|Jan. 30, 2015
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This story is part of an ongoing series featuring Helen Putnam Award entries. The 2014 entries are available on the League’s website as a resource for cities in a searchable database called California City Solutions. The Jessen Drive Bridge project was submitted in 2014 for the Public Works, Infrastructure, and Transportation award category.
CA City Solutions, Helen Putnam, Public Works
Join the City Attorneys Department of the League of California Cities on Feb. 18 from 10-11:30 a.m. for an informative webinar on land use. Attorney participants can receive 1.5 hours of MCLE credit.
Meetings and Events, Land Use, City Attorneys
Each year, the League of California Cities’ City Managers’ Department accepts nominations for three prestigious awards honoring distinguished members of the department: the Wes Clure Award of Distinction, the John H. Nail Memorial Award and the Award for the Advance of Diverse Communities. This year the department selected just two winners, who were proudly announced at the City Mangers Department conference this week in San Francisco.
The California Financing Coordinating Committee (CFCC) will be hosting six different free funding fairs throughout the state between April and September of this year. These events are designed to provide information about currently available infrastructure grant, loan and bond financing programs and options. Attendees will also have an opportunity to speak directly with program staff about specific projects and issues affecting their communities.
Grants and Funding, Infrastructure
The League and Western City are looking for a wide range of city hall images to help showcase the diversity of California city government. City halls serve as a hub of community engagement, and these buildings are essential elements of. In many cases, a city hall’s architectural style reflects the time period when the city was formed. In other cases, city halls are repurposed buildings given a second life.