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  1. Noyo Center Hosts Tsunami Debris Talk

    The Noyo Center for Marine Science and Eben Schwartz of the California Coastal Commission will host a discussion entitled, "Tsunami Debris Talk: Is California Feeling the Impact?" on Friday, March 6, 2015 from 7:00 to 9:00 PM at Town Hall, 363 N. Main St. Read on...
  2. Public Hearing on Draft EIR for Highway 20 Waste Transfer Station

    A Public Hearing is set for March 19, 2015 at 6:00 PM at Town Hall, 363 North Main Street, Fort Bragg regarding the Draft EIR for the Central Coast Transfer Station project at 30075 State Route 20 pursuant to California Environmental Quality Act. Read on...
  3. City Council to Hear Two Appeals Regarding Hare Creek Center

    Fort Bragg City Council will hear two appeals regarding the Hare Creek Center project on Monday, March 23, 2015 at Town Hall, 363 North Main Street: (1) Denial of the planning permits for the project; (2) Approval of the Mitigated Negative Declaration. Read on...
  4. City Introduces Two New Web Pages for Upcoming Agenda Items

    The City of Fort Bragg added two new pages to its official website where visitors can view pending agenda items for both City Council and Planning Commission meetings. Read on...
  5. Free Legal Assistance Offered to Low-Income Persons

    Starting February 17, low-income persons can receive free legal assistance in guardianship matters and criminal records clean-up. The Guardianship Project and Clean Slate Project are offered by the Superior Court and Legal Services of Northern California. Read on...
  6. Take the Storm Water Survey!

    North Coast Storm Water Coalition invites all community members to participate in the 2015 Storm Water Survey. 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.  


     

     



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