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2018 Hughson Fruit and Nut Festival

April 28, 2018 – April 29, 2018 • Downtown Hughson

The 2017 Hughson Fruit and Nut Festival was attended by an estimated 20,000 people from near and far and that number is expected to grow this year due to its popularity. This year’s events include: live entertainment, including the renowned Greg Scudder Band and Rob Ely as Elvis, a Classic Car Show and an amazing array of delicious food, plus over 125 unique craft vendors and specialty vendors are offered. The festival offers a huge Kidz Zone featuring many activities for the entire family, including a 4-H Petting Zoo, which is always a big attraction. In addition, there will be a Pancake Breakfast, a Chili Cook-off, the FFA Kiddie Tractor Pull, free samples at A Taste of Central Valley Agriculture, a free Make Your Own Ice Cream Station, our popular Farmers’ Market, an Ag Equipment Show and so much more! Finally, a Beer and Wine Garden is the perfect place to enjoy a cold drink and a tasty treat.

For more information please visit: http://www.hughsonfruitandnutfestival.com/

City Wide Clean-Up • Let’s Keep Hughson Beautiful

Saturday, May 5, 2018 − 7:30am to 1:30pm − Tully Rd & Walker Ln

The City of Hughson and Cal Recycle are providing a Clean-Up Day for all Hughson residents. The dump permit required at the entrance station can be found with your April utility bill. For a list of acceptable dump items, please click here. If you are a Senior or Disabled and need assistance for the Clean-Up Day, please contact City Hall at 883-4054.



City of Hughson City Council Workshop —

Water & Sewer

Hughson City Council & City Staff held an informational workshop regarding the City’s Water & Sewer Operation & Infrastructure. Information was provided on the current condition of the current water & sewer infrastructure; the history of the adopted water & sewer rates; and the City’s future needs for these important utilities.


Water & Wastewater Workshop Video
Water & Wastewater Workshop Presentation
Water & Wastewater Workshop Q&A
Water Overview
Wastewater Overview
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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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Next Meeting:

May 14, 2018 @ 7:00 pm
Council Chambers

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