January 18, 2022

Ice Skating at Harbor Plaza Stage

Post expires at 10:52 am on December 15, 2021

1st Menorah Lighting

Chabad Jewish Center of Solano County and the City of Suisun City presents 1st Menorah Lighting on the Suisun Waterfront at City Hall Thursday, December 2, 2021 at 5:00pm. This event is for the whole family rain or shine. Holiday foods will be served including hot latkes, donuts, and Chanukah cookies.

Post expires at 11:51 pm on December 4, 2021

On-Call Environmental Services

The City of Suisun City (“City”) is seeking qualified firms to submit qualifications and a written proposal for on-call environmental consulting services for development projects and entitlements, as well as other land use actions, including but not limited to:

• General Plan Amendments;
• Zone Changes;
• Zoning Code Amendments;
• Annexations;
• Tentative Subdivision Maps;
• Conditional Use Permits;
• Design Reviews;
• Specific Plans;
• Overlays;
• Other types of land use entitlements.

Consultant shall be qualified to prepare Environmental Impact Reports (EIR), Environmental Impact Statements (EIS), Negative Declarations (ND), Mitigated Negative Declarations (MND), technical studies, and other CEQA and NEPA documentation for proposed projects. The consultant/s will work collaboratively with, and manage the work of, the members of the environmental analysis team. Additionally, the consultant/s may be requested to present findings to the City Council, Planning Commission, and community.

IMPORTANT DATES:

RFQ/RFP ISSUEDNovember 19, 2021
REQUEST FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION DEADLINE: 5:00 P.M.December 2, 2021
RELEASE OF ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REQUESTED: 5:00 P.M.December 6, 2021
PROPOSAL DUE DATE/SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 5:00 P.M.December 14, 2021

Questions/requests for additional information shall be submitted to John Kearns, Senior Planner, jkearns@suisun.com.

The proposal shall be submitted to the following address:

Mr. John Kearns, Senior Planner
Development Services Department
701 Civic Center Boulevard
Suisun City, CA 94585

  Suisun City Environmental Consultant RFP191121 (471.9 KiB, 199 hits)

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  Resolution 2021-78 Good Neighbor Policy (233.9 KiB, 51 hits)

Post expires at 4:00 pm on December 14, 2021

CALL FOR ARTISTS: SUISUN CITY WINTER ART GALA

On Friday, December 3, 2021 the Suisun City Winter Art Gala event is happening at the Nelson Community Center, 611 Village Drive, Suisun City. This is a Call for all Artist interested in participating in displaying their art at the event.

The Recreation Department will provide you with a 10’ x 10’ area, along with a table and two chairs. You, as the artist, are responsible for any and all items needed to display your art in your 10’ x 10’ space allotted, and are responsible for taking the same items home with you. The Recreation Department holds no liability for items left behind.
On the day of the event, we will allow the artists to come in as early as 4:00 pm to set their booth up. If you anticipate needing more time than that, please reach out to kshrader@suisun.com to schedule an earlier entry.


In lieu of a registration fee, we ask that all artists applying for a space donate a piece of art to the auction which will directly benefit local public art programming. We ask that all donated pieces are appropriate for all genders and ages.

  Call for Artists Application (413.6 KiB, 134 hits)

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, 132 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

CALL FOR ARTISTS APPLICATION:

  Call for Artists Application (413.6 KiB, 134 hits)

Post expires at 4:02 pm on December 6, 2021

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

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Post expires at 7:27 am on November 11, 2021

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)