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Posted on: January 11, 2019

Help Document January King Tide Events

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City staff are especially interested in documenting 15 locations from the Janes Creek Runoff, through the Arcata Marsh, and continuing on the Bay Trail South.  Locations are marked by stakes.  Data is gathered using photographs taken at ...

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Posted on: January 11, 2019

Community Input Opportunities for the Annie & Mary Trail Connectivity Project

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The City of Arcata has received a grant from the Caltrans Sustainable Communities Program to begin plans for a new multi-use trail in Arcata. This new project will be known as the Annie and Mary Trail Connectivity Project, which will create a new trail th...

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Posted on: December 14, 2018

Take Part in the Plaza Improvement Survey

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The City of Arcata’s newly-formed Plaza Improvement Task Force has developed a short online survey to gather community input on recommendations to improve Arcata’s Plaza.

The Arcata Plaza serves as the epicenter of the community and as ...

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Posted on: January 11, 2018

Lawson Homicide Investigation Continues, Witnesses Urged to Come Forward

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COMMUNITY REWARD PROGRAM ESTABLISHED FOR INFORMATION ON LAWSON HOMICIDE

The community reward program for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for the April 15 homicide of David Josiah Lawson is now at $55,000. Communit...

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Posted on: December 26, 2018

Arcata's New Local Energy Ordinance Pertaining to New Residential Construction

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The Arcata City Council has adopted a new local energy efficiency ordinance also known as a “Reach Code.” California cities and counties have the authority to adopt local energy ordinances, sometimes called “Reach Codes,” that are more stringent than the ...

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