June 18, 2019

Water Meter Replacement Project Update – June 13

Water Meter Repalcement _Outreach HeaderlThe Suisun-Solano Water Authority (SSWA) has installed 1,669 new water meters in Lawler Ranch since the meter replacement work began on May 20, 2019. [Read more…]

Prepare for Public Safety Power Shutoffs

In response to recent wildfire seasons, PG&E has begun a program to proactively turn power off for safety in areas served by power lines in fire-prone areas. 

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City Manager’s June Update

City Manager Greg Folsom

Suisun City Manager Greg Folsom has released his latest monthly update to help keep the community informed of what’s happening in Suisun City.

This month, learn about:

  • Upcoming and ongoing projects, like
    • The gas station/Fatburger project at Walters Road and East Tabor Avenue,
    • Marina Fuel System Upgrade Project,
    • Marina Dredge Project,
    • SSWA Water Meter Replacement Project, and
    • Lawler Ranch Mexican Fan Palm Trimming and Removal Project.
  • Ordinance Updates, including
    • Proposed Front, Rear and Side Yard Restrictions Ordinance Amendment, which was referred back to the Planning Commission;
    • Proposed Noise Ordinance, which is the subject of a June 8 workshop; and
    • Proposed Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) Ordinance, which is the subject of an upcoming workshop 
  • Public Safety Updates, including
    • Swearing in of Fire Chief Justin Vincent and Police Officer Ryan Armosino,
    • Solano County Peace Officers’ Memorial, and
    • Police and Fire department annual reports.
  • A Recap of May events, including
    • Mother’s Day Waterfront event,
    • ENGIE Solar Project kickoff,
    • Public Works Month showcase,
    • Little Biggest Car Show on the Waterfront,
    • Montebello Vista Park meetings, and
    • Four City Council meetings.

A library of monthly updates will be available through the City Manager’s webpage.

Accessory Dwelling Unit Workshop

The Development Services Department is hosting an informational workshop about Accessory Dwelling Unit (aka granny units) standards and opportunities from 10:30-11:30 a.m. on Saturday, June 8, 2019, at the Nelson Community Center.

Bring your questions about this expanded opportunity to add small units on single-family lots.

Meeting Information Flyers

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Sustainable Energy & LED Lighting Project Kick-Off

Suisun City and it’s partner ENGIE Services U.S. will launch at noon Tuesday May 21, 2019, the installation of solar arrays and lighting improvements that will both save the City money and reduce greenhouse gases.

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Commercial Recycling Laws

California has established requirements that commercial operations recycle their organic and other recyclable solid waste.

The fact sheets and links below provide information regarding these legal requirements.

Fact Sheets

Links to CalRecycle

The following links provide complete information on these requirements from CalRecycle:

Summer/Fall Playbook is Here!

The Summer/Fall Playbook is now available with all the info you need to get involved in adult sports, enroll your child in dance, soccer, preschool or Spring Break Camp, or learn something new yourself. This is the Recreation, Parks & Marina Department one-stop resource! [Read more…]

2019 Community Drop-Off Day Schedule

Community Drop-off Day-120The 2019 schedule of Community Drop-Off Days has been finalized.
  • Event Dates:
    • April 13th
    • June 8th
    • August 10th
    • October 12th
  • Event Hours: 8am to Noon
  • Event Location: Lot behind the Post Office [Read more…]

New Small Cell Site Rules & Information

On April 2, 2019, the Suisun City Council adopted an urgency ordinance and Council policy to create local regulations over Small Wireless Facilities (SWFs or Small Cell Sites) used to deploy 5G wireless technology that the Federal government has deemed appropriate for existing public infrastructure, such as light poles and other vertical elements.

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Help Us Help You!

“We can’t fix what we don’t know about.”
“We don’t know what we haven’t been told.”
These types of adages serve us just as well in our modern, electronic, social media-driven, mile-a-second world as they did in our grandparents’ day.

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