January 18, 2022

Ice Skating at Harbor Plaza Stage

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Park Playgrounds Closed or Under Repair

The following Playground Facilities are Closed, Under Repair, or Construction:

McCoy Creek

Due to construction, McCoy Creek Playground is currently closed. The existing playground is in the removal process and it is anticipated that the new playground will be installed and completed in two weeks.

Lawler Ranch

Due to vandalism, Lawler Ranch Playground is currently closed. The parts to repair the vandalized structure have been ordered, and the playground will reopen once the parts come in and are installed.

Montebello Vista

Due to safety reasons, Monte Bello Vista Playground is currently closed. The playground will be replaced in the near future.

Lyft First/Last Mile Program Comes to Suisun City

The City of Suisun City is partnering with the Solano Transportation Authority’s (STA) Solano Mobility Program to expand the First/Last Mile Program (operated by Lyft) to include all Suisun City residents starting now.

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Playgrounds Reopening Update

We have received numerous phone calls regarding the reopening of playgrounds in Suisun City.  Unfortunately playgrounds are considered high risk by both the State of California and Solano County .  Please see the attached Roadmap to Recovery which provides more information as to when certain types of activities will be permitted to open.

  Roadmap to Recovery (188.6 KiB, 737 hits)

Suisun City Strategic Plan

The Suisun City Council adopted the 2020-2025 Strategic Plan on October 22, 2019, which includes:


Our Mission

Suisun City’s mission is to provide a safe, healthy, inclusive community resulting in an exceptional quality of life where our residents and businesses prosper, and visitors feel welcome.


Our Vision

Suisun City is an active, inclusive, sustainable and flourishing community committed to maintaining harmony between its urban and rural areas, supporting its history, arts and natural environment; and its thriving waterfront district, fostering opportunities for current and future generations.


Our Values

Integrity

Transparency

Innovation

Inclusivity

Diversity

Service

Sustainability

Community


Our Goals

Learn the detailed strategies for each goal in the complete 2020-2025 Strategic Plan

City Manager’s September 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:

  • Strategic Plan for the City
  • Long-Range Fiscal Plan
  • Fire Department Needs Assessment
  • Measure S Oversity Committee
  • Public Safety Updates
    • Capt Greg Renucci Promoted to Division Chief
  • National Night Out
  • Summer Park and Rec Events
  • Solano EDC
  • Marina Dredging Project Update
  • City Hall Maintenance
  • SSWA Water Meter Replacement

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

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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Now Recruiting Entry-Level Police Officers

The Police Department is proud to announce that it is now accepting applications for entry-level Police Officers.

This position is designed to identify the very best candidates and develop them into Suisun City Police Officers. [Read more…]

Join the Friends of Suisun City Recreation Board

The Friends of Suisun City Recreation, a local non-profit benefitting community recreation programs, is seeking local people energized and passionate about improving our parks and recreation programs to join its board to make great things happen.

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Now hiring Recreation Specialists

The City of Suisun City Recreation and Community Services Department is now recruiting for Recreation Specialist I/III-I to help operate our afterschool programs on local school campuses. [Read more…]