food, live music and fun for all!

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Measure L

In November, Measure L, the countywide transportation sales tax measure passed with nearly 72 percent of the vote, the highest percentage by a first time transportation measure since 1989.

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Next Meeting:

June 26, 2017 @ 7:00 pm
City Council Chamber

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