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New tip lines for crime tips to police department

In an effort to strengthen community partnerships and enhance public trust, the Reedley Police Department has implemented two new "TIP Line" numbers for the public to call in tips or specific information regarding criminal activity. These types of calls could be related to ongoing drug activity, gang activity, other criminal related conduct or "quality of life" issues that the public would like to report. These "tips" can now be called in telephonically through two separate phone numbers, one for English speaking citizens and one for Spanish speaking citizens. Please click the links below for more information. Spanish

RABOBANK FIESTA WALK RUN

The Rabobank Fiesta Walk Run is a Valley Runner of the Year Series 20 point race for the 5 mile run. Due to this classification, we should see runners from all around the valley participating. In addition to the highly competitive series race, we also have categories for runners as young as 2 who can compete in the 1/8 mile run. There are also the ¼ mile and ½ mile for kids. Older children and adults can compete in the 2 and 5 mile walks and runs. Both competitive and non-competitive entries are available. Awards are given to each gender, age group and race. All races start and end in the downtown area. Come early for the race and stay for the Fiesta Parade and events in the park afterward.
Race typically held 2nd Saturday in October
Races start at 6:55 am
A professional photographer will take pictures. When you find yours on his site, download it for free. All kids races are only $6.00; Adults are $23 (postmarked by Sept. 22); $28 (afterward) A race shirt is provided to all pre-registered runners; late registration shirts until supplies last.Register at: https://runsignup.com/Race/CA/Reedley/RabobankFiestaWalkRun

Sustainable Aviation Project

The Cities of Reedley and Mendota have partnered and recently been awarded a $1,071,348 grant from the Fresno County Transportation Authority for the purchase of four (4) electric trainer aircraft, and utilizing partnering organizations, provide flight training cost assistance for low income veterans, students and others from disadvantaged communities to demonstrate the feasibility of advanced electrified aviation technology to reduce traffic congestion, energy consumption and air emissions resulting from less vehicular traffic and less surface street congestion; and improve mobility in more densely developed areas by providing convenient and direct transit service. This is a groundbreaking project for the communities of Reedley and Mendota to be a part of, and there is exciting news coming as the program takes shape. Please stay up to date with the project website/blog here:
www.sustainableaviationproject.com

Lions Cub Community Dog Park

Thanks to a generous donation from Reedley Lions Club, the new dog park is now open in Mueller Park, directly behind the basketball court. Bring your dog for a run or to socialize with other dogs.

The following locations will provide public cooling centers when temperatures exceed 100 degrees


Sierra View Homes Retirement Community
1155 E. Springfield Ave.
10:00AM - 9:00PM
Light refreshments available

Palm Village Retirement Community
701 W Herbert Ave.
10:00AM - 8:00PM
Light refreshments available

August City Newsletter
A quarterly newsletter with information about upcoming and ongoing projects and activities.


New Roundabout at Reed & North Avenue

Construction of the single-lane roundabout at Reed and North Avenue is now complete. This marks the second roundabout in the city. Roundabouts reduce traffic congestion and maximize safety for drivers, pedestrians and cyclists because of the slower speeds and fewer points of impact; which have been proven to reduce serious and fatal collisions by up to 80%. In addition, roundabouts reduce delays because drivers are prompted to yield rather than stop at a red light, which allows roundabouts to handle a higher traffic volume for the same number of lanes. Though roundabouts are new for many drivers, they are becoming more commonplace in the Central Valley. Therefore, it is important for the residents and visitors of Reedley to know the basics. You can find helpful videos of roundabout basics and navigation by clicking here and here. Also, you can find a helpful diagram by clicking here

2016 Annual Report to the Community
The Reedley City Council and leadership staff are pleased to present our annual report to the community. This report is designed to give you, our valued community member, a snapshot of the ongoing operational data, 2016 achievements, and upcoming 2017 goals for the City of Reedley.

Newly Adopted Urban Water Management Plan


Organics NewsRelease
New State Mandate 1826

Year Round Aquatics Opportunities

Enjoy Lap Swim and Water Aerobics year round. Check us out on our Aquatics Page. Lap passes must be purchased in advance at the Reedley Community Center. Water Aerobics monthly fee must be paid at the Reedley Community Center. Space is limited.
Reedley Theatre
The City of Reedley and River City Theatre Company are working together to bring theater to those who may not otherwise have an opportunity to enjoy this experience. For every show offered by RCTC a group will be selected to attend. Many of your questions will be answered in the Dress Rehearsal Guidelines. Applications are required for consideration.
Here's the Dress Rehearsal Guidelines.
Here's the Dress Rehearsal Application.

Residential Toilet Rebate Program
Click here to download or print the application.


Reedley Night Out
Click here for more information.



Solar Facility Monitoring Links
The City of Reedley has partnered with Pacific Power Renewables, Inc. to install solar arrays at City facilities to reduce ongoing utility costs. The links below show real time and historical power generation at specific sites.





Employee & Staff Links
These links are for employee time logins and employee webmail.