Please click here to get the most current information and data on Fort Bragg's water emergency, including:
- Daily Distribution Flow Totals
- Frequently Asked Quesitons
- Water Conservation
- Leak Detection
- Stage 3 Information
- Water Saving Tips from the Community
- Water Emergency Press Releases
- Chapter 14.06 - Water Conservation - Fort Bragg Municipal Code
Compass Rose on the Coastal Trail at Otsuchi Point
Guest House Museum
Morning in Noyo Harbor
Pudding Creek Trestle
Crab Fishing Buoys
Kids at Water Festival
Stores on Laurel Street
Whale Bones Excavation
Please take 10 minutes of your time and complete the CGAP Community Climate Survey designed to collect the public's opinions regarding health problems and issues that affect Fort Bragg's youth. Your feedback is important. Read on...
On November 9, the Fort Bragg City Council unanimously called for a special election in response to a ballot initiative to prohibit social service organizations in the Central Business District unless they existed in the CBD prior to January 1, 2015. Read on...
The City of Fort Bragg remains in a Stage 3 Water Emergency. The situation is still urgent and the City asks the entire community to work together to PLEASE CONSERVE AS MUCH WATER AS POSSIBLE during this emergency. Read on...
The City will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the South Fort Bragg Coastal Trail on December 1, 2015 at 12:30. Access at the Cypress Street gate. Read on...