Victorville News for April 22, 2018

Public Hearings Regarding Sewer & Solid Waste Rates:  June 5

The City of Victorville will hold public hearings regarding proposed revisions to rates for sewer and solid waste handling and collection services.  The hearings are planned for June 5 at 6 p.m. at City Hall.  More information is available in the Notices of Public Hearing and Rate Studies posted below.

Public Hearing Notice: Sewer (English)  (Spanish)              Rate Study: Sewer

Public Hearing Notice: Solid Waste (English)  (Spanish)    Rate Study: Solid Waste

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Keith C. Metzler Named Victorville City Manager

Assistant City Manager Keith C. Metzler, a Victorville native with more than 22 years of service to the City, was appointed City Manager on April 17 by the City Council.  Learn more about Keith in our Press Release.   

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2018 State Of The City

Members of the Victorville City Council recently reported on the State of our City.  Click here to watch a video of the presentation and to learn about the key ingredients in our "Recipe for a Strong Victorville."

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Job Openings for Fire Captains, Engineers & Firefighter/Paramedics

We are seeking qualified applicants for our new city fire department.  Applications for Captains, Engineers and Firefighter/Paramedics have just been posted in our Current Jobs section.  Learn more in our Press Release and follow this link to see the applications.  The positions will be open until filled. 

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Low-Cost Dog Vaccination & Adoption Event:  April 21

Need to get that cute pooch of yours vaccinated?  Looking for a new 'fur-ever' friend?  Come out to City Hall for our Low-Cost Dog Vaccination & Adoption Event, April 21 from 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.  Learn more in our Press Release and Flyer

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City Selects Greg Benson to Lead New Fire Department

After a nationwide search, we have selected Greg Benson to serve as Fire Chief for the City of Victorville Fire Department.  Benson is a former fire chief with more than 35 years of experience in the public safety sector and oversaw the formation of a fire department previously.  He will begin work on April 23.  Learn more about Chief Benson in our press release

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