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THERE WILL BE NO 4TH OF JULY FIREWORKS SHOW IN REEDLEY THIS YEAR.
***THE CITY RECEIVED NOTICE FROM THE PRIVATE ORGANIZATION THAT PUTS ON THE ANNUAL REEDLEY FIREWORKS SPECTACULAR THAT THERE WILL BE NO 4TH OF JULY FIREWORKS SHOW THIS YEAR.*****
Water Rate Increase Proposed
The City of Reddley is proposing a water rate increase due to rising operational costs and dramatically reduced revenues due to conservation impacts. The proposed water rate increase equates to approximately $3.64 more per month for the average single family residence base rate, which equates to less than the cost of a cup of coffee per week. For more information click on the items below:
Prop 218 Public Notice & Exibit A
Comprehensive Water Rate Study
Public Workshop Announcement
Construction Project out to Bid on May 31, 2016
Reed Ave Improvements I Street to Manning Ave.
Construction Project out to Bid on May 18, 2016
San Joaquin Circle Reconstruction.
2016-2017 Proposed City Budget
Available for review. Workshops will be held on May 17th May 24th and May 31st for in-depth discussion.
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New State Mandate 1826
City Receives Bond Rating Upgrade
The City's Wastewater Bonds received a credit rating upgrade. Standard & Poor's Ratings Services has completed their review of the former 2007 Wastewater Revenue Bonds, raising the credit rating from "A-" to "A," while affirming the 'stable' outlook. The review was done as part of the refunding process, which will result in an annual debt service payment savings. For more information on the 2007 and 2016 Wastewater Revenue Bonds, Click Here for more information.
Beginning May 2016, customers will see a blue return envelope included with their City utility bill. Over the years, many customers have asked for a return envelope, and the City is pleased to be able to finally accommodate this request. If paying by mail or using the drop box at City Hall, please use the provided envelope to ensure your payment is processed in a timely manner. If you are paying your bill online and still receive a paper statement, or prefer to continue paying in person, feel free to bring unused envelopes back to City Hall so they can be reused and help keep costs down. The City of Reedley offers convenient utility payment options that are designed to save you time!Please click here for more information.
City of Reedley residents must now follow Level 2 water use restrictions. Your days and times of outdoor watering have changed. Click here to view the City’s new Water Conservation Ordinance. For more information and tips on how you can conserve water in your home and in your yard click here.
Check out our new Aquatics page by clicking here.
City Newsletter May - July, 2016
A quarterly newsletter with information about upcoming and ongoing projects and activities.
Residential Toilet Rebate Program
Click here to download or print the application.
Americans with Disabilities Act Self Evaluation and Transition Plan PDF
For public review and comments
Solar Facility Monitoring Links
The City of Reedley has partnered with Pacific Power Renewables, Inc. to install solar arrays at City facilities to reduce ongoing utility costs. The links below show real time and historical power generation at specific sites.
Employee & Staff Links
These links are for employee time logins and employee webmail.