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News and Announcements

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Daffodil Hill Now Open – just 15 miles east of Jackson!  Click here for more information.

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Argonaut Lane Closure Scheduled for March 16-20.  The Environmental Protection Agency has scheduled a soil removal plan at the intersection of Argonaut Lane and Pioneer Street the week of March 16-20 (school break week).  To accommodate this work, Argonaut Lane will be closed between Mariposa Avenue and Westview Drive, 24 hours a day during this time.  Sorry for the inconvenience.

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The City of Jackson Draft Energy Action Plan was approved by the City Council on February 23.  The Energy Action Plan is a roadmap for expanding energy-efficiency and renewable-energy efforts already underway in the City.    
The Draft Energy Action Plan can be viewed by clicking here.
 

» 2014 – 2019 Housing Element draft for the cities of Ione, Sutter Creek and Jackson for review. This Housing Element describes the cities’ plans for addressing the housing needs of their residents through June 30, 2019.
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Community Assessment Provides Local Data.  The First 5 Amador organization has assembled an in depth look at Amador County and its citizenry, particularly the children in the County.  Click here to view the report, and call 257-1092 for more information.

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FREE Parking Returns to Jackson!  Thanks to the Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort, free three hour parking is available on Main Street in Jackson.  Sponsored by the Jackson Rancheria, visitors to historic Main Street in Jackson can keep their quarters in their pocket and enjoy all the great shops in the downtown area!

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Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Available in Downtown Jackson!  After receiving two Charging Stations from a California Energy Commission grant, the City of Jackson now has two stations up and running.  One is at the Civic Center at 33 Broadway, and the other is across the highway from the Fire Station in the old Mel & Faye’s location next to the rest rooms.  Click here for more information!

» E-Billing for Water/Sewer Now Available!  Jackson water and sewer customers can now conveniently receive their monthly bill via e-mail rather than snail mail.  Just sign-up through the link on the right (On-line water/sewer billing services) or click here to register.  You’ll need a copy of your current bill with your customer number to sign up (or call City Hall at 223-1646 for your account number).  You can also pay your bill on-line.  Please call City Hall if you have any questions.

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Façade Grant Funding Still Available.  The City’s Façade Improvement Grant Program is now open to any business within the city limits of Jackson.  Previously offered only on Main Street, the program that provides up to one-third funding for beautification projects is now open to any commercial property in Jackson.  Don’t delay, funding is limited and available on a first-come basis.  Click here for additional information.

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New Wastewater Discharge Permit Approved.  A renewal of the City’s wastewater discharge permit (NPDES Permit) was approved by the Regional Water Quality Control Board on December 5, 2013.  This will allow the City to continue discharging treated wastewater effluent to Jackson Creek. The EIR Addendum (and previous EIR document) can be viewed by clicking here.

Take a virtual tour of the City’s wastewater treatment plant.

» Looking for commercial property in Jackson?  Click here for a listing of available property and contact information.  Listings are free, so if you have a vacant building you would like added to this list, please e-mail it to the Revitalization Committee.
» There's an app for Jackson!  The City of Jackson has worked with App-Order.com to create an iPhone/Android app for citizens with these mobile devices to report conditions needing City attention such as potholes, water leaks, graffiti and other neighborhood enhancement items.  The app is called "myJackson" and can be found either in the iTunes store for the iPhone or the Android app store for phones based on this software platform.  Just snap a picture, add a brief description, click a button and send it in to the City.  (itunes link to myJackson app)

 

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» Live Scan Fingerprinting Services Available at JPD.  The Jackson Police Department now offers convenient fingerprinting services to the public using the digital Live Scan fingerprinting process.  If you need to be fingerprinted for a new job, youth sport league or any other purpose, you can come get "rolled" at the JPD five days per week (except furlough Fridays).  Appointments are recommended.
» Keep Local Roads Safe - Report Drunk Drivers: Call 9-1-1


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Up Coming Events

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Dandelion Days on March 21-22 WeekendThe Lions Club annual event in downtown Jackson will take place on March 21-22 this year.  Come enjoy the pancake breakfast, participate in the 5K run, then enjoy all of the arts and crafts, local organization booths and yummy food throughout downtown.

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The Amador County Recreation Agency (ACRA) offers several ongoing recreation programs and events.  Please check the Parks & Recreation Services page for updated information!

» Event & Meeting Calendar

 

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City Council
2nd & 4th Mondays
at 7 pm

Planning Commission
Every 3rd Monday
at 6:30 pm

Revitalization Committee
Next Meeting 09/11/14
at 6 pm

Site Plan Review Committee
Every Thursday
at 10:00 am
      (but only as needed)

Design Review Committee
1st & 3rd Tuesdays
at 3:00 pm
(but only as needed)

Accessibility Board of Appeals
Meets as Needed

Cemetery Committee
Every 2nd Wednesday
at 10 am

 


 
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