Here's a look at the schedule for the Fourth of July concert and fireworks show, along with a map of street closures.
The Downtown Vacaville Business Improvement, together with the City of Vacaville, will be hosting a Town Hall meeting to listen to ideas and feedback regarding downtown development.
To better serve the public, the City will be upgrading its phone system on Saturday, June 4.
Vacaville Fiesta Day, Inc. is a private non-profit community event that is organized and run by volunteers. Each year, they work hard to bring a variety of family friendly events and entertainment for the last week of May.
With Memorial Day and July 4th fast approaching, we'd like to remind our residents and visitors that all fireworks are illegal in the City of Vacaville.
The next prescription drug take-back day is set for April 30, 2016.
The 11th annual Recreation Expo will take place April 23 at the Three Oaks Community Center.
In preparation for a series of storms moving through the region over the weekend, sand bags are now available at the Irene Larsen Softball Complex.
A variety of development topics will be discussed at the March 15 Planning Commission meeting, including home designs for Brighton Landing and Southtown, as well as a 132,000-square-foot self-storage facility.
The City is still accepting applications for positions on the Planning Commission and Community Services Commission. Deadline to submit an application is 9 a.m. March 23.
The City of Vacaville Planning Commission will be meeting twice in August to discuss adoption of the General Plan Update.
Several downtown streets will be closed to traffic for the July 4 celebration.
Mayor Steve Hardy and City Manager Laura Kuhn presented the 2014 State of the City on Friday, April 11 at the Travis Credit Union Community Room.
As part of Coastal Cleanup Day, the City of Vacaville is holding Creek Cleanup Day! Volunteers are needed to help clean trash and other debris from our local creeks, waterways an dother areas.
The City of Vacaville wants all of our residents to enjoy a safe, fun Fourth of July, as well as remind everyone that all forms of fireworks are illegal in the City, including so-called “safe and sane” fireworks.
The City of Vacaville will hold its annual Fourth of July Celebration & Fireworks Spectacular at the Creekwalk in Andrews Park!
In an effort to increase the rental housing stock in the state new California legislation (SB 13, AB68, AB587, AB881, AB670, AB671) limits the regulations and fees associated with the construction of new Accessory Dwelling Units. New policies go into effect January 2020.
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Residents who are interested in installing a permanent backup generator must first obtain a permit.
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Just in time for Veterans Day, the City of Vacaville’s new Hometown Hero banners will be installed on city-owned lights along Peabody Road on Saturday, Nov. 9.
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