The City will host a Weed Our Trail event from 9 – 11 AM on Sunday, May 3. Bring your gloves and weeding tools to the Elm Street parking lot at 9 AM on May 3 and help us take care of our new park. Water and snacks will be provided. Read on...
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On May 5 the Mendocino County Board of Supervisors will consider amending the Mendocino County Lodging Business Improvement District (BID) Ordinance to reform the current governance structure which includes 5 boards, 56 board members and four 4 contracts. Read on...
The Fort Bragg Off-Leash Dog Park will be closed for maintenance beginning April 13 and will reopen on May 16. The dog park is located next to the C. V. Starr Community Center, 300 South Lincoln Street in Fort Bragg. Read on...
The City of Fort Bragg has installed new all-way stop signs at the intersection of Franklin and Laurel Streets and Franklin and Walnut Streets. At both intersections, through-traffic on Franklin Street will now be required to STOP. Read on...
You can now view City of Fort Bragg City Council and Planning Commission meetings on a live stream feed through the City's official website. Videos from the meetings are retained in an archive and can be watched online or downloaded and viewed later. Read on...
Coastal Trail Now Open
The City of Fort Bragg's newly constructed Coastal Trail was opened to the public on Saturday, January 31, 2015.
The trailhead and parking lot are located at the west end of Elm Street adjacent to Glass Beach. A new 8-foot wide paved trail extends along more than a mile of carefully restored coastal bluff drainage, soils and tender native seedlings with access to a stretch of coastline that has been behind the fences of the former mill site for more than a century. The trail will be open from dawn until dusk.
Read the Press Release. Visit the Coastal Trail web page.
Visitors and locals alike have been enjoying the beautiful new Coastal Trail which opened to the public on January 31, 2015. The trailhead and parking lot to the Northern portion of the trail are located at the west end of Elm Street adjacent to Glass Beach. A new 8-foot wide paved trail extends along more than a mile of carefully restored coastal bluff drainage, soils and tender native seedlings with access to a stretch of coastline that has been behind the fences of the former mill site for more than a century. The trail is open from dawn until dusk.
Construction has begun on the Southern portion of the Coastal Trail and is expected to be complete by September 2015.
Monthly Tsunami Siren Testing
The first Wednesday of each month, the Office of Emergency Services tests the Tsunami Sirens that have been placed in the Fort Bragg and Point Arena areas. If you live in or near the City of Fort Bragg or the City of Point Arena you may hear the siren emitting a full “wail” for 5 seconds and will then wind down for about 20 seconds until it comes to a stop.