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An emergency regulation to increase conservation practices for all Californians will go into effect shortly. The new conservation regulation targets outdoor urban water use. In some areas of the State, 50 percent or more of daily water use is for lawns and outdoor landscaping. This regulation establishes the minimum level of activity that residents, businesses and water suppliers must meet as the drought deepens and will be in effect for 270 days unless extended or repealed.
Reedley College will be offering the following classes for the spring 2015 semester at the Dinuba Vocational Center.
For more information, or to register, you can contact Reedley College at (559) 638-3641, or go to the college at 995 N. Reed Ave., Reedley or www.reedleycollege.edu.
BA-10 Introduction to Business
Please be advised that effective January 2, 2015 The DART fixed-route fare will be adjusted to $0.75.
This modification applies to the North and South routes but NOT to the Jolley Trolley or the Dinuba Connection.
Se les avisa que a partir del 2 de Enero 2015, La tarifa de DART de la ruta fija sera ajustada a $0.75.
Esta modificaci6n se aplicara a las rutas Norte y Sur, pero NO al Jolley Trolley o la ruta
(559) 591-DART (3278)
The Dinuba Police Department was recognized at the Law Enforcement Recognition and Training Seminar on Wednesday, October 22, 2014 for their participation and enforcement efforts with the DUI AVOID Campaign. Officer Francisco Ceballos and Officer Miguel Lopez were both recognized for their proactive enforcement efforts in reducing drunk driving within the City of Dinuba, making our community safer place.
Pictured: Officer Miguel Lopez and Officer Francisco Ceballos
City Hall will be closed Tuesday, November 11th in observance of Veterans Day and Thursday and Friday November 27th & 28th for the Thanksgiving holiday.
There will be no delay in disposal service for Veterans Day November 11th and one day disposal delay for the Thanksgiving holiday November 27th & 28th
For more information conatct City Hall: (559) 591-5900
Our number one priority is devoting all available resources to pursuing justice for Eli and his family.
As a father myself, I am horrified by this senseless crime.
I met with Eli’s family last night and shared the investigative steps that we are taking, which includes bringing in additional resources from outside agencies. The Coroner’s Office has promised to make analyzing toxicology and lab reports for this case its top priority. Likewise, the Department of Justice has made processing evidence from the vehicle used in this crime its top priority as well. Our detectives and other police personnel have been working around the clock, continuing to interview witnesses and gather additional evidence.
It is not a matter of whether a crime was committed in this case. It is a matter of gathering and analyzing all of the evidence to determine what crimes may have been committed. By law, we are required to release juvenile suspects after holding them for 48 hours if they have not yet been charged with a crime.
I understand and share the community’s frustration and outrage over Eli’s tragic death. We are working hard to complete the investigation as quickly as possible.
I intend to keep Eli’s family and the community informed during the investigation.
It is with great sadness the City of Dinuba announces the passing of City Manager, Elizabeth Nunes, 51, on October 12, 2014, due to cancer. Beth worked for the City of Dinuba for 15 years. Beth was appointed to the position of City Manager on December 31, 2013. Our heartfelt sympathies go to Beth’s husband, Joel, sons Kevin and Mark, and her many loved ones. Beth will be deeply missed.
1:00 – 3:00 Viewing Miller’s Funeral Home Tulare
5:00 Short service/Rosary St. Aloysius Tulare
10:30 Funeral St. Aloysius Tulare
Burial Tulare Public Cemetery on Kern
Drought conditions and the economy are causing hardship for many Valley families. I want to let folks know that there is temporary help available through the Drought Food Assistance (DFAP) for families that live in a household where drought conditions have caused underemployment or unemployment.
The City of Dinuba is committed to promoting health and safety while also improving the quality of life of its residents. The construction of adequate pedestrian facilities (i.e. sidewalks, curbs and gutters) is one way of working towards that goal. With that in mind, the City Council has directed that the Sidewalk Improvement Program be reinstated effective fiscal year 2013-14. A one-time allocation of $50,000 will be deposited into a revolving fund that will be disbursed pursuant to the guidelines established below.
(Chicago)--The Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting has been awarded to City of Dinuba by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) for its comprehensive annual financial report (CAFR). The Certificate of Achievement is the highest form of recognition in the area of governmental accounting and financial reporting, and its attainment represents a significant accomplishment by a government and its management.
An Award of Financial Reporting Achievement has been awarded to the individual(s), department or agency designated by the government as primarily responsible for preparing the award-winning CAFR. This has been presented to: Finance Department, City of Dinuba The CAFR has been judged by an impartial panel to meet the high standards of the program including demonstrating a constructive "spirit of full disclosure" to clearly communicate its financial story and motivate potential users and user groups to read the CAFR.
The GFOA is a nonprofit professional association serving approximately 17,500 government finance professionals with offices in Chicago, IL, and Washington, D.C.
Water is California's most precious natural resource. How we manage it today will affect nearly every aspect of our future.
When our state enjoys a year of abundant rain and our reservoirs are full, it is easy to think that our water supply is endless. But in California, the next drought may be just around the corner. After three consecutive dry years, California is now experiencing a serious drought. We simply cannot afford to waste any water.
No meetings scheduled at this time.
The Dinuba Police Department working in partnership with the Tulare County Sheriff’s department is proud to endorse Project Lifesaver. Project Lifesaver is a rapid response program that provides safety for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease, Down syndrome, Autism and similar disorders which cause wandering and disorientation. Dinuba residents who are enrolled in the operation Lifesaver program wear a personalized wristband that emits a tracking signal. Once the police department is notified that a person is missing, Operation lifesaver deploys specially trained personnel with a reliable tracking system to quickly locate and return missing adults and children, to their families. Recovery times average less than 30 minutes. By forming partnerships with local law enforcements, project lifesaver is staffed by Police Officers and volunteers.
This program provides a reduced fare for ADA eligible Dinuba Transit riders. This application is only for persons with disabilites that cannot walk to or from a designated bus stop or cannot board Dinuba Transit's Fixed Route service without assistance.