The City of Santa Cruz has completed four storm drain improvement projects in response to localized floodings that were funded by Senate Bill 1 (SB 1).
01/16/2018 10:00 AM
'Imagine No Waste,' published by the County of Santa Cruz, is inconsistent with some City of Santa Cruz recycling guidelines.
01/13/2018 9:30 AM
The City of Santa Cruz is now accepting applications for its inaugural Master Recycler Training Program.
01/03/2018 1:00 PM
The City of Santa Cruz offers residents two date options for free pick up of Christmas trees from January 1 to 14.
The fourth annual Parking for Hope downtown holiday parking program runs from Monday, Dec. 18, through Monday, Dec. 25.
Measure H overlay pavement striping has been extended for nine streets through Feb. 2 due to the wet weather.
Measure H paving work has been extended for Escalona Drive from Bay Street to Laurel Street on Saturday, Dec. 2.
Overlay project work is scheduled for Morrissey Boulevard, Goss Avenue, California and King streets and Escalona and West Cliff drives Dec. 4 - 8.
Updated: Overlay project work is scheduled for Morrissey Boulevard, King and California streets, Escalona Drive, Delaware Avenue and West Cliff Drive on various days Nov. 21 and 22, and Nov. 27, through Dec. 1.
2017 Overlay Project work is scheduled for Morrissey Boulevard on Saturday, Nov. 18, and will continue Monday, Nov. 20, - Wednesday, Nov. 22 when there will also be work on Escalona Drive, Delaware and Goss avenues.
Chief Mills Invites Community to Traffic Safety Presentation at Santa Cruz Police Department on November 16
Santa Cruz Police Chief Mills invites the community to a Street Smarts traffic safety presentation on Thursday, November 16, 6 p.m. at the Santa Cruz Police Community Room.
2017 Overlay Project work is scheduled to occur on King and Market streets, Escalona Drive, Delaware and Goss avenues and Morrissey Blvd. Nov.13 - 17.
2017 Overlay Project work will occur on King Street, Escalona and Natural Bridges drives, Delaware and Goss avenues and Morrissey Boulevard Nov. 6 -10.
Changes to City of Santa Cruz Environmentally Acceptable Food Packaging and Products Ordinance Effective Nov. 7
The City of Santa Cruz has made changes to the Environmentally Acceptable Food Packaging and Products Ordinance which go into effect on Nov. 7.
The City of Santa Cruz invites the community to provide input on Bike Share station locations through an interactive online map, available Nov. 1–10.