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From the Fire District...

 

The Fire District produces a wonderful newsletter each month packed with information about activities, statistics, training and general items of interest.

Check out the April 2013 edition.


State of the city

Community Wide Yard Sale
 
The City is helping promote a Community Wide Yard Sale the weekend of May 31 - June 2.
 
You can choose which days you'd like to participate as well as the hours you want to be open. We'll handle the advertising! This is a great opportunity to get rid of unwanted items helping to keep the City tidy and encourage recycling all at the same time. More information and a sign-up sheet available here. 

South Broadway Project Resumes

 

Progress on the 

South Broadway Improvement Project has been sporadic since the project kicked off in January. Here's a complete update on the project from Public Works.

Wetlands Walk & Bird Viewing

 

Please meet us at 

the corner of Wetlands Edge/Eucalyptus Road on Saturday, May 11th at 9 am to see what the birds are doing this spring. 

 

Members of the Napa-Solano Audubon Society will have their wisdom and spotting scopes available to share. Sponsored by the American Canyon Trail Ambassador Program.

See something we should know about? A pothole, landscaping issue, a streetlight out, graffiti, etc.... Tell us by clicking on the truck! 

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May 3, 2013
Greetings!  

 

We know American Canyon is a special community and one reason can certainly be attributed to all of our incredible volunteers.  I'd like to once again congratulate our 2013 Gateway Award winner, Beth Marcus.  The Community Recognition Ball was held last weekend and was a wonderful and very successful evening. For a complete list of award winners and pictures please click here.

 

 

I'd also like to announce that on May 11th, at the Healthy People - Healthy Planet Faire, we will be kicking off an extremely exciting undertaking.  Over the next several months we will be conducting the City's first-ever Community Visioning process.  This is a very important step to shaping our future.  We are hoping to get input from EVERYONE - residents and stakeholders alike on how we see the City's identity and focus and how we'd like to see that evolve over the next five - ten years.  We will be seeking input from the community in a variety of ways including focus groups, surveys, community events, etc.  

 

Stay Tuned!

 

Dana

Be a Part of Library History!

 

The American Canyon Library will be hosting a Time Capsule Ceremony on Tuesday, May 7th, 4 pm.  
The time capsule, containing items pertinent to the City and County as well as letters to future American Canyon students will be sealed and "buried" in a 
special vault installed during construction of the library. Contact the library at 259-8391 with questions.  
Hope to see you there!

National Public Works Week is May 19-25 

 

"Because of Public Works..." is the theme for this year's National Public Works Week.  For one week every year communities around the world celebrate the quality of life made possible by public works. The City Council will be recognizing our public works professionals at their next meeting on May 7th.  

PW Week 2013

 

"Because of Public Works..." we have clean water, safe streets and neighborhoods, efficient traffic, and a community we can all be proud of. 

 

We salute the 42 hard-working members of our Public Works team.

"Cash for Grass" Program
 
The Blue Ribbon Committee on Water Resources (BRC), an ad hoc City Council committee, is recommending adoption of a Water-Efficient Landscaping Rebate Program that will provide an incentive for residents and businesses to replace thirsty lawns with low-water-use landscaping.  The "Cash for Grass" program will be on the agenda for the City Council meeting on May 7th. Click here for more info.

ACPD has two new sergeants!!!

 

Sgt. Craig Nickles has returned to us after spending a few years supervising the Sheriff's "Problem Oriented Policing Program". Sgt. Oscar Ortiz is a long time Sheriff's Department veteran who recently supervised the Napa Special Investigations Bureau.  They replace Sgt. Joel Wilson and Sgt. Chris Perry who returned to the Sheriff's Office.
Sgt. Craig Nickles
Sgt. Nickles

 

 

Sgt. Oscar Ortiz
Sgt. Ortiz
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Parks & Recreation News
contact us at (707) 648-7275

Healthy People - Healthy Planet

 

The City of American Canyon and its partners, Napa Valley Community College, American Canyon Family Resource Center, Matt Stewart of New York Life Insurance, and American Canyon Troop Support, are teaming together to bring you the Healthy-People Healthy-Planet Health Faire on Saturday, May 11th from 10 am - 2 pm at the Community Center Gym, 100 Benton Way.

 

The event will include more than 40 booths to provide you with information about affordable health care, recycling, youth and adult fitness, health screenings, and more. There will be a variety of children's games & activities, special demonstrations, raffle drawings, and great food!

  

Open Swim is BACK FOR SUMMER!!!

 

The Phillip West Aquatics Center will begin weekend open swim this weekend.  This is a great family friendly opportunity to beat the heat.  Non-swimmers under 4 feet tall must be accompanied by a responsible person age 16 or older. Here are all the details.

 

Summer Activity Guide Coming Next Week

 

The Summer Activity Guide will be dropped in the mail and sent to American Canyon residents next week. 

 

Registration for the summer program season will begin Monday, May 20th at 8:30 am. There are new activities in the guide including summer open swim passes, special swim lessons just for children in the Canyon Kids Camp, and an all-summer long swim lesson program called Summer Swim Academy. 

 

Also new this year, summer swim lesson registration will be broken into two periods; the first two sessions will be registered first, and the next two sessions a month later.  This should provide the opportunity for more families to enjoy the swim lesson experience.  

 

Here are some registration tips.

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