Welcome to the City of Fresno

Greetings from Mayor Jerry Dyer

What’s Happening


Do you live or work in the South-Central Fresno area? We are seeking volunteers for a year-long Community Advisory Group to guide the South-Central Fresno AB617 Community Truck Reroute Study.

The goal is to reduce emissions exposure to residents. Apply by Monday, February 6, 2023: ...https://www.fresno.gov/publicworks/truckstudy/

TONIGHT at 6 PM, don’t miss out on the Draft Fancher Creek Trail Plan! We want your input on the trail along the Fancher Creek Canal.

For QR code to meet by Zoom or for more information, go to: https://fresno.gov/publicworks/featured-projects/#tab-4

See you soon!

The Fresno Police Department Records Division is responsible for keeping track of police reports and retrieving them for residents, and Linda Moses is an important part of that team. ✍️🚨

By helping people retrieve those reports and ensuring the information is correct, Linda helps ...victims in their pursuit of justice.

To request a report, call 559-621-2534. Thank you, Linda! #WeWorkForYou

The City invites your feedback on this unique trail opportunity along the Fancher Creek Canal.

🗓️: January 31, 2023
⏰: 6-7 p.m.
📍: 5948 E Tulare St

The meeting will be a hybrid format - you can attend in person or via Zoom.

Visit the city’s project ...website to review the draft plan,
find more information, and a link for the meeting

We’re back on! 🚲 Woodward Park BMX Season Opener is the first weekend in February!

🗓️: Sunday, February 5th
⏰: Registration begins at 9:00AM and races begin at 10:00AM
📍 : 7775 N. Friant Rd, Fresno CA 93720

In order to race, you must wear long sleeves, ...pants, and closed-toe shoes. $10 to race, $5 for striders.

New to BMX Racing? Your first race is free. We welcome all ages! We have loaner bikes and helmets on a first-come-first-serve basis. For more information call (559)621-6606.

Public Works crews were busy planting Deodar Cedars along the historic Huntington Boulevard today as part of our Urban Forest Master Plan.

These majestic trees can grow up to 50 feet tall and 20 feet wide! 🌲🌲🌲

#EyeOnWater is a FREE tool that allows City of Fresno customers to view their latest water usage on their desktop or mobile device. 🚿🚰

#EyeOnWater helps customers understand their water usage, detect leaks, and discover their watering trends.

Download the EyeOnWater app on ...your mobile device for free!
More info: www.fresno.gov/publicutilities/water-conservation-program/eyeonwater/

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