City of San Jacinto Job Opening: Maintenance Worker I
An entry level position in the maintenance worker series is now open. Applications close on May 12, 2016. See the complete description and requirements.
- Maintenance Worker I Job Opening
- Download the City's Job Application
Public Hearing on Consideration of the 2015 Urban Water Management Plan Update
The City of San Jacinto has prepared a draft of the 2015 Urban Water Management Plan Update. There will be a public hearing on the plan update on Tuesday, May 3, 2016, at 6:30 p.m at the San Jacinto Unified School District Board Room, 2045 San Jacinto Avenue, San Jacinto. See the Notice of Public Hearing.
- 2015 Urban Water Management Plan Update Draft
Housing Rights and Responsibilities Workshops
The Inland Fair Housing and Mediation Board (IFHMB) is providing informative presentations about California Laws on evictions, repairs and security deposits, federal and state housing discrimination laws, and housing rights and individuals living with disabilities. The workshops will take place in varous Inland Empire locations throughout May. Download the flyer: English | Spanish
El Niño: Are you ready?
With the El Niño weather pattern emerging, it’s critical to prepare yourself for any contingency regarding this unusual phenomenon. In fact, preparing for it is as simple as clicking the links listed below. These links provide useful information about El Nino, its expected impacts and how to develop a plan to keep you prepared for the worst.
Important El Niño related information:
- RivCoReady.com - Are you prepared for El Nino? Don't wait until it's too late!
- California Storm Ready
- National Weather Service - Turn Around Don't Drown
- Flood Prepare California! Be Aware. Be Prepared. Take Action.
- Ready2015. Prepare. Plan. Stay Informed.
- FEMA El Nino Resources
- SCE Getting Ready for El Nino Storms - SCE preparations and important safety tips
It is the responsibility of the property owners to protect private property prior to storm events. To do so, sandbags can be purchased at local hardware stores and/or building supply stores. Check with the local fire station for availability of sand.
FEMA Urges Californians to Purchase Flood Insurance
In light of the anticipated El Niño storms and rains, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is urging Californians to buy flood insurance, even if they live in areas of low to moderate risk. Californians can find information on flood insurance and build flood risk profiles on the website FloodSmart.gov.
Through funding from the State of California’s Strategic Growth Council, the City of San Jacinto is beginning a community-based planning process to create the Downtown San Jacinto Specific Plan. This plan will provide long-term guidance for positive growth and change to enhance the quality of life in San Jacinto. Click here for more project information, including upcoming public participation events, key project documents, and overall project updates. Your participation is important to the success of this process! Learn more...
Street Sweeping Enforcement Notice
Effective July 1, 2015, the City of San Jacinto is enforcing street sweeping parking restrictions. Vehicles parked on the street on assigned street sweeping days will be ticketed.
If you get a citation...
You can pay the citation online: CitationProcessingCenter.com.
If you have questions about the citation, you can call: 1 (800) 989-2058
Water Conservation Notice
As per the governor's Executive Order B-29-15, the City of San Jacinto is implementing ithe Stage 2 Water Supply Shortage Measures.
Learn more about the measures...
Riverside County - Dial 211
...(or 1-800-464-1123) for easy-to-use source of caring, professional guidance, and advocacy 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, provided by the Volunteer Center of Riverside County. For more information see the flyers in English or Spanish, or visit: www.211riversidecounty.org.
South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) "Replace Your Ride" Vehicle Trade-in Program
You may be eligible for vouchers and incentives for trading in your older, more-polluting car or pickup truck for a cleaner, fuel efficient vehicle. See the program flyer or visit the SCAQMD website.