Monthly Archives: July 2020

Accessible Fresno Small Business Initiative to Help Businesses With ADA Compliance as they Reopen Following Covid-19 Closures

Posted: July 16, 2020

The City of Fresno is offering free access inspections through the Accessible Fresno Small Business Initiative (Accessible Fresno). As businesses reopen, or prepare to reopen, following closures due to COVID-19, the City of Fresno recognizes the need to assist small businesses with their accessibility compliance efforts.  The City is providing eligible small businesses with free […]

City begins a nationwide search for a new Chief of Police

Posted: July 15, 2020

On June 30, at the Annual State of the City address, Mayor Lee Brand announced that the City of Fresno is conducting a nationwide search for the next Police Chief. The City is looking for a leader with a thorough understanding of community policing and a track record of working well with diverse populations.  We are […]

City’s Response to Public Concerns over Harvard Block Sale

Posted: July 10, 2020

Due to concerns over the public health and safety risks that have arisen over the annual Harvard Block Sale in District 1, the Mayor and City Council want to clarify that while yard sales and other sales of personal property conducted by residents on their premises are considered an authorized activity, this particular event exceeds […]

FAX Employee Tests Positive for COVID-19

Posted: July 2, 2020

On Monday evening, June 29, a Fresno Area Express (FAX) employee tested positive for COVID-19 and a second employee suspected of having COVID has been tested and is awaiting results. In an effort to be completely transparent with FAX riders, and in keeping with coronavirus protocol, the following is being provided: The positive employee’s last […]