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Image result for Water conservation clip artWater Conservation Results for 2018 are Released

The City's 2018 water consumption was 27% below that of the benchmark year 2013, saving over 222 million gallons (=682 acre feet) of water. Mayor Bruce Roundy commented, “Orland has always been an excellent community for working together to accomplish a community need.” Press Release

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The Orland City Council took final action to provide more opportunities for businesses in the City to promote themselves through outdoor advertising. The 5-0 decision allows large pylon and pole signage at specific “business centers” along the I-5 corridor, on which multiple businesses near that location can gain new freeway visibility.

Read press release for additional information and contact numbers.

23rd Annual Citizen's Academy

The Orland Police Department will be hosting its 23rd annual Citizen’s Police Academy beginning January 26, 2019. “The Orland Police Department Volunteers In Police Service is a valuable asset to the Orland community, Glenn County and the Orland Police Department” said Officer Kyle Cessna. The first step to becoming a member of the VIPS is to attend the Citizen’s Academy.

For more information on the Citizen’s Police Academy or the VIPS program contact Officer Kyle Cessna at the Orland Police Department (530)865-1616 or by email at kcessna@cityoforland.com. You can also stop by the Orland Police Department at 817 Fourth St.

 

An Easier Way to Submit Your Building Permit Application!

The City of Orland would like to announce a faster way for home owners and contractors to submit their application for a building permit. We are now accepting online application submissions. Visit the Building Department page on our website to get started now!

Orland Center for the Arts & Gallery

Longstock Moon by Linda Clark JohnsonDenise Granger Kerbs returns to the gallery December 7 through January 24, 2019. She is joined in this exhibit by 3 talented artists, new to the gallery: Lynn Miller, from Magalia, Sandy Obester, from Douglas City and Sacramento artist Linda Clark Johnson. The entire exhibit is the perfect gift "Celebrating the Season." In February, Peter Piatt, Steve Crane, Sharon Grabill and Eva Berg-Pugh will be showing their works. Each artist has mastered a medium and style that proves to be a perfect personal choice with broad appeal. Meet and talk with them at the Gallery's First Friday February 1. More information can be found on the Gallery's website. If you have not visited the Gallery, you can watch an interview on YouTube with Arts Commission Chairperson Rae Turnbull on the Gallery and artist Mollie Flath.

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The consultant selected by the Glenn County Transportation Commission (GCTC) to form a long-range, comprehensive plan for creating truly walkable and bikeable environments throughout the county, is putting together recommendations for the plan. For the second round of public outreach, a meeting was conducted before the City Council meeting October 15. To review what was presented and offer any comments: https://www.glenncountyatp.com/

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Being prepared means being equipped with the proper supplies you may need in the event of an emergency or disaster. Keep your supplies in an easy-to-carry emergency prepardness kit that you can use at home or take with you in case you must evacuate.

The American Red Cross is a good resource to reference.

Measure A Report Released

The City Council of the City of Orland on a 5-0 vote at their July 16, 2018 Council meeting accepted and authorized for publication the City's first-ever report of its local 1/2¢ transactions tax approved by voters in 2016 and known as "Measure A." More information can be found in their media release.

City of Orland Becomes the 40th Bee City USA in the Nation and the Queen Bee Capital of North Bee City USAAmerica

Press release and a short news clip from KRCR TV news.

Are You Frustrated with Your Internet Connection?

In conjunction with the California Public Utilities Commission, the Geographical Information Center (GIC) at CSU, Chico is collecting important data from our region to prove the case that improved service is desperately needed, and to show that in some areas, businesses are not receiving the speeds that their carriers are advertising. By completing the Survey and taking part in the CalSPEED usage study, you will be confirming or refuting carrier supplied information and helping provide a more accurate description of coverage in California.

ChicoER Editorial Columns About Orland

If you don't subscribe to the Chico Enterprise Record or you want a print-out to send to family and friends, we have provided David Little's editorials from December 18, 2016 and December 25, 2016.

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Placing fats, oil and grease down your drain costs you money by clogging private and public sewer line pipes. COOL IT – CAN IT- TRASH IT.

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