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  1. Monthly Tsunami Siren Testing

    Beginning Wednesday, November 5, 2014, and the first Wednesday of each month thereafter, the Office of Emergency Services will test the Tsunami Sirens that have been placed in the Fort Bragg and Point Arena areas. Read on...
  2. City of Fort Bragg Awarded $2 Million Community Development Block Grant

    Earlier this week, the State Department of Housing & Community Development notified the City that it has been awarded a $2 million Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) that will fund a number of important community and economic development activities. Read on...
  3. Water Conservation Ideas

    The City requested that all businesses and residents take immediate actions to reduce water consumption. Read on...
  4. Emergency Preparedness

    Nobody likes to think about emergencies, but they are a fact of life. Check out the city's new Emergency Preparedness page for tips on how to prepare your family or business for the next emergency! Read on...
  5. City of Fort Bragg Declares a Stage 1 Water Emergency

    City Manager Linda Ruffing has declared an immediate State 1 Water Emergency in accordance with Fort Bragg Municipal Code Chapter 14.06. A Stage 1 Water Emergency establishes mandatory conservation measures and is intended to reduce water use by 10%. Read on...
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  1. GP Mill Site
    Otsuchi Point on GP Mill Site
    The City of Fort Bragg has been working for several years to complete the Fort Bragg Coastal Trail project which will provide public access to Fort Bragg's coast for the first time in over a century. The project will be constructed in 2014 and 2015. [Read More]

    Monthly Tsunami Siren Testing

    Beginning Wednesday, November 5, 2014, and the first Wednesday of each month thereafter, the Office of Emergency Services will test 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.  [Read More]


     

     



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