November 8, 2016 Consolidated General Election
Nomination Papers are available starting Monday, July 18, 2016 for three Kerman City Council positions: one Mayoral position (2 year term), and two City Council positions (both 4 year terms). Nomination Papers can be obtained from the City Clerk’s Department, City Hall, 850 S. Madera Avenue, Kerman, 559-846-9380 or at the Fresno County Elections Office, 2221 Kern Street, Fresno, 559-600-8683. The nomination period closes on August 12, 2016. If incumbents do not file nomination papers, nomination period is extended to August 17, 2016. Please contact the City Clerk’s Department or Fresno Elections Office if you have any questions.
Spring Watering Schedule
The new watering schedule takes effect March 2, 2016 through November 30, 2016. Odd Number Addresses are allowed to water on Tuesday and/or Saturday only. Even Number Addresses can water on Wednesday and/or Sunday only. Continue Reading→
Animal Services Adopt-a-Pet
Open your heart to fostering an animal. The Kerman Animal Services Adopt-a-Pet facilitates the fostering of animals. They also provide information and photos on lost pets. The physical address of the Kerman Animal Shelter is 15485 W. Church Ave., Kerman, CA 93630. Visit the Kerman Adopt-a-Pet Facebook page at Kerman Animal Services. Remember fostering saves lives. Click here to access Animal Control information.
The 2016 Almond Festival was a great success.
Click here for a video of the event.
The City of Kerman operates the Kerman Transit bus, known as Dial-A-Ride, for residents within the city limits of Kerman and the Fresno County Rural Transit Agency (FCRTA) operates the Westside Transit with services to all of the westside cities. FCRTA is a Joint Powers Authority comprised of thirteen rural cities and the County to provide a coordinated transit system for rural Fresno County. Continue Reading→
2015 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report - We test the drinking water quality for many constituents as required by state and federal regulations. This report shows the results of our monitoring for the period of Jan. 1 – Dec. 31, 2015.
2015 Annual Drinking Water Qualilty Report - printable
The following list provides a description and contact information of emergency services available in Fresno County.
Catholic Charities Diocese of Fresno – (559) 237-0851 – Provides emergency food and clothing.
Central California Legal Services, Inc. – (559) 570-1200 – Assist the homeless with legal problems related to health, welfare, and public benefits.
El Puente – (559) 600-1647 – Provides a 32-unit housing facility (30 to 90 day stay) for families receiving Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC).
Evangel Home, Inc. – (559) 264-4714 – Provides temporary (28 days) emergency shelter to single women and women with children.
Fresno County Department of Behavioral Health – (559) 453-4099 – Provides permanent supportive housing for men and women; counseling, advocacy, street outreach, substance abuse treatment, life skills, mental health counseling and transportation.
Fresno County Economic Opportunities Commission (Fresno EOC) – (559) 498-8543 – Provides permanent supportive housing for men, women and families; transitional housing for transitional aged youth (18-24); Youth Shelter to at-risk, runaway, and homeless youths ages 11 to 17. All programs provide counseling, advocacy, street outreach, life skills and transportation.
Fresno County Office of Education – (559) 265-3000 – Provides services to homeless school age children. The goal is to provide access to educational opportunities.
Housing Authority of Fresno County – (559) 443-8431 – Provides permanent supportive housing to men, women, families, veterans and veteran families, persons with HIV/AIDS and their families; counseling, advocacy, life skills, street outreach and mental health counseling.
Fresno Rescue Mission – (559) 268-0939 – Provides temporary housing, food, and clothing to men, women, and children; residential substance abuse treatment program for men.
Holy Cross Center for Women – (559) 237-3379 – Provides day-care services to women with children, laundry services, rest, shower facilities, diapers, formula, clothing, counseling referrals, computers, English classes, heath training, and crafts.
Holy Cross Clinic at Poverello – (559) 442-4108 – Serving the homeless and uninsured by providing medical care and basic dental services.
Marjaree Mason Center – (559) 233-HELP (4357) – Provides safe house for victims of domestic violence including counseling, case management, advocacy and life skills.
Mental Health Systems Inc. – (559) 264-7521 – Provides permanent supportive housing for women and children; counseling, advocacy, substance abuse treatment, life skills and mental health counseling.
Poverello House – (559) 498-6988 – Provides meals, emergency clothing, showers, referrals, residential substance abuse treatment for men; temporary housing for men and women; advocacy, counseling, life skills, street outreach and transportation.
Naomi’s House – (559) 443-1531 – Provides temporary housing for women only, case management, life skills, street outreach, advocacy and transportation.
Salvation Army – (559) 233-0139 – Provides emergency food, some utility and rental assistance, substance abuse treatment for men and women.
Spirit of Woman – (559) 244-4353 – Provides residential substance abuse treatment for pregnant and parenting women, counseling, advocacy, life skills and mental health counseling.
Turning Point of Central California – (559) 233-2668 – Provides permanent supportive housing for men, women and families with counseling, advocacy, education, life skills, street outreach and mental health counseling.
VA Central California Health Care System – (559) 225-6100 – Provides services to veterans and their families, permanent supportive housing, counseling, advocacy, substance abuse treatment, health care, life skills, street outreach, mental health counseling and transportation.
Westcare – (559) 265-4800 – Provides permanent supportive housing for families, rapid rehousing for men, women and families; services to veterans and their families; counseling, advocacy, residential substance abuse treatment, life skills, street outreach, mental health counseling and transportation.
Energy Benchmark Your Business
The Fresno County Economic Development Corporation (EDC), in partnership with the City of Kerman, the Central Valley Energy Tune-Up, and Pacific Gas and Electric Company, is pleased to announce that a free energy efficiency benchmarking workshop will be held in Kerman for local businesses on August 3, 2016, at 2:00PM.
Learn how your specific facility’s energy use compares to your industry averages. Ask energy professionals about your company’s energy concerns. Find out what incentives you qualify for to pay for upgrades to lighting, refrigeration, HVAC, pumps, and more. Access zero interest financing to pay for any costs not covered by the variety of incentives in effect right now. Some incentives may not be available after 2016, so now is the time to maximize your opportunity for assistance.
Attendees must RSVP and provide a signed release allowing the program one-time access to energy use data for the business location or 13 months of paper utility bills well in advance of the event to complete the benchmark report. Call Margo Lerwill at the Fresno County EDC at 559-476-2503 to RSVP for the event or to reserve a spot on the waiting list for future events. Please keep in mind that each workshop can accommodate only 10-12 businesses.
We look forward to helping your business save energy and money and become as competitive and efficient as possible.
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