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  1. Planning Commission Denies Permits for Hare Creek Center

    The Planning Commission adopted a Resolution approving the Mitigated Negative Declaration for the proposed Hare Creek Center but denied the development permits for the project at its January 28, 2015 meeting. Read on...
  2. City Council Approves Use of CDBG Grant for Old Coast Hotel Acquisition

    On January 12, 2015, the Fort Bragg City Council approved the use of State Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds for acquisition of the Old Coast Hotel property at 101 North Franklin Street on behalf of Mendocino Coast Hospitality Center (MCHC). Read on...
  3. Town Hall Upgrade

    The City of Fort Bragg is currently remodeling the Town Hall building located at 363 North Main Street. The face lift began last October and is expected to be completed by early March. Read on...
  4. CRIA to Honor Three Local Officers

    The California Robbery Investigators Association will present Officer of the Year Awards to Mendocino County Sheriff's Deputy Ricky Del Fiorentino (posthumously), Lieutenant Gregory Stefani and Fort Bragg Police Lieutenant John Naulty on February 4, 2015. Read on...
  5. City of Fort Bragg Launches the City Mobile App and Citizen Request Tracker

    The City is launching a Mobile App allowing residents and visitors to access the newly designed website. The Request Tracker lets users notify staff of potholes, hazards, nuisance conditions, etc. Ideas & suggestions can also be made through the Tracker. 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.  


     

     



The City of Fort Bragg's apps are now available in the Apple app store or in the Google play store.

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City's iPhone app City's Android app

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