Imagine if you had $1.8 million to spend to improve Suisun City. What would you spend it on? That’s the key question for you to consider at Wednesday night’s Measure S Town Hall meeting.
The Senior Center is hosting an informational meeting at 10:30 a.m. on March 14 at which Solano County will preview a new one-stop resource directory for seniors and caregivers to locate services and support.
The Recreation and Community Services Department is seeking volunteers to work with our youth sports programs, senior center activities, and various other program areas.
The Recreation and Community Services Department is now recruiting Recreation Leaders to assist in a variety of programs, including the Marina, Youth Sports, Registration, Facilities, Youth Services, and Preschool and Early Childhood Enrichment. [Read more…]
The schedule of quarterly free Community Drop-Off Day for 2017 has been announced as April 1, June 3, August 5 and November 4. All events will be held from 8 a.m. to Noon on the undeveloped property behind Sunset Shopping Center near the Post Office. [Read more…]
With the City Council set to begin discussions on January 3, 2017, about implementing Measure S, City Manager Suzanne Bragdon has prepared the following update: [Read more…]
The best way to get important community alerts from the Suisun City Police Department is to download the official app onto your Apple or Android smartphone. You’ll hear directly from the Police Department, and your reports and tips will go directly to the staff members in the best position to respond to your concern.
Through the app, you can get alerts and bulletins and report
- crime tips,
- safety concerns,
- extra patrol requests,
- homeless encampments,
- traffic concerns and more.
To get the app,
- Use a QR reader to link from the code to the right
- Apple users, go to https://appsto.re/us/hKau6.i
- Android users, go to https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.logictree.suisuncitypd
For more about the app, please go to http://police.suisun.com/services/smartphone-app/
When Police Chief Tim Mattos met with Waterfront Neighborhood members earlier this month, he said the Police Department would respond to their concerns. Here’s a quick update on what’s happened so far. [Read more…]