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Communications Center
Tracy Sheldon
Communications Manager

(530) 318-9782

In May of 2011, the City Council adopted the first-ever Business Plan for the City that included several initiatives to improve communication between the City and the community. As a result, the City is now providing many opportunities for the community to contact staff, provide feedback, follow us on social media networks, keep up with news and information, sign up for notifications via cell phone text message or email, and report concerns, which also allows you to track our responsiveness. All of these communication methods are listed below and can be found throughout the website.

If you have other ideas to improve communication or help us stay connected, contact the City's Communication Manager, Tracy Sheldon at the number listed on the right.

If you want to reach a specific staff member, go to Staff Directory and search for their their name or click open one of the department listings. You can also use the search feature on every page (left side "Search our Site" )to enter key search terms.

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Report a Concern
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