Trillium Flow Technologies Announces Merger of Salt Lake City Plant to Fresno

Trillium Flow Technologies, a global designer, manufacturer and aftermarket services provider of engineered valves and pumps used in energy and broader industrial applications, has announced the merger of their facility in Salt Lake City, Utah to Fresno.  The company currently employs 137 people in the City of Fresno and this merger is expected to generate over […]

Mayor’s Fresno Recovery Committee Update

Mayor Lee Brand today provided a report on hisFresno Recovery Committee (FRC), which held its first meeting yesterday afternoon and included future plans for the advisory group. Two additional members were added to the FRC prior to yesterday’s initial meeting.  Dr. John Moua, Board-Certified in Pediatric Pulmonology and Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of […]

Mayor Announces Fresno Recovery Advisory Committee

Fresno Mayor Lee Brand, in collaboration with Council President Miguel Arias and Councilmembers Luis Chavez and Michael Karbassi, today announced the formation of the Mayor’s Fresno Recovery Committee (FRC), an advisory panel to discuss best practices to kick-start Fresno’s economy and get the people of Fresno back to work within the parameters of community health […]

City Announces Details on COVID-19 Small Business Loan-to-Grant Program

Fresno Mayor Lee Brand joined Councilmembers Mike Karbassi and Esmeralda Soria, and Fresno Economic Opportunities Commission (EOC) CEO Emilia Reyes to announce joint economic relief action to help small businesses in Fresno affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.  The partnership between the City of Fresno, Fresno EOC and Access Plus Capital, a local small business loan […]

City Announces Additional Closures to Facilities at City Parks

The City of Fresno today announced additional measures to protect the health of the community by reducing opportunities for close contact between people at City of Fresno parks. The City of Fresno Parks, After School, Recreation and Community Services (PARCS) Department staff will lock basketball and tennis courts where possible in an effort to discourage […]

Fresno City Council Moves to Online Meetings to Reduce COVID-19 Exposure Risk

Effective immediately, all City public meetings, including but not limited to Planning Commission and Council meetings, shall be conducted electronically through web services and telephone. “In an effort to reduce the risk of exposure to COVID-19 and flatten the curve, City Council meetings will be held electronically while providing the public several options to participate,” said […]

Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

Starting April 1, 2020, passengers will be required to self-screen for COVID-19 before they board the bus. Passengers should not board the bus if they have a fever, persistent cough, sore throat, or runny nose. Passengers should also not board the bus if they have had contact or spent time with a suspected or known COVID-19 individual. […]