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Archived Project Information
The project proposed to repair approximately 75 feet of storm-eroded bank to help minimize potential safety issues and property damage.
The three main business support and visitor attraction organizations in Ukiah are merging to reduce overhead and strengthen their core missions.
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.
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.
Information on the project that has resulted in a Ukiah Costco store opening in July of 2018 just off of Talmage Road in the Airport Blvd business park.
The City of Ukiah City Council (“City”) has adopted Solid Waste collection rate schedule adjustments for a five-year period.
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…
A City improvement project designed to improve safety and enhance the beauty of our community by putting utility lines underground.
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.
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.
The museum grounds have been renovated to include native plant gardens and exhibits to educate visitors about the local environment and Pomo Indian utilization of the landscape.
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.
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.