Are you ready for Census 2020?

Every 10 years, the federal government is required to count all residents in the United States to help ensure that everyone is equally represented in our political system and that government resources are allocated appropriately to meet the needs of communities.

The County of Fresno is helping to inform and educate our residents about the upcoming Census 2020 and encourage everyone to take part! Continue reading “Are you ready for Census 2020?”

Breaking ground on Solivita Commons in Clovis

Fresno County recently joined with the Fresno Housing Authority , the City of Clovis, community leaders and residents to break ground on construction of Solivita Commons, an affordable housing community located at Alluvial and Willow Ave. in Clovis. Solivita Commons will offer families one, two and three-bedroom units for a total of 60 units, in close proximity to local schools, parks and walking trails. Construction on the project is expected to be completed by Spring of 2021. Continue reading “Breaking ground on Solivita Commons in Clovis”

Community Meetings, Public Input – General Plan Amendment regarding “Disadvantaged Communities”

county-seal_600-dpi-32bitFresno County is considering an amendment to its General Plan Policy Document pertaining to certain infrastructure needs of disadvantaged communities and is seeking the public’s input on the proposed changes. Continue reading “Community Meetings, Public Input – General Plan Amendment regarding “Disadvantaged Communities””

Fresno County to hold one-day Election Worker hiring event

vcaThe Fresno County Elections office is looking for election workers to help during the March 3 primary election and will hold a one-day hiring event to fill hundreds of available positions.

On Saturday, January 25, from 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM, job seekers are invited to come learn about available positions, apply and interview on site. Continue reading “Fresno County to hold one-day Election Worker hiring event”

Breaking Ground on affordable senior living community, Linnaea Commons

The County of Fresno recently joined with the City of Kingsburg, the Fresno Housing Authority, local officials and community members to break ground on construction of a Linnaea Villas, an affordable community for seniors that will offer 47 units for residents of Kingsburg. Expected to open in Spring/Summer of 2021, the community will feature one- and two-bedroom units, three garden/park areas for outdoor use, multi-purpose room, community kitchen, computer lab, fitness room, and more for residents. Continue reading “Breaking Ground on affordable senior living community, Linnaea Commons”

County employees answer the emergency call for blood donations!

January is National Blood Donor Month, and Fresno County is proud to join with Central California Blood Center and the City of Fresno – Office of the City Manager to help address the critical need for blood donations in the Central Valley. The City and County recently teamed up to support three simultaneous blood drives and encouraged employees to come out to donate if they were able. Continue reading “County employees answer the emergency call for blood donations!”