Monthly Archives: October 2019

City partners with ParkMobile to bring Smarter Parking Options to Fresno

Posted: October 17, 2019

The City of Fresno is partnering with ParkMobile, the leading provider of smart parking and mobility solutions in the United States, to enable drivers to pay for parking from their mobile device.  The ParkMobile app is now available for over 2,000 spaces around the City. New stickers will provide information to drivers on how to […]

City Seeking Public Input on Planned Use of Federal Grant Funds

Posted: October 7, 2019

The City of Fresno has begun developing a 5-Year Consolidated Plan that will assess the current housing market, discuss characteristics of the city’s population, identify community improvement priorities, and outline a five-year plan to fund and implement them.  The City receives approximately $11 million each year in funds under the federal Community Development Block Grant […]

Work begins on Several Transform Fresno Projects

Posted: October 7, 2019

The City of Fresno is excited to announce the launch of the first three Transformative Climate Communities (TCC) projects.  All three projects launched in the first weeks of October. The first project to break ground is the Yosemite Village Permaculture Community Garden and Urban Farm Incubator.  Fresno Metro Ministry partnered with the Fresno Housing Authority […]

City Announces New Deputy City Manager

Posted: October 7, 2019

Mayor Lee Brand and City Manager Wilma Quan today announced that Aldi Dodds has been hired as Deputy City Manager for the City of Fresno.  As Deputy City Manager, she will perform professional administrative and managerial assignments in support of the City Manager and work with executive management staff in coordinating and directing activities involved […]