May 7, 2021

“Wheels & Reels” Movie Night featuring Tom & Jerry

Drive-in and experience an outdoor movie night from the comfort and safety of your own vehicle! Come watch Tom & Jerry on a 33ft Inflatable Movie Screen. Pre-registration is required. Pricing is based on a single parking space for 1 carload of attendees. Cost is $20.00 per vehicle. Movie lot will open at 8:00pm. Movie will start 15 minutes after sunset (approximately 9:05pm)

Here’s the Details:

Time: Movie lot will open at 8:00pm. Movie will start 15 minutes after sunset (approximately 9:05pm)

Location: Heritage Park (611 Village Drive). Parking instructions and entrance location will be emailed to participants prior to movie.

Tickets: Tickets may only be purchased online at and will be verified through the vehicle window upon arrival. Each ticket is valid for ONE car and all passengers inside. The number of passengers must not exceed the number of safety belts or seats in your vehicle. Tickets are non-transferable. Refunds will not be granted.

Parking: Parking spots will be assigned on a first come, first parked basis. Parking attendants will direct each vehicle to a parking space upon arrival. Large SUV’s, trucks and hatchbacks that extend beyond the roof will be parked on the sides or back section of the parking lot as to not obstruct the view of other attendees. RV’s, buses and campers are NOT allowed.

Viewing: The movie will be displayed on a 33’ inflatable screen. The move audio will be broadcasted through a professional grade FM transmitter (radio). Attendees may use their vehicle radio or a battery-operated stereo with speakers to listen to the movie.

Notice of Intent to Adopt a Mitigated Negative Declaration for the Blossom Apartments

The City has released a Notice of Intent to Adopt a Mitigated Negative Declaration for the Blossom Apartments proposed at the southeast corner of Railroad Avenue and Blossom Avenue. The documents can be found at the bottom of the Development Services Department-Planning Division webpage The public review period closes at the close of business May 20, 2021 and the Planning Commission public hearing is scheduled for May 25, 2021 at 6:30PM. Comments are to be directed to John Kearns, Senior Planner or (707) 421-7335.

Post expires at 12:00 am on May 26, 2021

Highway 12 Logistics Project

The applicant, Buzz Oates Construction, Inc., is proposing to annex and pre-zone 129 acres of the approximately 482-acre project site into the City of Suisun City and develop 1.28 million square feet of warehouse and logistics uses on approximately 93 acres (referred to as the “development area”). The remaining 36 acres of the 129-acre annexation area would be in managed open space. The 353 acres of the 482-acre project site not proposed for annexation is outside the City’s Sphere of Influence (SOI), is not proposed for any SOI change or annexation, and would remain in managed open space within the unincorporated County. In total, 389 acres would be proposed for managed open space for environmental mitigation and conservation purposes – 36 acres in the proposed annexation area and 353 acres that would remain in the unincorporated County.

The project will require an amendment to the City’s General Plan Land Use Diagram so that the proposed development and conservation areas are consistent with the General Plan’s land use designations.

Please provide your written comments before Monday, May 3, 2021. Comments, along with the name and contact information of the appropriate person in your organization, should be addressed to:

John Kearns, Senior Planner City of Suisun City
701 Civic Center Boulevard Suisun City, CA 94585 Phone: (707) 421-7337

  Final NOP Hwy 12 Logistics (2.2 MiB, 241 hits)

Post expires at 12:00 am on May 4, 2021

Suisun City Youth Roundtable

Mayor Lori Wilson is announcing the creation of the Suisun City Mayor’s Youth Roundtable (MYR). The MYR is being created to engage youth at all levels in city governance and provide advice to the City Council on issues impacting youth. The application period will be from 9am Monday, March 22nd to 5pm on Friday, April 16th. Applications are available at or by emailing

Here is the full press release and application:

  Suisun City Youth Roundtable (117.4 KiB, 140 hits)

  Suisun City MYR Application (78.0 KiB, 118 hits)

Post expires at 12:00 pm on May 15, 2021

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.


Napa/Solano Area Agency on Aging is providing one-time emergency aid to Seniors 60+ who face hardship resulting from the economic impact of COVID-19.

For more information click here:

  NSAAA Flier (128.2 KiB, 172 hits)


Interested in volunteering? Consider volunteering as part of the new Adopt-a-Street Program. This is a volunteer run Program sponsored by the City. The Program is open to individuals, families, and groups. For more details or to sign-up click here. For questions please contact the Program Managers –

Find out more here:

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.

Solano County to implement state-mandated regional stay-at-home order starting Thursday evening


December 16, 2020

News Contact:

Solano County Public Health Public Information Team

Send questions / requests for interviews to


Bela T. Matyas, M.D., M.P.H., Public Health Officer is available
this afternoon, December 16 from 3 – 4 p.m. for questions / interviews

Solano County to implement state-mandated regional stay-at-home order starting Thursday evening

SOLANO COUNTY –– Starting Thursday, December 17, 2020 at 11:59 p.m., Solano County will implement the state’s mandated regional stay-at-home order, a protective measure to limit the spread of COVID-19 disease and support the most vulnerable community members and hospital frontline workers. 

The State’s regional stay-at-home order, originally issued on December 3, 2020, identifies five regions statewide, and requires closure of all sectors, except for retail and essential services, in any region when the regional Intensive Care Unit (ICU) capacity of hospitals falls below 15 percent.  The purpose of the state’s order is to address the increasing transmission among non-household members and further prevent our healthcare system from being overwhelmed.  The requirements of the state’s order supersede local Health Officer orders within any region when there is less than 15 percent ICU capacity. 

“Solano County is experiencing high levels of transmission of COVID-19 at an alarming rate, and our hospitalizations are rising, both of which are indicators that ICU impacts are a given now, not just locally but regionally,” said Bela T. Matyas, M.D., M.P.H., Solano County Health Officer. “This time of year poses a special challenge in preventing transmission of COVID-19.  While we may want to gather and celebrate with family and friends, such gatherings can cause spread of this devastating virus to our family and friends, effecting our loved ones and the community.  Getting out of this situation will depend on everybody to take serious actions to reduce the spread in our community – stay home as much as possible, leave only for essential activities, don’t gather outside of your household, use a face covering in public settings always, and maintain 6 ft physical distancing from others everywhere outside of your household. Help keep yourself and others safe.”

Tracking of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in the Bay Area Region by Solano County Public Health shows that COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations are surging with several hundred new COVID-19 cases confirmed daily and ICU capacity declining across the Bay Area Region. The order is expected to remain in place for at least three weeks before re-evaluation by the State.

Pursuant to the Regional Stay at Home Order the following sectors are required to close or remain closed for all operations, including:

  • Indoor playgrounds
  • Indoor recreational facilities
  • Hair salons and barbershops
  • Personal care services
  • Museums, zoos, and aquariums
  • Movie theaters
  • Wineries
  • Bars, breweries, and distilleries
  • Family entertainment centers
  • Cardrooms and satellite wagering
  • Limited services as defined by the State
  • Live audience sports
  • Amusement parks

The following sectors have additional modifications, in addition to 100 percent masking and physical distancing, including:

  • Outdoor recreational facilities: Allow outdoor operation only without any food, drink, or alcohol sales. Additionally, overnight stays for recreational visits at campgrounds will not be permitted.
  • Retail: Allow indoor operation at 20% capacity with entrance metering and no eating or drinking in the stores. Additionally, special hours should be instituted for seniors and others with chronic conditions or compromised immune systems.
  • Shopping centers: Allow indoor operation at 20% capacity with entrance metering and no eating or drinking in the stores and all common areas closed. Additionally, special hours should be instituted for seniors and others with chronic conditions or compromised immune systems.
  • Hotels and lodging: Allow to open for critical infrastructure support only.
  • Restaurants: Allow only for take-out, pick-up, or delivery.
  • Offices: Allow remote only except for critical infrastructure sectors where remote working is not possible.
  • Places of worship and political expression: Allow outdoor services only.

The following sectors can remain open with appropriate infectious disease preventive measures, including 100% masking and physical distancing, including:

  • Critical infrastructure
  • Non-urgent medical and dental care
  • Outdoor playgrounds
  • Childcare

Help stop the spread of germs by practicing good hand washing and health habits, including:

  • Wash your hands often and thoroughly with soap and warm water
  • Cover your coughs and sneezes
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth
  • Stay home when you are sick and keep your children home when they are sick
  • Wear a face covering and maintain at least a six-foot distance from others in public settings


For more information about COVID-19 in Solano County contact our warmline at 707-784-8988.

For more information about the State’s Stay Home Order, visit  For the most recent local COVID-19 health information, including the number of COVID-19 cases in Solano County, visit the Solano County website at Facebook at (@SolanoCountyPH).

Suisun City Partners with Solano Energy Watch, PG&E, and ENGIE to Amplify Energy Savings

Suisun City was awarded $84,617 in energy rebates as part of an integrated partnership with Solano Energy Watch, Solano Economic Development Corporation, PG&E, and energy services company ENGIE (Oakland, CA). A virtual celebratory check presentation will be held for the City at the beginning of the November 17, 2020 City Council meeting.

The rebate check, more than four times larger than originally anticipated based on the City’s comprehensive energy program across sites, was awarded for the City’s implementation of a far-reaching energy upgrade focused on enhancing facility performance, building resiliency and improving reliability of existing services through implementing sustainability measures.

Here is the full press release

  Press_Release_Rebate_11.19.2020.pdf (205.7 KiB, 247 hits)