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City of Hughson Planning Commission Vacancy

Do you want to be an active part of your community’s decision-making and planning future?

The City of Hughson is currently recruiting for an opening on the Hughson Planning Commission. Applications are available during business hours at City Hall, located at 7018 Pine Street or anytime here.

The Planning Commission meets on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 6:00pm. Commissioners receive a $50 stipend for each meeting attended.

Please submit applications to City Hall. Should you have any questions about the Commission vacancy or need further information please contact 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.

Press Release

Video: Cal Fire Firework Safety

Proposed Fireworks Ordinance – 11/13/18

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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    25 December 18

  • City Parks & Community Centers



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:

December 10, 2018 @ 7:00 pm
 Council Chambers

Agendas and Minutes