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Stage 4 Water Regulations Now in Effect Citywide
The City of Visalia is in a Water Emergency and new regulations are now in effect to reduce our water usage from landscape irrigation by 25 percent.
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City committees, commission seeking applications
The City of Visalia is accepting applications from interested citizens for its City committees and commissions.
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Traffic switchover on Houston Avenue
The Department of Transportation (Caltrans) in cooperation with Granite Construction announces a planned traffic switch on State Route 216 (Houston Avenue) in Visalia in Tulare County between Lover's Lane and McAuliff Street. This is part of the widening project for State Route 216 (Houston Avenue) as construction activities resume.
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General Plan Update Draft EIR Available for Public Review, Comment
Comments may be submitted on the Draft Environmental Impact Report to the Planning Division from March 31, 2014 to May 14, 2014. To view all documents and a Notice of Availability, click here.

Public Opinion Survey to be Conducted April 26
The City of Visalia's Citizens Advisory Committee will conduct an annual Public Opinion Survey April 26 at four locations throughout the City.






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City, Community Partners Launch "Change That Counts - Help Those Who Help the Homeless" Campaign
The City, in collaboration with faith-based, service provider and business community partners launched an awareness campaign Dec. 1 entitled: "Change That Counts – Help Those Who Help the Homeless". To go to the website, click here.
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Citywide Services for the Homeless in Resource List
Be the Change That Counts! Help Those who help the homeless by giving out this easy-to use Resource List.
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Columnist highlights Visalia as alternative to pricier coastal cities
"Are you a young person in an expensive coastal city who fears the California dream ended a few generations back? Do you see no end to your struggles with high rents and a sluggish job market? Go inland, young Californian."

And so begins Joe Mathews' Connecting California column highlighting the City of Visalia.

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