ANNUAL RABIES CLINIC - MARCH 8
The Spring Rabies Clinic will be held
at the Chowchilla Police Department located at 122 Trinity
Avenue on Saturday, March 8. The clinic times are from 9:00AM to
10:00AM for seniors or persons with disabilities and 10:00AM to
12:00PM for the general public. Distemper/Parvo, rabies, and
worming shots will be available for dogs. FVRCD, rabies, and
worming shots will be available for cats. ALL CATS MUST BE IN
The Friends of Madera Animal Shelter (FMAS) will be offering low
cost spay/neuter certificates during the clinic. The cost is $20
for dogs, and $15 for cats.
Call (559) 665-8600 for more
CITY COUNCIL MEETING MARCH 11
HERE to view agendas and
minutes for this and previous City Council meetings. You can
also view agendas and minutes of other City Commissions and
Committees from that page.
PRESERVATION COMMISSION APPLICATIONS DUE MARCH 12
Does local history intrigue you? Do
you walk by an old home or buildings like the old library and
wonder about their stories? Do you see areas where the
historical richness of the community could be preserved? Then
maybe you are just the person the City is looking for?
Currently, there are four vacancies on the Heritage Preservation
Commission and the Chowchilla City Council wants to fill them.
The Commission is presently scheduled to meet on a quarterly
basis each January, April, July and October, with special
meetings called as needed. Click
HERE for the official recruitment announcement.
If you live in the Chowchilla
city limits, or in the Chowchilla Union High School Districtís
Sphere of Influence then you are eligible to submit an
application. A print application can be obtained at City Hall, or
you can download the application by clicking
Applications need to be
submitted by Wednesday, March 12, 2014 to the City Clerk, City
of Chowchilla, 130 S. Second Street, Chowchilla, CA 93610, The
Commission appointments are expected to be made at the March 25,
2014 City Council meeting.
Become a part of honoring
Chowchillaís history by volunteering to serve on the Heritage
If you have any questions please call (559) 665-8615 ext. 102.
OVERLAY PROJECT CONSTRUCTION NOTICE
The City of Chowchilla, through an
approved contract with Dave Christian Construction Company, will
be conducting construction activities in the "Presidential
Streets" neighborhood and portions of 11th Street. Click
HERE for project details.
CITY OFFICES CLOSED EVERY FRIDAY
city offices, with the exception of the Police Department, are
closed every Friday. For any Public Works emergencies such as water main
breaks, street concerns, or other safety issues,
contact the Chowchilla Police Department at (559) 665-8600.
Utility payments can be deposited in the drop box
located at the right side of the front door of the Civic Center. Payments will
not be penalized due to Friday closures.
HAZARDOUS WASTE & USED OIL COLLECTIONS
Available to all City of Chowchilla residents! The Curbside Used
Oil Collection Program and now the Household Hazardous Waste Collection
Program are available to Chowchilla residents thanks to a grant from the
California Integrated Waste Management Board. Click here for more information
Used Oil Collection Program
Madera County Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program.
The City of Chowchilla in partnership
with Self-Help Enterprises is offering Housing Assistance
Programs to qualified, low-income families. Click
HERE for more
VIEW ASSESSED VALUE NOTICES ONLINE
The Madera County Assessorís Office
provides a web site where property
owners can review their Assessed Value notices for all properties in Madera County.
The notice can be searched for by the Assessorís Parcel Number,
which can be found in the upper right-hand corner of a property
To access the web site simply click on the
Madera County Assessed Value Change Search
owners without access to the County web site can obtain a
printed value notice by calling (559) 675-7710, or by visiting
the Assessorís Office or sending a written request to: Madera
County Assessorís Office, 200 W. 4th Street, Madera, CA 93637.
MADERA COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH INFORMATION
Virus? Whooping Cough? To get the straight scoop on the latest
public health issues for our city and county visit the
County Public Health web page. The Madera County Public Health
Department protects and promotes the health of the community by
means of preventive medical, sanitation, and educational
services. Stay informed on the latest health news of Madera
BE PREPARED FOR DISASTERS
When disaster strikes, will you be ready?
Do you know what to do? Do
you have a plan? Fire, police and emergency medical services may be delayed
in their response during emergencies. You need to learn what to do, have a plan, and be prepared to
take care of yourself, your family and your community.
Click HERE for
to help you prepare before events occur.