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The City of Reedley has transitioned to a new phone system that allows all City Offices to be reached by calling (559) 637-4200. This change may have resulted in some departments and staff being assigned new extension numbers. We anticipate this to be a smooth and seamless change, but should you experience difficulty in reaching city offices or city personnel by telephone, please let us know with an e-mail or in person so that we may assist you. Please visit out Contact Us page for complete address, e-mail and city extension number information. Thank you!
Consulting Services RFP Released - Farmland Preservation Program
The City of Reedley is soliciting proposals from qualified consulting firms to assist in formulating the City of Reedley Farmland Preservation Program. The intent of the process is to assess and evaluate existing programs utilized throughout the state, formulate a menu of options or alternatives for consideration and discussion, conduct a comprehensive public outreach campaign, and identify the preferred program for consideration by the Reedley Planning Commission and City Council. This effort is being funded through a Sustainable Agricultural Lands Conservation (SALC) Program grant with the State of California Department of Conservation; with project scope, deliverables and all project work expected to conform to the regulations of the SALC Program. A maximum of $55,000 has been budgeted for this activity. Download the RFP HERE.
Bunco at the Nest
Need a fun night out? Join the fun for BUNCO AT THE NEST. You will have fun AND give to the Reedley Senior Commission, Inc., a non-profit group that supports senior activities within the City of Reedley, as well as other worthy activities. If you've never played, Bunco is a social dice game involving 100% luck and no skill (there are no decisions to be made), scoring and a simple set of rules. Sign up today!!
Mark Your Calendars! - Fiscal Year 2019-2020 Upcoming Budget Dates
The City’s 2019-2020 Proposed Budget is available for viewing by clicking here. To print the 2019-20 Proposed Budget document, please click here.
Notice of treatment for the glassy winged sharp shooter
R-2 Multi-family Inspection Program Information Guide
Residential Occupancy Inspection Program R-2 (Multi-family Units) Information Guide
Champions for Change
Free nutrition classes at the Community Center, beginning March 6th. See details here.
2019 Reedley Town Halls (click here for flyer)
The City of Reedley is hosting a series of monthly Town Hall meetings from January through June, where City leaders will cover hot topics like Homeless in the Community, Economic Development, Gangs & Crime, How the City Works, Road Maintenance, and Water Issues. All meetings will be held at the Reedley Community Center, 100 N. East Avenue at 6:00 p.m. For more information, please call 559-637-4200 ext. 212. Hope to see you there!
2019 Leisure Guide
The newest edition of the City of Reedley’s LEISURE GUIDE is now available. Check out the recreational opportunities for all ages – from 3 year olds to Senior Citizens. In addition to this digital version, printed copies are available at the Reedley Community Center and at City Hall.
New Tip Lines for Crime Tips to Police Department
TIP LINE (English): (559) 356-8690
TIP LINE (Spanish): (559) 246-4183
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
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:
May – July City Newsletter
A quarterly newsletter with information about upcoming and ongoing projects and activities.
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.
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.
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.