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Announcements:

City Hall Holiday Schedule

Beginning on Friday, December 22, 2017, and continuing through Monday, January 1, 2018, City Hall will be closed to the Public in observance of the holidays. City Hall will re-open to the Public during regular business hours on Tuesday, January 2, 2018.

 

City of Chico's Million Watt Challenge:

The City of Chico is challenging the community to join us in saving energy! The Million Watt Challenge is a community effort to reduce energy consumption by installing one million watts worth of energy-efficient LED lighting. Saving energy benefits everybody - using less power means a lower electric bill, lower carbon footprint, and cleaner air. Show us what actions you’ve taken to conserve energy by taking our survey, and get entered to win a GE Energy Star washing machine and other exciting prizes donated by our generous sponsors! Visit the Million Watt Challenge website to get started.

 

Big Chico and Little Chico Creek Watersheds Storm Water Resource Plan

The City of Chico is pleased to announce the development of a partially grant-funded Storm Water Resources Plan (SWRP) for the Big Chico Creek and Little Chico Creek Watersheds. The purpose of the SWRP is to protect storm water quality by reducing pollutants and trash and to improve the use of storm water as a resource by “expediting” multi-benefit projects that can best meet the identified priorities for a watershed. Qualifying projects will provide benefits to water quality, water supply, flood management, the environment, public education, and jobs. Please visit the web page for more information. The next Stakeholder/Public Outreach Meeting will be held on 11/29/17 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers at 421 Main Street.