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City of Clovis Seeking Developers for 4 acres in Southwest Clovis

The City of Clovis is seeking proposals for the development of single-family homes or senior-housing units on 4 acres in southwest Clovis.  The site is located between Peach and Villa, on W. Santa Ana and W. Rialto Avenues in area known as Rialto Ranchos.  The City, through its redevelopment agency, acquired properties in this area in order to develop affordable single-family housing.  With the elimination of redevelopment the City is now seeking innovative proposals to construct either single-family homes or senior housing units. A Request for Proposal package has been prepared and is available for interested parties by contacting Andy Haussler, Housing Program Manager at andrewh@cityofclovis.com.  All proposals are due by January 15, 2014.  

Got Labor Day Plans?

Got Labor Day Plans?

The Buck Rock Foundation is hosting a Labor Day Weekend Celebration and Open House at Buck Rock Lookout in the Giant Sequoia National Monument, Sequoia National Forest.  The event will take place on Sunday, September 1st from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the base of the lookout.

Join the Fun on "National Night Out" in Tulare Tonight!

The Tulare Police Department and Tulare Downtown Association invite you to the 30th Annual National Night Out tonight, Tuesday, August 6, from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m 

Head to Downtown Tulare, K Street between Tulare and King Avenues

National Night Out is an annual event promoted by the National Association of Town Watches.

It is an event that says "No" to crime and drugs and this year we are promoting community unity through this event.

Upcoming Events at the Pena Planetarium

Upcoming Events at the Pena Planetarium

The Sam B. Peña Planetarium, operated by the Tulare County Office of Education, will offer the following shows in July and August.

Matinee Shows: July 10, 2:00 & 3:00 p.m. – Earth, Moon and Sun

How do the Earth, Moon and Sun work together as a system and what is the myth and science behind it? Why does the Sun rise and set? Why do we see different constellations during different seasons? What is an eclipse? Learn about the Moon's phases and orbit. Explore past and future space travel to our moon and beyond.

Evening Show: July 12, 7:00 p.m. – Dawn of the Space Age

From the launch of the first artificial satellite Sputnik to the magnificent lunar landings and privately-operated space flights, you'll be captivated by this most accurate historic reconstruction of Man's first steps into space.

Head to a Cooling Center to Escape the Heat!

Head to a Cooling Center to Escape the Heat!

Temperatures are expected to exceed 105 degrees this weekend-- and electric prices are sky high!!

What do you do?

Here's one alternative. The City of Tulare will have a cooling center available to the public on Saturday, June 29, and Sunday, June 30, from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Woman’s Clubhouse. It's located at 88 W. Tulare Avenue in Tulare.

Stay cool, save some money, and beat the Summer heat!

Celebrate Tulare at Concerts at the Park!

Who says there's nothing to do?

Celebrate summer with neighbors and friends at Zumwalt Park every Wednesday in Downtown Tulare!

Concerts in the Park go from 7:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Here's the schedule: 

June 19             St.

Arbor Day Celebration at Mooney Grove Park

Arbor Day Celebration at Mooney Grove Park

Nearly 600 third-, fourth-, and fifth-grade students from across Tulare County will celebrate this Arbor Day at Mooney Grove Park.

They will learn about the importance of, and care for, trees in the environment. Topics including seeds, insects, mulch and the water system. Local environmental experts from organizations such as SCICON and the University of California’s Master Gardeners conduct these fun-filled, activity-based lessons.

Additionally, students tour the County museum and learn about the rich agricultural history of our valley.

They will also plant a tree at Mooney Grove to help with the park’s restoration. Each student will not only learn how to plant trees properly, but will be given their very own tree seedling to take home and plant with their family!

Teachers also participate in the environmental lessons.