November 22, 2019

Adopt-a-Family 2019

Support local families this holiday season by joining the Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District Adopt-a-Family program.

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The Winter/Spring 2019-20 Playbook is Here!

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

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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

Boo! Please Recycle!

The volume of discarded plastic beverage containers is SCARY! It takes 450 years (best case) for plastic bottles to decompose in a landfill. Please recycle!

Public Works Crews Managing Windy Aftermath

Public Works staff discussing yesterday’s events and prioritizing the clean up work for today. City crews will be out today removing trees and cleaning up debris. Please drive safely, watch for maintenance workers and slow for the cone zone. You can report any concerns to pwm@suisun.com or call 707-421-7340.

North Basin Waterfront Parking Lot Gets New Storm Drains

In case you were wondering what was happening down in the north basin waterfront parking lot. The city’s Streets Crew has been installing new storm drains to alleviate the puddling areas in the parking lot during the rainy season.

Boat Ramp Parking Lot Storm Drain

Streets Crew successfully installed a new storm drain inlet in the boat ramp parking lot at the end of Kellogg St. This will alleviate the puddling and allow drivers to safely enter and exit the area.

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Traffic Safety During Power Outages

During power outages, it is very typical that traffic signals will become inoperable. When a driver approaches an intersection with traffic light blackout, State law requires the driver to treat the intersection the same as a four-way stop.

Suisun City Police Chief Aaron Roth reminds all drivers that “if all traffic signal lights are not working because of an electrical power failure, you must stop at the intersection and then proceed when you know other turning and approaching vehicles, bicycles, or pedestrians have stopped. A blacked-out traffic signal works the same as a four-way stop intersection.”

Please plan ahead for possible power outages, and take extra care while driving to reach your destination safely, taking extra care to watch for pedestrians and bicyclists.

Christmas on the Waterfront Event Seeking Vendors

The Recreation, Parks, and Marina Department is now accepting applications from craft, retail, and food vendors for the Christmas on the Waterfront holiday event.

The application and complete details can be found at the link below:

  Christmas on the Waterfront Food Vendor (267.5 KiB, 150 hits)

  Christmas on the Waterfront Retail Vendor (265.3 KiB, 215 hits)

Parking and Paving Ordinance

The proposed Parking and Paving Ordinance was discussed at the Planning Commission on Tuesday, September 24th.  The Planning Commission made some modifications (in redline) and made a recommendation that the City Council approved the proposed ordinance.  The City Council would like to receive additional comments from the community and the proposed ordinance will be back to the City Council in the winter

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