Riverside City Meetings 6/27-7/3/2022
A short pre-4th week at City Hall. City Council votes on the Five-Year Plan to Reduce Homelessness and hears from Public Works about Solid Waste challenges and solutions.
Board of Public Utilities Receives Wildfire Mitigation Plan, Invites Public to Water System Report
Monday evening, the Board of Public Utilities will hold a Public Hearing for the presentation of the 2022 Public Water System Report On Public Health Goals.
The Board will vote to approve the Riverside Public Utilities 2022 Wildfire Mitigation Plan, Version 2, for submittal to the Wildfire Safety Advisory Board.
Public Utilities will submit for approval annual purchase orders, existing contract purchase orders, annually recurring expenditures over $50,000 and purchase orders with multi-year cost over $50,000 for Fiscal Year 2022-23. The total of all orders is $33,909,653.
Finally, the Board will conduct their annual review of the Code of Ethics and Conduct and submit any recommendations to the Board of Ethics for consideration.
MONDAY JUNE 27 6:30PM: Board of Public Utilities | Art Pick Council Chamber, 3900 Main St
Presentation - 2022 Public Water System Report On Public Health Goals
Presentation - Wildfire Mitigation Plan 2022
Presentation - Fiscal Year 2022-23 Annual Purchase Orders
City Council Gets Solid Waste Update, Conducts Hearing on Homelessness Plan
On Tuesday, in the afternoon session, the Public Works Department gives a requested update to the City Council on the Solid Waste Division. The presentation addresses impacts on the industry and Riverside specifically, and outlines how the Division is addressing these challenges.
In the 6:15 session, the Council will hold a Public Hearing on the Office of Homeless Solutions' Five-Year Plan to Reduce Homelessness. The Plan integrates planning requirements of Federal and State Funding Opportunities.
After the hearing, the City will vote on the recommended Plan draft and further actions needed to access $4.3M of HOME Investment Partnerships Program–American Rescue Plan funds.