City of Chowchilla Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic information

Information is constantly changing about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and City officials continue do their best to consolidate information and website links to help provide facts and resources for our residents. Please understand that information is constantly updated and we will strive to provide links to the most current and accurate information available to us.

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COVID-19

City Council meetings live streamed online

In compliance with California Gov. Newsom’s Shelter-in-Place Order and the Social Distance Guidelines issued by Federal, State, and Local Authorities, the City has implemented changes for attendance and public comment at all Council meetings until notified otherwise. 

All City Council meetings will be live streamed online using Facebook LIVE and viewed from the City’s PUBLIC Facebook page at www.facebook.com/City-of-Chowchilla-California-Government-261650325178/. Since the meeting is a live stream from a public page it is open to everyone and you can watch it without a Facebook profile (or without logging in).

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Winter Watering Regulations
Curbside Clean-Up
  1. Chowchilla's Easter EGG Scramble is CANCELLED

    Chowchilla's Easter EGG Scramble is CANCELLED due to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) situation. Read on...
  2. Dog license renewal date EXTENDED

    All dogs older than four months must be vaccinated for rabies and licensed each year however the deadline date is extended Read on...
  1. Chowchilla Police Department K-9 Dinner POSTPONED

    This event has been POSTPONED to a later date that has yet to be determined. Read on...
  1. Chowchilla Curbside Clean-Up is April 27-May 2

    Each year the City of Chowchilla and Mid Valley Disposal conduct a Curbside Clean-up event in Chowchilla. Read on...
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Water Network System Monitoring

Learn how the City of Chowchilla leverages Samsara to improve customer service, efficiency, and visibility across the municipal water operations using SCADA technology. SCADA stands for Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition, the industry standard control system. The SCADA technology is a system of sensors and feedback controls that help automate processes for well sites and the management of the entire water network.