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Although Ukiah is a smaller city, we have big ideas when it comes to business development, recreation programs, and providing superior municipal services to our residents. In addition to the extensive number of services currently provided by the City, our staff will be working on a host of projects including those shown below. In addition to being a full service city, Ukiah also manages its own electric utility and airport. As the largest city in Mendocino County, we have become the leader in recreational events for the family, solid improvements in our municipal infrastructure, and in redevelopment programs to enhance our business climate.
Find out the latest news about a Costco store planning to open just off of Talmage Road in the Airport Blvd business park in 2018. Ground-breaking has been tentatively planned for Fall of 2017.
In the Spring of 2017 the City of Ukiah partnered with NMFS to test a Remote Spawning Incubator (RSI) at the site of the historic Gibson Creek Hatchery. Watch the video…
City of Ukiah has adopted Ord. #1176 creating a permitting process for Medical Marijuana Dispensaries. For more info:
In October 2013 the Ukiah Valley Sanitation District filed a lawsuit against the City of Ukiah seeking damages for alleged contract breaches spanning more than 50 years.
Howard Jarvis Taxpayer Association (HJTA) filed a lawsuit against the City seeking to invalidate Measure Y, the general sales tax measure that will provide funding for essential services including street repairs.
Management of the City of Ukiah is pleased to present this quarterly financial report on the activities, condition, and budgetary highlights for the second quarter of fiscal year 2016-17.
This is a historic hotel in downtown Ukiah that has fallen into disrepair. Attempts have been made to save the building so that it may become an integral part of downtown, but there is much left to be done.
The City of Ukiah is committed to developing affordable housing for our community. We’re excited to be working with a development team from the Petaluma area to create a high-end affordable apartment complex for seniors.
The Public Works Department’s strategic approach to improve the overall quality of streets in Ukiah by identifying the right treatment for either repairing or replacing streets.
The City of Ukiah City Council (“City”) conducted a public hearing on November 16, 2016, on proposed adjustments to monthly solid waste rates.
The museum grounds are being completely renovated to include native plant gardens and exhibits to educate visitors about the local environment and Pomo Indian utilization of the landscape.
In 2012 the City started exploring options to utilize its waste water treatment plant’s water outflow for local water needs. With costs and benefits identified, the City is now searching for grant sources to fund the project.
PG&E is working with the City of Ukiah and local residents to check the area above natural gas transmission pipelines for trees, brush and other items that could pose a safety concern.
Ukiah is working on getting a new courthouse! Through the joint efforts of multiple agencies, a much larger, much more accessible, and much safer building will be constructed along Perkins Street.
A City improvement project designed to improve safety and enhance the beauty of our community by putting utility lines underground.
The goal of this project is to improve the aesthetics of the downtown area, enhance accessibility for pedestrians and bicyclists, and improve traffic circulation.
The Ukiah Fire Dept has joined the Ukiah Valley Fire District to form the Ukiah Valley Fire Authority to provide fire services to the City and the greater Ukiah valley.
The City has received a Use Permit application requesting approval for the reuse of the former Trinity School site located at 915 Church Street as an extension of the main DRBU campus located in Talmage.