Despite roughly 30 percent of bus rapid transit riders not paying their fare to ride the bus, the City of Fresno seems pretty unconcerned. Why?
The City of Clovis is working with Fresno’s Metropolitan Flood Control District to obtain and execute a federal grant to boost water security for the city.
The City of Fresno may loan nearly $400,000 of its federal HOME funds to an affordable housing project proposed for Chinatown.
Fresno sees fortune in its “Reverse Triangle.” Before it can boom, the City is looking to approve a plan to revitalize properties along Elm Avenue.
Fresno Police Auditor John Gliatta sat down with The San Joaquin Valley Sun to discuss the challenges of oversight in today’s law enforcement environment.
The County of Fresno is looking at nearly doubling a $1,637 fee for single-family housing units to account for transportation instrastructure costs.
Fresno’s City Council met three times in 11 weeks this summer, less than neighboring cities. Rife with internal divisions, did Council members need a break?
Despite a road block in easing bus access across Shaw Ave, transportation officials are undeterred – investing in technicians to keep busses running.
New owners of the Clovis cardroom pitched City officials on a flat yearly licensing fee of $660,000, more than double the average fees paid in recent years.
The neighborhood of Blackstone and Barstow is proving to be a key hub of activity for developers of all stripes, including hoteliers.