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/.
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!
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Join the Clovis Police Department at Sierra Vista Mall (next to MB2) on Friday, November 27, 2015, for the Black Friday Blackout event. A Blackhawk helicopter will deliver the first gift of Christmas and Santa will choose one lucky child to receive it! There will be car seat safety and Avoid the 21 information with a demonstration. View the event flyer (pdf) for more information.
The City of Clovis invites you to the annual lighting of the City's Christmas Tree on Monday, December 7, 2015. The event starts at 6:30 p.m. outside the Clovis Civic Center at 1033 Fifth Street. Join in the merriment as Santa arrives by City of Clovis Fire Truck, delighting the children and families with his presence and becomes the center of attention as he lights the Christmas tree along with the Mayor of Clovis. Refreshments will be served in the City Hall foyer following the ceremony. Bring your camera to take pictures with Santa. Join our family and enjoy the magic of this special time of year! For further information, please contact the City of Clovis Recreation at 324-2780 or see the event flyer (pdf).
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. Additional information is available at the California Drought website.
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The City of Clovis is creating an Active Transportation Plan. The plan will create 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 www.ci.clovis.ca.us/atp. The website features an interactive map where users can provide input.
Visit the Dry Creek Trailhead at Sunnyside and Shepherd in Clovis. This rest area/trailhead is an innovative facility that has stormwater storage in chambers under the parking lot. The park has drought tolerant plants and trees and low maintenance costs. We encourage the community to use the nearby trails to improve health and reduce air pollution. This project is a 2015 Urban Forestry Award Winner, a 2015 Helen Putnam Award Winner, and received the Award of Excellence for a Transportation Enhancement project at the 2015 San Joaquin Valley Blueprint Awards. Also, on November 5, 2015, this project was awarded the Project of the Year by the American Public Works Association Central California Chapter.
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