Lakeport City Council Seeks to Fill Openings - Applications due 11/28/2022
The Lakeport City Council is anticipating the vacancy of one or more City Council seats and seeking applications from interested parties. Completed must be returned to the Office of the City Clerk no later than Monday, November 28, 2022.
Important 4th of July "Safe and Sane" Fireworks Information
Safe & Sane Fireworks will be permitted in the City of Lakeport July 1-4. Remember, they are illegal in ALL OTHER PARTS OF THE County of Lake, including the City of Clearlake. Be aware of fire danger, use safely and follow all laws related to fireworks. Text FIREWORKS to 888777 for public safety information. See flyer for details!
Applications Now Being Accepted for the Hands Up Lake County Small Business Competition 2022
Lake County small businesses and startups are encouraged to apply online for the third annual “Hands Up Lake County, 2022” competition.
The business competition involves several steps.
From the pool of applications submitted, 12 applicants and two alternates will be selected to advance to a one-day workshop and mini-competition where judges will select six applicants to take part in a final competition on Nov. 5, 2022. Cash prizes totaling $85,000 will be awarded.
Alcoholic Beverage Control 2020-2021 Grant Operations Summary
On 6/9/2020 the Lakeport Police Department and Clearlake Police Departments were awarded a $24,975 grant from the California Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) to enforce alcohol-related crime and educate their communities on alcohol-related laws.
Argonaut Constructors has contracted with the City of Lakeport to construct the Waterfront Parking Rehabilitation Project. Work includes water line replacement, storm drain upgrades, curb, gutter, sidewalk and the reconstruction and paving of the parking lot between 3rd Street and 5th Street
Lakeport Disposal is conducting a customer satisfaction survey which is accessible on their website. If you are a Lakeport Disposal customer, please participate by providing feedback about their services! It's a quick & easy --only 3 questions! Survey link: https://www.lakeportdisposal.com/rate.htm
Voluntary Water Conservation in Lakeport: Conservation Tips
Water resources are vital for our community. As we head towards the middle of summer during historic drought conditions, the City of Lakeport wants to urge our residents and businesses to conserve water as much as possible.
Lakeport Police Department Implements Police Dog Program
Lakeport, Calif...The Lakeport Police Department (LPD) has implemented a new program with Police K-9 Olin officially serving the Lakeport community along with his handler, Officer Kaylene Strugnell. The department has been without a police dog since 2009.
Help is Available to Prepare Your Business for Potential Power Outages
To help you adapt your business operations while responding to emergencies, PG&E has put together this emergency preparedness checklist. Plan for potential outages with this easy-to-use resource and keep your employees, tenants and customers safe during an outage.
Beat the Heat at Lake County's Libraries and Peer Support Centers
With summer heat waves upon us it is critical vulnerable members of our communities have a safe space to stay cool. Lake County Behavioral Health Services’ peer support centers are open as a refuge from the heat. While these are not formal Cooling Centers, and capacity is limited, they do provide an air-conditioned place to sit and rest. Water and snacks will be offered, and restrooms are available. Referrals to social services will also be made. All are welcome.
City Manager's Report: Lakeport Police Partner with Ring
The Lakeport Police Department is partnering with Ring, the video doorbell manufacturer, and participating in Ring’s Neighbors App. The Neighbors App is an online program that allows users to track criminal activity in their neighborhood in real time through their smart devices, similar to an online neighborhood watch.
City Manager's Report: Lakeport Police Promotes From Within Department
Two Officers Become Sergeants A major goal of the City of Lakeport and the Lakeport Police Department has been realized with the promotion of Police Officers Victor Rico and Andrew Welter to the rank of Sergeant.