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DINUBA POLICE DEPARTMENY TAKING BACK UNWANTED PRESCRIPTION DRUGS
On April 26, 2014, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Dinuba Police Department and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will give the public its eighth opportunity in three years to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs. Bring your pills for disposal to The Dinuba Police Department located at 680 S. Alta Avenue, Dinuba. (The DEA cannot accept liquids or needles or sharps, only pills or patches.) The service is free and anonymous, no questions asked.
The Dinuba Police Department Explorers participated in the Sixth Annual Central Valley Law Enforcement Explorer Competition held at the Tulare County Fairgrounds on the weekend of March 28th – 30th. This annual competition is a time for Explorer Posts from Police Departments all over the Central Valley to come together and be challenged both physically and mentally through real-life police scenarios. These types of scenarios are similar to what Police Officers face every day on the streets they protect and serve. Through the Explorer Program, participants learn a variety of skills through hands-on training, classroom instruction, and real-life police scenarios. The competition tests the skills the Explorers have been taught throughout the year.
The Explorer Program is a youth-based program in partnership with Boy Scouts of America and Learning for Life, which many local Police Departments have chosen to sponsor. Explorer Advisors are chosen from within the Police Departments and devote themselves to teaching and spending time with the Explorers. Programs such as this give local law enforcement agencies the opportunity to mentor youth and give back to the community that they serve.
DOWNTOWN DINUBA (200 Block of South “L” Street) 8am-1pm
Reserve your spot today!!!
15’W x 15’D - $10.00
30’W x 15’D - $20.00
Registration Deadline April 16th! No on-site registration!
Please register at:
City of Dinuba Community Services Department
1390 Elizabeth Way - Dinuba - (559) 591-5940
Biggest Yards Sale in Dinuba!!! Don’t Miss Out!
Saturday, April 26, 2014
|ITEMS THAT WILL BE ACCEPTED:
||ITEMS THAT WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED:
Maximum vehicle size limited to pick up truck and 8' trailer
Residents MUST bring a copy of their City of Dinuba utility bill to verify City residency
Vacant Lot on Avenue 406 (adjacent to Sierra Vista High School)
Traffic will be directed to access site by heading east on Avenue 406.
CALL CITY OF DINUBA AT 591-5924 FOR MORE INFORMATION
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.
Congratulations to the City of Dinuba Finance Department for winning the 2013 GFOA Budget Award.
The Government Finance Officers Association has awarded the City of Dinuba with the 2013 Distinguished Budget Presentation Award. This award is the highest form of recognition in governmental budgeting and only a select few cities across the country are selected to receive it.
"The City of Dinuba invites you to participate in its 2014 Community Transit Survey. Your input will help us improve our transit services and ensure that our transit system meets the needs of all Dinuba residents."
"Se le invita a participar en una encuesta tocante al transporte público en la Ciudad de Dinuba. Sus respuestas nos ayudaran a mejorar nuestros servicios de transporte y contribuirán a que podamos satisfacer las necesidades de transporte público para todos los residentes de Dinuba".
Status of Construction: During the months of October, November and December construction of the bridge superstructure was completed and the bridge was post tensioned, which made the bridge self supporting and allowed removal of the bridge falsework from the Kings River floodplain to commence. Additionally, the Contractor also began work on construction of the vehicle barrier rails on the bridge, which includes a “Type 80 Barrier.” The “Type 80 Barrier” is one of the State’s approved “see through” barriers, which is intended to minimize impairment of views of the river from the bridge and will serve as an aesthetic feature on the new bridge.
- Commercial – 11.5 acres (S/E corner Auto Mall Drive & El Monte Way).
- Commercial – 10,150 sq. ft. parcel (S/W corner Arkona & El Monte Way).
- Net size will be smaller due to El Monte Road widening.
- Industrial – 45 acres (S/E corner Sierra Way & Road 74).
- Industrial –58.28 acres (S/W corner Sierra Way & Road 74).
- RCO – 20 acres (N/E corner Road 70 & Avenue 408).
For further information regarding these properties contact Jayne Anderson, Assistant City Manager/City Clerk at 559 591 5900.