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TORTURE OF MAN WITHOUT HOME IN CALIFORNIA
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According to the U.S. National Weather Service (NWS), The Atmospheric River storm system is just beginning to move across California today. Precipitation (heavy at times) will continue over much of California through the week. Below are important information for storm-related issues.
• For life-threatening emergencies or structural damage, dial 9-1-1
• Up to 20 sandbags per household are available free to City of Modesto residents at the City of Modesto Corporation Yard, loca...ted at 501 N Jefferson Street. Call 209-342-2244 for more information.
• Stanislaus County residents can call 209-525-4130 for information regarding sandbags.
• To report City tree emergencies, call 209-342-2253.
• To report street flooding, call 209-577-6200.
• To report traffic signal and/or street light outages, call 209-342-2297.
• For clogged storm drains, call 209-577-6200.
• For downed power lines and electrical outages, call MID at 209-526-8222 or 888-997-8222.
Some non-emergency reports can be made through the GoModesto App
Did you know there is an interactive feature on our website to help you read your utility bill? To check it out, visit: https://modestogov.com/1527/How-to-Read-Your-Utility-Bill. #WaterWednesday #OneWaterModesto #WaterMatters
Modesto RecFest is days away!
We hope to see you at this great family event on Saturday, 3/17. Bring your bikes, kites and fishing poles or use ours, to join in the fun! Snacks and water provided, picnic lunch is encouraged! This is a free event. Rain or shine. #getout #getbusy #ModestoRecFest #ParksMakeLifeBetter
Happy to welcome Sparky the Fire Dog to the City Council meeting this evening. Sparky, who is Modesto's new Fire Department mascot, helped with the announcement of grant money awarded to the department for bi-lingual public safety outreach material.
Proud of Modesto students Divya Katyal and Haiying Zeng whose app, the Homeless Network, won the 2017 Congressional App Challenge. Congratulations on your achievement and for being recognized at tonight's city council meeting.
The students created an AD for the app, here: https://youtu.be/ITh7Ky3ROas.
Graceada Park Pool & Splash Renovations is a Community Inspired Park Improvement Project.
Construction fencing is in place. Weather pending, the Graceada Park Pool & Splash Renovations Project will begin construction today, Tuesday March 13, 2018. Stay tuned for project updates and anticipated opening day!
Join us this Saturday for one of the last clean-ups before Modesto Rec Fest 2018 https://www.facebook.com/events/1615893271820019/
Let’s work together to reduce blight and increase our recreation opportunities at the Riverwalk at Gateway. Together we can make a real difference in our community. **Volunteers please make sure to read all the information in the event details section prior to clean-up.**
The City of Modesto Parks Recreation and Neighborhoods Department and Kidz Love Soccer is bringing you a whole week of soccer fun! March 26-March 30, children ages 4.5-10 years can learn and practice age-appropriate soccer skills.
All campers receive a soccer ball and Jersey! Camp is held 9am-Noon. Sign up today to reserve your spot!
Visit https://buff.ly/2FVqYUa for more information. To register, call (209) 577-5344 or visit
the Parks, Recreation and Neighborhoods Department at 1010 Tenth Street, Suite 4400.
Happening Now: Senior technology every Wednesday, 2:30PM at the Senior Citizens Center (211 Bodem St.) Today's session started with an Internet Safety presentation. To sign up for a 1:1 tutoring session with a volunteer, call the Modesto Senior Center at (209) 341-2974