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Frerichs elected chair of SACOG board

365体育官网Davis City Councilman Lucas Frerichs has been elected chair of the Sacramento Area Council of Governments board of directors for 2020. SACOG provides transportation planning and funding for a six-county region that includes Yolo County and the city of Davis while also overseeing distribution of affordable housing allocations within those counties and assisting in transit, […]

Davis roads worst in region; council subcommittee to seek solutions

The city of Davis has the worst roads in the region, with a pavement condition index — the standard by which the quality of streets and bike paths is gauged — continuing to decline in recent years, according to a report presented to the City Council on Tuesday. The city’s roads PCI of 57 is […]

Fundraisers to support Citrus Circuits

365体育官网Community members can help support the 2020 season of the Davis high school robotics team Citrus Circuits by attending two upcoming fundraisers. The first takes place on Sunday, Jan. 26, from 5 to 9 p.m. at Chipotle, 227 E St., and the second on Saturday, Feb. 1, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Blaze Pizza, […]

Council moves forward with safety fix for East Davis bike path

365体育官网The Davis City Council on Tuesday moved forward with plans to improve safety on a bike route in East Davis heavily used by school children. Three of the five council members voiced support for extending the bike path that runs parallel and south of Loyola Drive to Tulip Lane and creating a bicycle and pedestrian […]

New year brings new strategic plan for county

Homelessness, climate action and farmland preservation are among the issues the Yolo County Board of Supervisors will focus on over the next five years as outlined in the board’s 2020-2024 strategic plan approved last month. The plan will serve as the board’s guiding document going forward, shaping discussion and decisions on issues ranging from safety […]

Council to consider options for improving bike safety at Ponteverde and Tulip

365体育官网An effort highlighted by a then-10-year-old Girl Scout more than four years ago to make bike travel in her east Davis neighborhood safer is nearing fruition. The Davis City Council on Tuesday will provide direction to staff on options to be included in a bid package for the Tulip and Ponteverde multi-use path extension project. […]

Planning commissioners recommend approval of University View townhouses

The Davis Planning Commission voted unanimously Wednesday to recommend that the owner of a single-family house on Russell Boulevard — currently home to student renters — be allowed to convert the site into four townhouses. The commission’s recommendation will go the City Council for final approval. “This is the kind of project we should be […]

‘Freedom to Park’ initiative falls short of required signatures

365体育官网Backers of an initiative that would ban parking meters in Davis and increase the supply of free parking downtown failed to gather the nearly 4,000 signatures within 180 days required by law but say they plan to try again in order to qualify for the November ballot. The “Freedom to Park” initiative, which had been […]

State awards Prop. 1 funds for affordable units at Sterling

More than $9 million in funds from Proposition 1 — the Veterans and Affordable Housing Act approved by voters in 2018 — are headed to Davis for the affordable housing units planned at the Sterling student-housing development currently under construction on Fifth Street. Those 38 affordable apartment units will provide housing for youth transitioning out […]

Ballot arguments submitted for local tax measures

In two months, Davis voters will make a pair of decisions that could significantly impact the quality of city services and school district programs well into the future. Those decisions: whether to approve a renewal of the city’s existing 1 percent sales tax and whether to impose a $198 school district parcel tax. Ballot arguments […]

‘No Party Preference’ voters may need to re-register to cast vote for president

365体育官网Yolo County voters who believe they mistakenly received a notice in the mail from the county election office indicating their options for voting in the March 3 presidential primary election as a “No Party Preference” voter may need to re-register in their party of choice or request a crossover ballot. The Yolo County Elections Office […]

Proposal would replace single-family home on Russell with four townhouses

365体育官网A single-family home on Russell Boulevard currently occupied by student renters would be demolished and replaced by four townhouses under a proposal currently undergoing city review. The University View Townhomes project is tentatively scheduled to go before the Davis Planning Commission on Jan. 8 for review and recommendation to the City Council. The proposal requires […]

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