In a ranking that scored California cities in five categories which included school ratings, home values, home ownership costs, household income, and income growth, the City of Clovis was ranked No. 1 in California to Raise a Family by leading money blog NerdWallet.com. Read more at http://www.nerdwallet.com/blog/2014/cities-for-young-families-california/.
Please join the Clovis City Council on Monday, December 5, 2016, at 6:30 p.m. for the annual lighting of the City's Christmas tree in front of City Hall at 1033 Fifth Street. Join in the merriment as Santa arrives by fire truck and lights the tree. Bring your camera to take pictures with Santa. Refreshments will be served in the City Hall foyer following the ceremony.
After serving on the Clovis City Council for 46 years, Council Member William “Harry” Armstrong has retired. Read the Press Release (pdf). An election to fill his open position and two additional full-term Council seats will be held on March 7, 2017. For more information about the election process, please visit our elections page.
Find out about separated bikeways and their place in local transportation. Help Fresno and Clovis planners determine where separated bikeways will best serve our community by taking the survey and using the interactive map tool. Visit http://www.fresnoclovisseparatedbikeways.com/ to take the survey and learn.
Find out what is happening in the City of Clovis by downloading the new Clovis PD App. This app has crime maps, Clovis Police Department news, allows you to submit a tip, and has links to all of our popular social sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Nextdoor!
Download from the App Store or Download on Google Play.
Find out how you can help conserve water by visiting our Water Conservation page. The State of California Water Resources Control Board website also has water conservation information. New outdoor watering days begin June 21, 2016.
Notice: Water rates have changed visit this page to calculate your water bill: Water Rate Change.
The Active Transportation Plan is complete. The plan creates a vision for ongoing development of bicycle and pedestrian networks that create a safe, comfortable, and connected community for walking and bicycling. To learn more, please visit our Active Transportation page.
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