Arcata in the News
The City has contracted with V & C Construction to repair 15 broken sewer mains and install 16 sewer manholes around Arcata, including the Downtown area. Work is expected to continue through November 21, weather permitting. Thank you for your patience as we work to repair and maintain our valuable city infrastructure. For more information, visit the Construction Projects page.
Watch a video of Dale Farris, Senior Maintenance Worker for the Public Works Department's Streets Division. Dale is one of a ten member crew that maintains 120 curb miles of sidewalk and over 6,000 water service connections in Arcata. "One of us is on call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year," Dale says. "If there's a water or sewer emergency on the city side of your property, call the Police Department and they'll dispatch the right person to come and solve the problem."Our People...Our Community...Ourcata
Don't miss the final volunteer work day of 2014 this Saturday, November 22, in the Sunny Brae Tract of the Arcata Community Forest. Volunteers will help clear the way for more construction on the Beith Creek Loop Trail from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Meet at the Margaret Lane Trailhead at the concrete steps near the corner of Margaret and Buttermilk Lanes in Sunny Brae. Call (707) 825-2163 or email eServices@CityofArcata.org for more information.More about Saturday's volunteer work day
A visiting group of students from Consumnes Junior College near Sacramento joined forces with Humboldt State University's mighty Natural Resources Club on Saturday to remove five cubic yards of trash from Jolly Giant and Janes Creeks. Thank you for your hard work! The final volunteer work day for 2014 will be on Saturday, November 22, at the Beith Creek Loop Trail in the Sunny Brae Tract of the Arcata Community Forest. For more information, call (707) 825-2163 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.More about Saturday's volunteer work day
Bridget Dory, a 16-year City of Arcata employee, is currently the City Clerk. Clerks can be referred to as “keepers of democracy.” Bridget is tenacious and precise to ensure the city complies with state and federal laws. Among her many duties, she takes minutes at City Council meetings and responds to public records requests. Bridget enjoys preserving Arcata’s history and helping citizens gather information from City Hall. Watch a video of Bridget at work.Our People...Our Community...Ourcata