Victorville News for June 21, 2018

Victorville Task Force to Conduct Fireworks Sweeps

A task force comprised of Sheriff's Deputies, Code Enforcement Officers and Animal Control Officers will conduct sweeps throughout the City to locate and cite those using fireworks starting June 22.  All fireworks are illegal in Victorville.  Violators will be fined up to $1,000 and could receive up to six months in jail.  Press Release

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Sponsors & Vendors Invited to Join Fall Festival

Fall Festival is the High Desert's largest, family-friendly street festival; and we invite you to join us, Oct. 5 & 6!  Be a sponsor or vendor of this community event that attracts more than 15,000 people.  Learn more about sponsorship opportunities and how to register to be a food vendor in our Press Release.

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Fireworks are Illegal in Victorville

All fireworks, even those considered safe and sane, are strictly prohibited in the City of Victorville.   Penalties include fines up to $1,000 and six months in jail.  As a safe alternative, attend our FREE fireworks show at the Fairgrounds on July 4th, and leave the fireworks to the professionals.  Press Release

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FREE Desert Landscaping Workshops

In June, we will co-host two FREE workshops with the Mojave Water Agency that are designed to help you create and maintain drought-tolerant landscapes using water conservation strategies. The workshops are planned for June 23 and 30 at City Hall.   Press Release        Register Now:  June 23 Workshop     June 30 Workshop

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Contract Extension for Fire Services Announced

We joined forces with San Bernardino County Fire to announce approval of a nine-month extension to our existing fire services contract.  Learn more in our Press Release.

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Official Statement

We have received questions regarding the possible recall of one of our City Council Members.  Review this statement to see the City's official response.

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