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Posted on: May 15, 2019

Preferred Downtown Complete Streets Plan

photo of bicyclist on what Main Street could look like

City Council directed Public Works staff to move forward with the Preferred Downtown Complete Streets Plan at their May 14th Meeting. Staff will continue to gather additional information from the community. If you'd like to give your input, please complet...

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Posted on: May 7, 2019

Celebration of New Trail and Neighborhood Greening Project

kids planting a tree

On Friday May 3rd, Rolling Hills Middle School students and school administrators, City of Watsonville staff and officials, Watsonville Wetlands Watch, and neighbors celebrated the opening of the new trail and neighborhood greening project within Hazelwoo...

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Posted on: May 2, 2019

Pajaro Valley High Students Pledge to be Plastic Free

students at Pajaro Valley High School holding up their reusable water bottle

The City of Watsonville's Outreach Team teamed up with six Pajaro Valley High School teachers and Watsonville Wetlands Watch during "Earthweek". Students joined in presentations and fun activities related to "Trashy Tuesday" and "...

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Posted on: June 12, 2018

2,000 Watsonville Youth Explore the Coast!

Yo UNA costa sana

Explore the Coast

In partnership with the California Coastal Conservancy and due to their generous grant support, the City's Public Works Conservation Academy was able to serve more than 2,000 students and 200 adults who've had the special opportunity to e...

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Posted on: June 13, 2018

Go Climb a Tree! OASIS Wins Best Youth Tree Photo

SPEAK FOR THE TREES (1)

Go Climb a Tree! OASIS Outdoor Autism and Special Issues School Wins Best Youth Tree Photo

The City of Watsonville kicked off 2018 with fabulous tree-planting fervor, rooting 105 trees at our local parks throughout the spring season, and launching our firs...

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