The City of Fresno, Solid Waste Management Division, will observe the Thanksgiving Holiday on Thursday, November 23, 2017. There will be no service on this day. We will resume service the following day and provide trash, recyclables and green waste collection as follows: Thursday, November 23, 2017 – Thanksgiving Holiday, No service. Friday, November 24, […]
The City of Fresno, Solid Waste Management Division, will observe the Thanksgiving Holiday on Thursday, November 23, 2017. There will be no service on this day.
We will resume service the following day and provide trash, recyclables and green waste collection as follows:
Thursday, November 23, 2017 – Thanksgiving Holiday, No service.
Friday, November 24, 2017 – Thursday’s trash, recyclables, and green waste will be collected.
Saturday, November 25, 2017 – Friday’s trash, recyclables, and green waste will be collected.
Our business office will be closed Thursday and Friday, November 23 and 24, 2017.
For questions regarding your residential holiday service schedule, please call the Solid Waste Management Division at (559) 621-1452.
The City of Fresno’s Parks, After School, Recreation and Community Services (PARCS) Department has been awarded a $120,000 grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) for a year-long Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Program that will include classroom training, community events, and presentations at City neighborhood and community centers and school sites. Best safety […]
The City of Fresno announced that it will be listing more than 35,000 city-owned assets for small cells on November 15. Carriers, connectivity and technology companies may reserve sites through an online portal. The City of Fresno signed an exclusive agreement with 5 Bars XG Communities to market and organize the release of its assets. […]
Mayor Lee Brand and Fresno City Manager Wilma Quan-Schecter today announced that Jane Sumpter has been named the City of Fresno’s new Assistant City Manager, effective November 27, 2017. Ms. Sumpter has served as the City’s Budget Manager since 2011, where she managed the successful implementation of the first new citywide budget system in 14 […]
Mayor Lee Brand and City Manager Wilma Quan-Schecter today announced that Parvin Neloms Jr. has been named the City of Fresno’s new Parks, After School, Recreation and Community Services (PARCS) Director. He takes over the position currently being held by Interim PARCS Director Bruce Rudd. Neloms begins his position with the City on October 30, […]
Each year, in conjunction with the celebration of October as Disability Awareness Month, the City of Fresno Disability Advisory Commission (DAC) recognizes individuals, organizations, and City employees that have improved the quality of life for people with disabilities in Fresno. Recipients will be honored on October 26, 2017, at 1:00 p.m. during the City Council […]
Mayor Lee Brand was joined by former Mayor Ashley Swearengin, City leaders, staff and hundreds of supporters to witness the grand re-opening of Fulton Street in the heart of downtown Fresno and the successful completion of the Fulton Street Reconstruction Project. The event re-opens the six-block-long thoroughfare to vehicular traffic for the first time in […]
Fresno Mayor Lee Brand held a press conference at City Hall this morning to provide the details on the City of Fresno’s proposal to land Amazon’s second headquarters, outlining the key reasons why Fresno is the ideal location for the HQ2 project. The online retail giant announced last month that it had plans for a […]
Mayor Lee Brand released the following statement on the passing of former U.S. Ambassador Phillip V. Sanchez: “Fresno has lost another giant. Phillip Sanchez served as the highest-ranking Hispanic official for three U.S. Presidents, as Ambassador to both Honduras and Colombia, and as Assistant Director in the Office of Economic Opportunity. He rose from poverty, […]
Residents of Southwest Fresno, Chinatown and Downtown Fresno came together over the course of nine public meetings facilitated by the City of Fresno to select a package that will invest $70 million of cap-and-trade funding from the State of California through the Transformative Climate Communities program. Residents and business owners in the area were invited […]
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