Arcata in the News
City Council 2015/16 Goal Setting Session (#2 OF 2) March 30 agenda is online, eComment period is OPEN
The Arcata City Council conducts its second of two goal setting sessions for the 2015-2016 fiscal year on Monday, March 30, 2015 from 9 a.m. to 12 noon in the Arcata City Council Chamber. See the Council's agenda and video archives.
Help the North Coast Stormwater Coalition take their pollution prevention program to the next level by taking their Stormwater Survey. Take the survey online at http://goo.gl/forms/mH5xdA6i05 or pick up a paper copy at Arcata City Hall's Environmental Services Department. Your input can make the world of a difference to the creatures that share our creeks and bays.Read more about the 2015 Stormwater Survey
Construction on the Arcata Bicycle Boulevard in Downtown Arcata along I, J, 10th and 11th Streets is entering final phases. On Wednesday, March 11, workers will install an all-way stop at the corner of 11th and I Streets. Please follow traffic instructions around the work site. The City has contracted with Mercer-Fraser Company to perform road work which will take place from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Click here for a list of work locations and improvements. Please contact the City's Public Works Department at (707) 822-5957 for more information.More on the Arcata Bicycle Boulevard construction
“I pop up on bears all the time,” says Arcata’s Natural Resources Technician Michael McDowall. Since 2007, Michael has been surveying spotted owls, amphibians and carnivores in and around Arcata. He also monitors the forest's growth, and works with downtown businesses to reduce storm water pollution. Rainy weather can make his outdoor job challenging, but Michael says, “Everyone in the Environmental Services Department really believes in what they're doing. When people do something wholeheartedly, you get high quality work.”Our People...Our Community...Ourcata
Improve your health, reduce stress and help create a harmonious Plaza atmosphere through community Tai Chi. Instructor Ron Sieh leads classes on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 12 noon to 1 p.m. on the Arcata Plaza. People of all ages and abilities are welcome to practice for 30 minutes or stay for the full hour. Classes are $3 to drop in or $20 for a ten class pass. Call Arcata Recreation at (707) 822-7091 for more information.More about community Tai Chi on the Plaza