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DESIGN YOUR PARK – APRIL 4, 2019

The City of Hughson is applying for funding from the CA Department of Parks and Recreation to renovate Lebright Fields Park as part of a Statewide Park Development and Community Revitalization Program. The City is seeking input on the proposed renovation from residents through a series of five activities over the course of several months. Join us at our workshops to share your ideas, and complete the survey with the following link! https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/J2GJRD3

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CITY WIDE YARD SALE

The City of Hughson is offering a “City Wide Yard Sale” on April 6th & 7th. You will NOT be charged a yard sale fee for this two day event. Please take advantage of this opportunity to get rid of as much as you can before the City Wide Clean-Up Day scheduled for May 4th. If you have any questions, please contact City Hall at 209-883-4054.

Senior Citizen Yard Clean-Up Project

The Love Hughson committee is looking for Hughson Senior Residents who need help and/or assistance around their home with yard clean-up, weeding, waste removal, small projects etc.

Painting House Numbers on Curbs

Having your address painted on your curb helps improve emergency response to community members in need. This is a FREE service.

If you or someone you know is interested in either of the above projects please contact Hughson City Hall at 209-883-4054.

 

Hughson City Council Directs Staff to Craft Illegal Firework Regulation

Enforcement and Education Efforts to Begin This Year

The Hughson City Council directed City staff to develop a Policy to address the use of illegal fireworks in the City by allowing public safety personnel to enforce this activity. Ultimately, the Policy will address the responsible party and a monetary penalty for any illegal activity.

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Video: Cal Fire Firework Safety

Fireworks Ordinance 2018-05 Passed and Adopted November 26, 2018

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Initiatives

 

Portable Observation Device

To proactively address its goal ensuring the safety and security of the community, the Hughson City Council has allocated funding for the placement of public safety cameras throughout the City. The cameras are intended to deter criminal activity and assist law enforcement efforts. Phase I of the effort will include six (6) Portable Observation Devices—a self-contained camera system—to be placed along major corridors of the City. It is anticipated that the City will implement a second phase of security devices in the future.

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Council Meetings

 

Council Meetings

Next Meeting:

March 25, 2019 @ 7:00 pm
Council Chambers

Agendas and Minutes