1. Sanger Spotlights
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    Temporary Permit Allowing the Use of Public Right of Way - Effective 5 PM, July 14, 2020

    Emergency Order – Relating to Temporary Permits allowing use of public right-of-way during the COVID-19 state of emergency. Read on...
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    Further Business Closures - Effective 12 PM, July 14, 2020.

    To protect the health of the public and to conform to the statewide “shelter in place” order relating to ALL County Closure requirements within the City of Sanger until further notice subject to Executive Order 20-10. Click here to read Executive Order
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    Enroll in Great Plates Delivered for Seniors

    Currently enrolling Sanger Seniors Read on...
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    No Cost COVID-19- Testing / Pruebas de COVID-19 Sin Costo

    The Fresno County Department of Health has partnered with the City of Sanger to provide COVID-19 testing. SPANISH: El Departamento de Salud del Condado de Fresno en asociacio´n con la ciudad de Sanger estarán realizando pruebas de COVID-19 Read on...
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    NOTICE INVITING BIDS

    Faller Avenue Rehabilitation – Church Avenue to Florence Avenue Federal Aid Project No. STPL-5197 (037) Read on...
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    Executive Order City Wide Face Covering Requirement

    To protect the health of the public and to conform to the statewide “shelter in place” order relating to city wide face covering requirements within the City of Sanger until further notice subject to the following order. Additional Info...
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    Citizen's Oversight Committee Member Applications

    The City of Sanger is accepting applications to fill 3 seats on the Citizen's Oversight Committee Read on...
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    Water Shut Off Policy

    The State legislature has enacted Senate Bill 998 (“SB 998”) known as the Water Shut Off Protection Act. It is intended to help residential water users who lose access to water service due to their inability to pay. Read on...