Victorville News for July 27, 2017

Sponsors and Vendors Sought for 16th Annual Fall Festival! 

We invite you to be a part of the premier, family-friendly, street fair in the Victor Valley.  Our Fall Festival is planned for Oct. 6 & 7 at Victorville City Hall.  Due to popular demand, we've added Friday night festivities!  Interested Sponsors and Vendors, please don't delay! 

Sponsor Application          Vendor Application      Press Release (Revised)

 

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Help Build a Stronger and Safer Community by Attending National Night Out

The Victorville Police Department will be hosting the 34th Annual National Night Out on Aug. 1 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Victorville City Hall.  Learn about keeping your family and home safe while enjoying great food and fun.  Click here to see the Event Flyer.

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Celebrate the 4th of July in Victorville

Bring the family out for the biggest and most spectacular fireworks show in the High Desert. Fireworks start at 9 p.m. at the Fairgrounds. Admission and parking are free!  No pets, alcohol or BBQ's permitted. Tune into the Route 103.1 FM to hear the show!   As a friendly reminder, fireworks are prohibited in the City of Victorville.  Please leave the fireworks to the professionals.  See more details in our Press Release

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Website Redesign Survey - Have Your Say!  Deadline Extended to July 15

We are in the beginning stages of a complete redesign of our website.  Please share your thoughts to help us design a website to best serve you.  The survey is available until July 15.  Click here to take the survey.  We value your input!

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Neighborhood Watch Informational Meeting

If you'd like to learn more about the Neighborhood Watch program come out to this Informational Meeting for all residents of the High Desert, July 10 at the Hesperia Police Department.  Learn more in this Flyer.

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High Temperatures Expected

San Bernardino County has issued a heat advisory.  Higher than normal temperatures are expected in our area through Wednesday, June 21.  Please take necessary precautions to protect you and your loved ones.  Safety tips can be found in this Press Release.  Click this link to access real-time heat risk information from the National Weather Service, and click this link for a list of cooling centers

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