September 27, 2021

CA COVID-19 Rent and Utilities Assistance Program

The State of California has increased funding for income-eligible renters and their landlords who have been impacted by COVID-19 to cover 100% of unpaid and future rent or utilities. This increase in rental assistance payments to 100% of unpaid rent will help make landlords whole and keep tenants housed. You can verify your eligibility for the CA COVID-19 Rent Relief program and apply immediately by visiting, or by calling 833-430-2122. Additionally, if you are an applicant who has already received funding through the program, you will be compensated the difference to receive 100% coverage – there is no need to re-apply!

Here are the full details:

  CA COVID-19 Newsletter Apply Now 06/28/21 (145.9 KiB, 39 hits)

  CA COVID-19 Rent Relief Flyer 08/18/21 (268.3 KiB, 41 hits)

Train Depot RFP

The City is accepting proposals from potential sustainable food/beverage or similar service businesses for the Suisun City Train Depot located at 177 Main Street Suisun City, CA. Any questions are to be directed to John Kearns, Senior Planner. He may be reached at or (707) 421-7337. Proposals will be accepted until 5PM on Tuesday October 5, 2021.

Post expires at 12:00 am on October 6, 2021

Suisun City Lawler Residence and Lawler Plaza Ground Breaking Ceremony

Suisun City celebrated the beginning of construction of the new Lawler Residence and Lawler Plaza with a ground breaking ceremony at the site located at 1120 McCoy Creek Way. Lawler Residence will be a 75-unit luxury apartment building with all the most desired amenities. Lawler Plaza will be a 7,200 s.f. commercial space that will be adjacent to the new apartments. Mayor Lori Wilson, Vice Mayor Alma Hernandez, Councilmember Wanda Williams, city staff, and other dignitaries were on hand to celebrate this significant milestone. Construction is estimated to take around fifteen months.

Mayor Wilson stated, “I am so proud that yet another new project is breaking ground this summer in Suisun City. This project will be a shining jewel in our crown as we will be able to offer one of the nicest new luxury apartment buildings in the Bay Area, along with much needed new commercial space. A project like this lifts the status of our entire city and we can’t wait for the grand opening of this project and other projects we are working on!”

City Manager Greg Folsom added, “Today’s ground breaking for this great project is yet another milestone in the progress in Suisun City. Many more projects are in the pipeline and we are excited about more ground breakings and grand openings in the future as we continue to move Suisun City forward.”

Here is the press release:

  Press Release Ground Breaking Lawler Plaza (242.1 KiB, 197 hits)

Cruisin’ Suisun Car Show & Cruise

Welcome to the First Annual Cruisin’ Suisun Car Show & Cruise. The weekend will kick off with a Friday night cruise followed by a car show Saturday, October 9, 2021 at the Suisun City Waterfront.

Car Cruise – Friday, October 8, 2021 5:50pm -Downtown Suisun

Car Show – Saturday, October 9, 2021 9:00am – 2:00pm Suisun City Waterfront

Classes:  •Stock Muscle Car (pre 1974) •Trucks •In Progress •Modified Muscle Car •Lowrider •Best in Show •Custom Hot Rod •4-Wheel Drive •Mayors Choice

Car Cruise: Friday, October 8, 2021

Come cruise Downtown Suisun City in your classic car! FREE! Register for Car Cruise at You do not need to register for the Car Show to participate.

5:00pm Staging/5:50pm Cruise Begins

Staging location: Main Street Waterfront Parking Lot- Downtown Suisun City

Note: If you registered for the car show – you can pick up your registration packet at the cruise staging!

Car Show: Saturday, October 9, 2021

Participant Check-in Time: 7:00 am to 9:00 am

Show Location: Main Street Waterfront Parking Lot; Solano Street; Kellogg Street

Show Time/Open to the Public: 9:00 am – 2:00 pm

Award Presentation: 1:00 pm at Harbor Plaza Stage

Pre-Registration Cost:            $25.00 per vehicle Pre-RegistrationDeadline: October 5th

Day of Event Registration:     $40.00 per vehicle Subject to space availability

Registration: Register online at If not using our on-line method of registration, complete this form and mail it to Suisun City RPM, 611 Village Drive, Suisun City, CA 94585.

  Cruisun' Suisun Registration Form (375.9 KiB, 157 hits)

Confirmation: Approximately one week before the event your registration confirmation and directions for entry into the car show will be emailed to you.

For questions, please call (707) 421-7201 or email

Vendor Information

The Cruisun’ Suisun Car Show is still accepting vendor applications. To secure a vendor spot, please submit your applications ASAP. Applications can be mailed or delivered to the Joseph Nelson Center, 611 Village Drive.

  Retail Vendor Application- Car Show (154.8 KiB, 46 hits)

  Food_Vendor_Application.pdf (157.8 KiB, 45 hits)

Post expires at 12:22 pm on October 10, 2021

Main Street West DDA Request for Proposals

The Successor Agency of the Redevelopment Agency of the City of Suisun City (Successor Agency) and the Suisun City Housing Authority (Housing Authority), seeking development Proposals (Proposals) from Qualified Successor Developers (Developers) for the opportunity to purchase and develop properties owned by the Successor Agency and Housing Authority. Successor Agency and Housing Authority may be referred to, collectively, as City. Developers may submit Proposals for one or more of the properties. City may accept one or more Proposals from one or more Developers. A Request for Proposals (RFP) document has been prepared and contains details on the process as well as any timelines for submittals.

More information can be found here.

Suisun City Grand Openings

Suisun City welcomed two new businesses into town over the weekend, with grand opening celebrations at Stiiizy and Beyond Tea. Stiiizy, located at 521 Railroad Avenue, is the first cannabis dispensary in Suisun City and started the weekend off with a ribbon cutting by Mayor Lori Wilson in front of a line of people waiting to get in when the doors opened at 9 am on Saturday morning. One couple actually arrived at 3 am and drove from Antioch to be first in line.

The second grand opening event took place at Beyond Tea in the Marina Shopping Center on Sunday afternoon. Mayor Wilson once again had the honor of greeting customers and cutting the ribbon. Beyond Tea offers milk tea and is planning a variety of complementary food and beverage items in the future.

The recently completed Holiday Inn Express in downtown Suisun City had a long awaited grand opening event the previous weekend with a standing room only crowd on hand to congratulate developer Camran Nojoomi on the successful completion and opening of the newest hotel in Solano County.

In addition to Mayor Wilson, other Council members, past and present Planning Commissioners, city staff, Fairfield-Suisun Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors, and other dignitaries attended these events.

Mayor Lori Wilson stated, “This is an exciting time to be Mayor of Suisun City. Counting the Holiday Inn Express that officially opened a week ago, this is the third grand opening event in Suisun City in the last ten days. I love the passion and energy and excitement of these grand opening events and I hope we can continue to push our city forward economically by welcoming new businesses such as these to Suisun City. Please support our local businesses and show that Suisun City is a great place to do business!”

Here is the full press release:

  Press Release Grand Openings 8.9.2021 (726.9 KiB, 159 hits)

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 for any questions. Please see the attached fliers for specific information on each after school program.  Registration will be open online at !

Post expires at 3:50 pm on October 30, 2021

Suisun City Monthly Survey

Last month began a monthly community engagement mini-survey asking about street sweeping schedules. Based on the results of that survey it was evident that residents are not well informed about the street sweeping schedule in their area, so City staff will be looking at ways to better inform our residents so that we can have cleaner overall streets.

This month’s survey will be about art in public places. For the next few weeks we will be asking residents to complete a very short survey regarding their thoughts on public art. Future mini-surveys will center around other quality of life issues where the Suisun City Council may be able to make better informed, data-driven decisions to improve the quality of life in Suisun City.

Mayor Lori Wilson stated, “As a strong believer in the value of art in public spaces, I am very excited about this particular survey! I hope everyone takes about 2 minutes out of their schedule to respond and help build a better community. The topic of a public art fee will be coming to Council soon and this will help us gauge the community’s interest.”

The link to the survey is available here: Suisun City Monthly Survey

Here is the full press release:

  Press Release Mini-Survey Announcement (120.5 KiB, 174 hits)

Suisun City Hall Mask Policy

On June 17, 2021, CalOSHA voted to adopt revised Emergency Temporary Standards regarding employee safety against COVID-19. After CalOSHA voted to adopt the revisions, Governor Newsom signed Executive Order N-09-21 to allow the revisions to take effect without the normal 10-day review period. Accordingly, the following standards will be in effect for visitors to Suisun City Hall or to any public meeting at Suisun City Hall starting on Tuesday, June 22

  • Visitors/public members who are fully vaccinated and without any COVID-19 symptoms are no longer required to wear masks indoors at City Hall or in the Council Chambers.
  • Non-fully vaccinated individuals are still required to wear masks while indoors at City Hall or in the Council Chambers.

Here is the full press release:

  Suisun City Hall Mask Policy (125.1 KiB, 145 hits)

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

Missed the meeting? No worries. Check it out: