October 23, 2021

Senior Thanksgiving Lunch Delivery

For Thanksgiving 2021, Suisun City’s Recreation, Parks, &Marina Department will be delivering a free traditional Thanksgiving meal to seniors (ages 50+) that reside in Suisun City. It will be contactless delivery, with the meal left at your doorstep in consideration of public health.

Meal delivery will start at 11:00am Thursday, November 26. Reservations are required, and must be made by Monday November 22 at 5:00pm. To make a reservation, please email us at screc@suisun.com or call (707)421-7200, Monday – Friday 9:00am – 5:00pm. You will need to provide you name, contact phone number, and physical address to complete your reservation.

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Suisun City Winter Art Gala

We are pleased to announce the Suisun City Winter Art Gala will held Friday, December 3, 2021 at the Joseph A Nelson Community Center.

Doors Open / No Host Bar 5:30pm
Dinner 6:30pm / Art Auction to follow
Supporting Public Art in Suisun City

Tickets—$50 per person
Table of 8 – $400, choice of table location
VIP Table – $550, choice of table location, special dessert for 8

To purchase a table, please call Kathleen- (707) 421-7200
eventbrite.com/e/suisun-city-winter-art-gala-tickets-194680513657

  Winter Art Gala Flyer (244.0 KiB, 30 hits)

Sponsored by:
City of Suisun City, Recreation, Parks, & Marina Department
City of Suisun City Recreation , Parks, Marina, & Arts Commission
Friends of Suisun City Recreation

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Drive Through Trick or Treat

Drive Through Trick or Treat

October 31, 2021 2:00pm-4:00pm

Trick or treat this year from the comfort and safety of your automobile! Kids put on a costume and visit the 4 locations indicated below and receive candy from the Recreation, Parks, and Marina Department, Police Department, Administration, Public Works, and Fire Department. At each haunting location, pull up to the candy station and you will be given yummy treats.


You may travel to the locations in any order.
Candy Station Locations:
1. Heritage Park/Joe Nelson Center – 611 Village Drive
2. City Hall – 701 Civic Center Blvd
3. Hall Park – 621 Pintail Drive (Fire Station)
4. Burdick Center – 1101 Charleston Street & Little Rock Circle

  Drive Through Trick or Treat (166.4 KiB, 0 hits)

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After School Program Registration Opening

Suisun City Recreation is excited to announce the return of after school programs at Dan O Root, Crescent Elementary, and Suisun Elementary! Here are the dates for priority and open registration:

Priority Registration: Wednesday, August 4 at 9:00am

Open Registration: Monday, August 9 at 9:00am

Priority registration will only be open to those students that were enrolled in their respective program at the time of the initial COVID-19 school closures in March 2020. Those who were not in the program can utilize the open registration period.

There are less spots available than usual, due to COVID-19 regulations and due to limited spaces available at each school. Please contact Marvin Mora, Recreation Supervisor, at mmora@suisun.com for any questions. Please see the attached fliers for specific information on each after school program.  Registration will be open online at suisun.recdesk.com !

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Community Input Needed

In case you missed the Community Workshop… Here is the live video feed from 6/16/21’s community workshop meeting for the RPM Department. We are still looking for your ideas for the future of parks, facilities, and programs benefiting the community. Please email your ideas, feedback, and suggestions to SCrec@suisun.com.

Missed the meeting? No worries. Check it out:

https://fb.watch/6cBbUl04Bs/

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.

Drive Through Crab Feed Winning Raffle Ticket Numbers

Sorry for the Technical Difficulties. Here are the winning numbers.

Raffle Prize Winning Numbers:

$25.00 Costco Gift Card 553894; 457088; 554324$25.00

Cast Iron Gift Certificate 457309; 554348$25.00

La Cabana Gift Certificate 554039; 554446

Pair of Six Flags 1 Day Admission Tickets 554150

Pair of de Young/ Legion of Honor Museum Tickets 457437; 457392

Heretic Brewery Gift Set: $25 Gift Card, Growler,2 Pint Glasses, & Bottle Opener Key Chain 553380

Chukchangsi Gold Resort & Casino Gift Package:1 Night Stay, $100 Spa Certificate, & $55 Food Voucher 553416

Il Fiorello Olive Oil Company Gift Package: Farm Tour &Tasting for 4 People 4573802

Dozen Donuts Delivered by the Police Chief, Full Lights 554171

Winners may pick up their prizes at the Joseph Nelson Community Center on Monday or Tuesday during business hours or call 707-421-7200 to make arrangements to have your prize mailed.

McCoy Creek Trail

Background
The second phase of the McCoy Creek Trail will provide a 3/4-mile extension of this multi-use paved path along McCoy Creek from Pintail Drive to Blossom Avenue. The 10-foot wide concrete trail will extend the completed first phase which runs from the Central County Bikeway adjacent to Highway 12 along McCoy Creek to Pintail Drive. It will include a pedestrian/bicycle bridge and potential projects amenities may include shade structures, wayfinding and educational kiosk signs, and mid-block crossing safety improvements.

The trail segment will include three mid-block crossings at Blossom Avenue, Worley Road, and Pintail Drive. The City plans to install pedestrian safety improvements at these crossings such as high-visibility crosswalks, lighting, curb extensions, rectangular rapid flashing beacons, and/or speed tables.

Benefits of a Trail
The McCoy Creek Trail will provide important and safe connections for community members who walk, bike or use other forms of self-propelled transportation through Suisun and offer community members of all ages and abilities the opportunity to participate in active recreation. The trail extension will provide safe and direct connections to community destinations such as the Kroc Center, Suisun City library, Suisun Elementary School, transit lines, and the Central County Bikeway.

 

 

Get involved!
Using community input in addition to technical analysis and best practices in trail design, the City and project team will develop a final concept for the trail extension that considers key elements such as creek location, sensitive habitats and wildlife, topography, public safety, and aesthetics.

Sign up to receive email updates about the project and stay tuned for upcoming opportunities to learn more and provide your input!

Previous outreach opportunities

  • Virtual Community Workshop

The City of Suisun City implemented a three-week virtual community workshop for the McCoy Creek Trail Phase II Project to engage with community members in the Suisun City region. The virtual workshop was open to the public from Thursday, November 5, 2020 to Thursday, November 26, 2020. The project team received 152 responses from community members about their current use of the trail, anticipated use on the future trail segment, preferred modes of transportation on the future trail segment, access points, amenities, and benefits and challenges. A summary of all feedback from the virtual workshop is available for download here.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Why is the City creating paved trails?
    • Paved trails provide important connections for community members who walk, bike or use other forms of self-propelled transportation through Suisun and offer community members of all ages and abilities the opportunity to participate in active recreation.
    • Additionally, paved trails create safe recreation opportunities for community members, increase overall public health, and provide safe routes to schools.
  • How can I learn more and participate in the design process?
  • How will the City provide safety for those who use the trail and those who live nearby the trail?
    • This trail extension project will provide access for public safety officers including the police and fire department.
    • Paved trails provide natural surveillance through increased use and visibility in the area, as well as natural territorial reinforcement through a sense of ownership, responsibility, and accountability. This trail will also be well maintained, provide clean areas with clear sightlines, and as a result be less likely to be vandalized. These benefits will ultimately make the trail more comfortable for those who use it.
  • How will this project be funded?
    • In 2019, the City received an allocation of Active Transportation Program (ATP) grant funds to design Phase 2. The City is also set to receive an additional $3.487 million federal ATP allocation for construction and construction administration in 2021.

The City of Suisun City is planning for the second phase of the McCoy Creek Trail, which will provide a 3/4-mile multi-use paved path along McCoy Creek from Pintail Drive to Laurel Creek. The 10-foot wide concrete trail will extend the completed first phase, which is located between the Central County Bikeway and Pintail Drive. Your input is requested. Please give your input online now through November 26 at www.McCoyTrail.com.

McCoyCreekTrail_OnlineQuestionnaire-Flyer(English)

McCoyCreekTrail_OnlineQuestionnaire-Flyer(Spanish) 11.5

McCoy Creek Trail Virtual Workshop Summary (Final For Web)

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

Thursday, September 3, 2020

Solano County Approves Rental Assistance Program for Low-Income Families Impacted by COVID-19

Beginning Monday, September 21, 2020, Solano County residents who need rental assistance because they lost their jobs or had their wages reduced due to COVID-19 are urged to apply to the County-funded Rental Assistance Program that is designed to support individuals and families in low-income communities impacted by the pandemic health emergency.

On Tuesday, August 25, the Solano County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved $4 million in CARES Act funding for the COVID-19 Rental Assistance Program (RAP). The RAP, administered by Catholic Charities of Yolo-Solano, will provide rental assistance paid directly to landlords on behalf of eligible renter households. The program also will provide participants with additional resources, including, but not limited to, employment assistance, access to mental and behavioral health services, and food and nutritional assistance through the Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano and CalFresh.

“Catholic Charities is honored to provide this valuable service to local renter households most financially impacted by COVID-19,” says Miriam Sammartino, Executive Director of Catholic Charities Yolo-Solano. “In the coming three weeks, Catholic Charities staff will be reaching out to services providers across all seven cities to provide an overview of the program and to ensure that each provider understands how to access the application materials so that their clients can be directly connected to the program application wherever they receive services locally.”

To qualify for the COVID-19 cash-assistance rental program, applicants must have a head of household over 18 years of age, be a Solano County resident as of January 1, 2020, have an income at or below 100 percent of Federal Poverty Guidelines and can demonstrate financial hardship and/or loss of income due to COVID-19, including a letter from their most recent employer, bank statements and verification of income. The total cash-assistance amount applicants will be eligible for toward their monthly rental costs may vary depending on need. Eligible participants may receive up to $4,000 in one-time rental assistance per household.

Applicants are asked to apply online at www.ccyoso.org or in person at Catholic Charities’ offices located at 125 Corporate Place, Suite A, in Vallejo, beginning September 21. All materials associated with the program will be made available in English, Spanish and Tagalog. The general application period will close on Monday, October 12, 2020 at 5 p.m.


Monday, August 31, 2020

Immediate Reopening of Solano Salons, Barbershops & Retail Allowed by State Under New Color-Coded Blueprint

The California Department of Public Health, by order of Gov. Gavin Newsom, has implemented the new “Blueprint for a Safer Economy;” assigning every California county to one of four tiers (by color), increasing or decreasing requirements on businesses based on COVID-19 activity.

Solano County is currently assigned to Tier 1 (purple), which is classified as Widespread COVID-19 activity. The primary changes to the State’s health orders for all Counties assigned to Tier 1 include:

  • Shopping Centers, including malls, destination centers and swap meets can re-open indoor operations at 25 percent capacity, but keep closed all common areas, including children’s play structures, gathering spots and food courts
  • All retail, excluding grocers, are limited to 25 percent capacity indoors (Please note: there are no changes to grocers)
  • Hair salons and barbershops may open indoor operations with modifications

The Solano County Department of Resource Management, Environmental Health division, and the Solano County Department of Health and Social Services, Public Health division, continues their outreach to local businesses, assisting them in implementing state-mandated social distancing best practices, including protecting employees, customers and the public, and limiting the spread of COVID-19 transmission.

“We must not forget that we are still operating in an emergency,” says Bela T. Matyas, M.D., M.P.H., Solano County’s Public Health Officer. “When businesses follow the State’s social distancing guidelines properly, 25 percent capacity is a reasonable expectation to help prevent the spread of the disease.”

The Blueprint for a Safer Economy (Blueprint) has four tiers, including Tier 1, Widespread; Tier 2, Substantial; Tier 3, Moderate; and Tier 4, Minimal. Depending on the tier, there may be limits placed on operations, including requirements preventing or limiting indoor service, the type of service, and the number of people allowed indoors at one time.




Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Sick Employees Can Return to Work Without COVID-19 Test After 10-day Isolation

As widespread community transmission of COVID-19 continues, the Solano County Health and Social Services Department, Public Health division, advises businesses and employers against requiring evidence of a negative COVID-19 test result for returning to work safely. Individuals who have been ill and isolating at home can end isolation 10 days after onset of symptoms, or 10 days after their testing date for those who do not have symptoms at all.

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Suisun City Fire Granted Advanced Life Support Accreditation

The Solano County Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Department granted the Suisun City Fire Department the accreditation necessary to deliver Advanced Life Support (ALS) services in Suisun City. Prior to today, Suisun City was the only municipality in Solano County not providing ALS care for its residents.

The Fire Department is staffed with at least one licensed paramedic fire personnel on-duty every day to ensure it can provide 24/7 ALS response services. The Fire Department carries state-of-the-art medical equipment on its apparatus, including Zoll Cardiac Monitors, digital laryngoscopes, electric IO drills, and many other tools, to ensure that responding paramedics can deliver excellent medical care to every patient.

“This is a historic day for the Suisun City Fire Department,” said Fire Chief Justin Vincent. “Suisun City Fire Department has a 159-year history of providing excellent customer service to the citizens and visitors of Suisun City.

“As the Fire Chief and a resident of Suisun City, I am dedicated to ensuring that our highly skilled fire department has the training, tools, and personnel to ensure that we strive to meet the needs and expectations of our community,” Chief Vincent said.

“I am pleased to announce that we have accomplished our strategic goal of elevating the level of healthcare we provide our community to Advanced Life Support, Paramedic,” Chief Vincent said. “With this designation for Suisun City Fire Department, every city in Solano County now has paramedic-level service provided by their respective municipal fire agency. Additionally, the residents of Suisun City will have better outcomes to their medical emergencies with our paramedic-level staff working side-by-side with Medic Ambulance to provide the highest quality care possible for our community.”

What is Advanced Life Support (ALS)

Advanced Life Support (ALS) is a set of enhanced life-saving protocols, enhanced scope of practice and elevated medical skillsets that extend beyond the Basic Life Support (BLS) previously provided by the Fire Department.

The ALS paramedic staff are able to provide urgent, advanced medical interventions and treatments during medical emergencies, such as cardiac arrests, strokes, overdoses, traumatic injuries, and other life-threatening conditions. Fire Department paramedics will be able to intubate, push lifesaving medications, start IV’s, perform ECG cardiac monitoring, identify strokes, and many other advanced medical interventions. Early ALS intervention by paramedics is a crucial part of the American Heart Association’s Chain of Survival. It is proven that with early access to ALS protocols, the survival rate of a cardiac arrest patients is increased.

The hard work and dedication of members of the Fire Department, the support received from the Suisun City Council and City Manager, and the vision set forth by the Suisun City Fire Department leadership team has made this designation possible.

“In early 2019, Council began to make a long overdue investment in our Fire Department to ensure the safety of residents in hopes they would experience the same quality of care as neighboring cities,” said Mayor Lori Wilson. “Reaching the milestone of providing ALS is not only demonstrative of this worthwhile endeavor, but also the hard work of the City Manager Greg Folsom, Chief Vincent, and the men and women of the Suisun City Fire Department.”

“We congratulate Suisun City FD on the implementation of their Paramedic program,” said Medic Ambulance President & COO Jim Pierson. “We cherish our long-standing relationship with Suisun City. Medic and Suisun City have continually collaborated to improve our community, by ensuring access to public AED Devices in city facilities and LUCAS automated CPR devices for our caregivers.

“Suisun FD and Medic provide exemplary medical services to Suisun City and Solano County residents and we celebrate with our partners on this historic day,” Pierson said.