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Programs at the West Sacramento Library in June

Programs at the West Sacramento Library in June

(Woodland, CA) – The following special programs will be held during the month of June at Yolo County’s Arthur F. Turner Community Library, located at 1212 Merkley Avenue in West Sacramento:

• June 1: Summer Reading Program Kick-off Celebration, 4:00 p.m. Everyone is invited to come play games, sign up for the 2016 Summer Reading Program and enter for a chance to win prizes.

• June 7: Sports Themed Coloring Pages, 11:00 a.m. Kids ages 6-12 and their parents and caretakers are invited to come to the library and participate in sports-themed coloring. The best coloring page will win a prize! All supplies will be provided by the library.

• June 9 and 23: All Things String, 6:00 p.m. This crafting circle is for anyone who knits, crochets, embroiders or enjoys fiber art. Bring your current project or start something new.

Stockton Civic Auditorium open as cooling center

Stockton Civic Auditorium open as cooling center

Stockton, CA - The City of Stockton has established the Stockton Memorial Civic Auditorium as an official cooling center to provide the community a safe and cool gathering place during the current extreme heat emergency. The Civic Auditorium, located at 525 N. Center Street, will open today at 12:30p and remain open until 8p. The Civic Auditorium cooling center will open daily from 11a – 8p, through Friday, July 5, 2013.

Members of the community, who need a cool, safe place to escape the heat, can come to the South Hall of the Civic Auditorium (enter on Fremont Street) where security will be assigned and tables, chairs and water will available.

Ramp closures planned on Highway 99 this week

Ramp closures planned on Highway 99 this week

Drivers travelling on Highway 99 through Stockton or Woodbridge may experience some delays due to ramp closures this week.

The Woodbridge Road offramp will be closed through Friday, June 7 from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. for road maintenance on northbound 99.

The Mariposa Road exit and entrance in both directions on Highway 99 in Stockton, in addition to both entrance and exit ramps for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard on southbound 99, will also be closed Wednesday through Friday from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. 

The Market at Delta College!

The Market at Delta College!

Announcing...The Market at Delta College! (Previously known as the Flea Market) 
New Name and New Location!

Come out and see what The Market has to offer!

Visit The Market in its New Location
S. Burke Bradley Road @ Pacific Avenue

Every Weekend • Rain or Shine!

Parking meters going digital in Stockton

From the City of Stockton.

The City of Stockton is upgrading all parking meters in downtown Stockton.  Beginning in January 2012, the Central Parking District will begin converting older mechanical models with new digital internal mechanisms and displays.  With the new installment, parking meter rates will increase.  Current parking meter rates range from .25 cents to .50 cents per hour.  Rates will increase to $1.00 per hour for all parking meters when the meters are upgraded.

Construction work to begin on Grider Way soon

Construction work to begin on Grider Way soon

STOCKTON - Road construction work is scheduled to begin within the next two weeks to connect Grider Way to Whistler Way, between Lower Sacramento Road and Davis Road, as part of the North Stockton Railroad Grade Separations project. Access to local businesses on Grider Way and Lower Sacramento Road will be maintained at all times during construction.

Roadwork on Lower Sacramento Road will begin in Summer 2011. As part of the planned work, Lower Sacramento Road will be closed between Grider Way and Marlette Road. During its closure, northbound traffic on Lower Sacramento Road will be directed via Grider Way and Whistler Way to Davis Road. Grider Way will be ready to carry traffic by the end of May and will be functional prior to the closing of Lower Sacramento Road. As a result, traffic volumes will increase on Whistler Way.

Funding approved for radar speed signs

Funding approved for radar speed signs

STOCKTON - The City of Stockton has received a Highway Safety Improvement Project (HSIP) Grant to fund the purchase and installation of Radar Speed Feedback signs at 16 locations, 10 of which are in school zones. Project design will begin in August 2011 and construction is expected to be completed by March 2012.

The purpose of the signs is to address neighborhood traffic issues, including speed-related collisions and pedestrian and bicycle safety. Signs will be installed at the following locations:

· Swain Road, between Pacific Avenue and El Dorado Street

· El Dorado Street, between Robinhood and Swain Road

· Stanfield Drive, between Kelley Drive and Chauncy Circle (W)

· Kelley Drive, between Mosher Slough and Salters Drive

· Filbert Street, between E.