For over a century, Dinuba has maintained a forward thinking attitude and strives to positively impact the economic vitality and enhance the quality of life in the region. Read More
TPZPJV is inviting qualified bidders including, but not limited to, certified SBEs, DBEs & DVBEs, for:
Environmental Monitoring and Remediation Work on California High Speed Rail - Contract CP1 - HSR13-06
SEALED BIDS DUE, March 14, 2014 by 5:00 PM
Address bids to: TPZPJV, 15901 Olden Street, Sylmar, CA 91342, Attention: Jerry Brown
On February 26, 2014, Dinuba Police Officers were dispatched to the area of Lois Lane and Kimberly Avenue for suspicious subjects in the area. Upon the arrival of the officers in this area, they contacted two juveniles matching the description given by the concerned citizens that called the Police Department. The two juveniles were detained, and upon additional investigation, it was revealed that the two juveniles had burglarized a residence located in the area. The juveniles were in possession of stolen items from a residence located in the 1800 block of Johnson Avenue along with burglary tools. The juveniles were taken into protective custody and transported to the Tulare County Juvenile Detention Facility. The two face charges of residential burglary, conspiracy to commit burglary, possession of stolen property and possession of burglary tools.
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.
On 02-19-14 / 3:42 pm, Dinuba Police Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of West El Monte Way for a report of a gunshot victim. Upon arrival, a 39 year old male subject was found with a single gunshot wound. The subject was transported to an area Hospital for his injuries by Dinuba EMS. His injuries are not considered life threatening. The suspect(s) fled the scene prior to Officer’s arrival. Anyone with information about the incident is encouraged to contact the Dinuba Police Department at 591-5911 or 591-TIP1 to remain anonymous.
The Tulare County Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCo) is seeking applications from members of the public interested in serving as the Public Member of the Local Agency Formation Commission.
LAFCo is an independent, quasi-legislative agency that reviews city annexations and the establishment of boundaries and authorized services for numerous local, agencies including fire, community services and water districts.
NOTICE OF LANE CLOSURE TO BUSINESSES, AGENCIES & RESIDENTS CITY OF DINUBA AT THE ALTA AVENUE AT NORTH WAY AND EL MONTE WAY AT PALM DRIVE LIGHTED CROSSWALK PROJECT
In accordance with the construction plans and special provisions for the Construction of the Project, please be advised that construction work will progress to your neighborhood on or about February 18, 2014. This project involves the removal and replacement of curb ramps and the installation of crosswalk warning systems.
During the course of construction, traffic restrictions will occur on Palm Drive & North Way. Parking on the street will not be allowed between 6:00 a.m. & 6:00 p.m. in the project area in which work is being performed. Access will be maintained to your residences, businesses, and emergency vehicles during construction.
Lane closure for traffic entering streets around the intersections of Alta Ave at North Way and El Monte Way at Pahn Drive will occur from the week of 02/17/14 and continue for up to 3 months.
The Dinuba Firefighter’s Association and Relay for Life of Dinuba are hosting the 5th Annual “Pulling For a Cure” fundraising event to benefit the American Cancer Society
- Saturday, April 5th, 2014
- Dinuba Entertainment Plaza
- (Located at S. “L” and Ventura)
- Registration: 10:00am -11:00am
- Event: 11:00am - 2:00pm
Create your own job with the 2014 PG&E Entrepreneurial Cohort Program!
Fresno, CA (January 30, 2013)–Local residents, prepare to start a business with the 2014 “Powering the Entrepreneurial Grid- PG&E Entrepreneurial Cohort Program.” This program assists individuals in planning a business strategy while developing a business plan. Existing businesses can also benefit from this course. Scholarships are available.
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".
For as long as many of us can remember, Dinuba's motto, "Together, a Better Community" has helped unite "Dinubians" in many of the projects and partnerships throughout our community. This was the reason that helping to create it was one of Ed Todd's top priorities upon accepting the position of Dinuba City Manager over 25 years ago. Since that time, Ed's leadership has played a crucial part in positive community efforts, such as coordinating efforts to attract Ruiz Foods, Best Buy, Patterson Logistics, Wal-Mart (which in turn led to the business "explosion" along West El Monte) to community, led efforts to beautify the Downtown, helped develop an ongoing multi-year capital improvement plan development process, helped the organization weather several recessions in a way that resulted in minimal impact on service delivery to the public, and established positive working relationships with local agencies such as Dinuba Chamber of Commerce, Tulare County, neighboring Cities, Consolidated Waste Management Authority, Tulare County Council of Cities, and many others. Most importantly, always sought the "win-win" solution to problems, maintained an upbeat approach to his work, encouraged others to grow and develop, and always treated everyone fairly and with respect.
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.