Wednesday, Apr 03 2013
Fire Department Announces Firefighter of the Year
Tuesday, Apr 02 2013
The City of Coalinga Joins Facebook
Monday, Jan 28 2013
Friday, Nov 02 2012
City of Coalinga Municipal Airport will be closed November 10th and 11th from 7 am – 5 pm for a private event. Access to fuel will be available before 7 am and after 5 pm. The airport will be available for emergency use only during the event.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, and thank you in advance for your cooperation.
Welcome Home Hero’s Wall
Friday, Nov 02 2012
Stop by and visit the Welcome Home Hero’s Wall at Frame Park Sunday, November 11th from 6:00PM - 10:00PM and Monday, November 12th from 10am- 4pm sponsored by Faith Christian Academy, Coalinga Chamber of Commerce and the City of Coalinga.
Veteran’s Day Parade
Friday, Nov 02 2012
City of Coalinga, Faith Christian Academy, and the Coalinga Chamber of Commerce Present: Veteran’s Day Parade November 12th at 11:00 am. Veteran’s Day Program immediately following at Frame Park.
Green Clothing Donation Boxes Seen Around Town
Wednesday, Sep 05 2012
The City of Coalinga has been receiving a multitude of questions regarding the green clothing donation boxes located at various locations throughout town. The City of Coalinga has no knowledge of the origin, purpose or ownership of the boxes as they are located on private property and, as such, are not regulated by the City. If you have any questions regarding how and/or if the donations benefit our community, our suggestion is to contact the company whose name is printed on the green boxes themselves.
City of Coalinga
Free Home-Energy Tune-Up
Wednesday, May 23 2012
Home-Energy Tune-Up is a federally-funded program being offered in Kern Tulare, Kings, and Fresno counties in the Valley to help homeowners identify ways they can lower their monthly energy bills this summer and improve their home's air quality without sacrificing comfort. Beginning in May, the program will be available in Madera County.
The program offers a Home Energy Survey that identifies energy saving improvements that could be made. The energy loan offered through the Education Employees Credit Union (EECU) is an attractive way to finance energy retrofit improvements that homeowners decide to make to their homes. If you're a school employee, a student, a parent of a student, a member of a school organization, or related to anyone who is - and you live in one of the counties EECU serves - you're probably eligible to join EECU. The credit union serves the following counties - Fresno Kings, Tulare, Merced, Madera, Mariposa, Inyo, San Luis Obispo, San Benito and Monterey.
See flyer for additnal information.
The City is going automated
Wednesday, Oct 05 2011
The City of Coalinga is in the process of launching an automated telephone system. Beginning Saturday, October 1, 2011, when you contact City Hall you will now be prompted by the automated system to enter an extension number to reach your party. We will continue to provide the same level of service and appreciate your patience as this transition is made. Thank you!
Granite Construction, Inc. Breaks Ground on New Solar Project
Wednesday, Jun 08 2011
Granite Construction has began construction of their 1.2 megawatt solar power facility located at the aggregate and hot mix facility on Highway 33/198. The Coalinga aggregate facility plans to offset up to 50 percent of the electrical power used at the structure with this installation.
City Council Approves 100% Reduction in Impact Fees
Tuesday, Apr 26 2011
At their April 21st Meeting the Council approved a temporary reduction in impact fees by 100% for 1 year in order to stimulate the down economy and encourage development. This reduction applies to all new residential, commercial, industrial and public facilities projects within the City. Should you have any questions please contact the Community Development Department at (559) 935-1533.
Code Enforcement Neighborhood Guide
Tuesday, Nov 02 2010
The Code Enforcement Division has prepared a Neighborhood Guide that provides detailed information from common code violations, watering schedules, local contact numbers to housing related issues. Please click on the link below to download a copy the neighborhood guide.
Copies of the Neighborhood Guide will be available in print by the middle of November so please come by City Hall and pick up a free copy.
How to read your water bill?
Wednesday, Sep 15 2010
In this time where conservation efforts are heightened, several residents ask how they know if they are conserving water. Well it starts with understanding how to read the bill and what the number associated with the water bill represents. The unit number on your bill is the amount of water used in a billing cycle in cubic feet in hundreds, with the hundred being implied. Therefore, in order to see how many gallons of water you have used in a billing cycle, simply multiply the unit on your bill by 748.
Example: 30 (unit on bill) X 748 (number of gallons in 100 cubic feet) = 22,440 Gallons of Water Used
If you have any additional questions please contact City Hall at 935-1533
City Council Votes to Reduce Water Restrictions to Stage I
Wednesday, Aug 25 2010
The City Council, at their regularly scheduled meeting, voted to reduce the water restrictions from Stage II conservation to Stage I Conservation due to decreased water use and a slight increase in future water allocations. Below are the regulations associated with Stage 1 Conservation:
No water customer shall sprinkle, water, or irrigate any shrubbery, trees, lawns, grass, groundcovers, plants, vines, gardens, vegetables, flowers, or any other landscaped or vegetated areas between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
Residential addresses ending in an EVEN NUMBER may use water on Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
Residential addresses ending in an ODD NUMBER and non-residential (irrespective of address) may use water on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
No irrigation shall occur on Thursdays
Free Water Conservation Kits Available at City Hall
Tuesday, Mar 02 2010
The City of Coalinga Comprehensive Water Conservation Kit is a water saving kit developed to decrease water consumption and combat declining ground and surface water levels.
Do your part to help us conserve our valley’s greatest resource, water! Please visit City Hall at 155 W. Durian Avenue and pick up your free Water Conservation Kit today! (Proof of residency is required)