NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

FEMA - Gridley Camp Fire Community

Most Destructive Fire in California History

The Camp Wildfire is considered the most destructive wildfire in California’s history, burning nearly 154,000 acres for 17 days, claiming at least 85 lives, destroying nearly 13,972 residences, and leaving homeless over 30,000 of our Butte County neighbors.  Tireless Gridley volunteers of all ages have provided their time and generous contributions to assist Red Cross sanctioned fire evacuees.  Experienced Red Cross and FEMA leaders have underscored that the Gridley/Biggs communities have been unrivaled supporters of those in need.  

The State of California has proclaimed an emergency, declaring the provision of housing as a state priority.  The City of Gridley is committed to…

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High Quality Drinking Water - Annual Consumer Confidence Report

Gridley water customers enjoy the highest quality water service, meeting or exceeding all state and federal drinking water quality standards. Each year, we publish a water quality report to provide community members an overview of our water quality during the past year, including testing results and other information. Please click here to read the Annual Gridley Water Consumer Confidence…

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Gridley SR 99 Public Outreach - What’s the Future of Highway 99

Be a part of the future design of Gridley's Hwy 99

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CalRecycle Grant

Click here to see how the City used the grant monies from the Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery

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