Arcata in the News

Wed, Aug 27, 2014

City Offices Closed Monday, September 1 for Labor Day

City of Arcata offices will be closed on Monday, September 1 for Labor Day. Offices will reopen at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, September 2.  Although offices are closed, emergency services are available through the Arcata Police Department.

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City Offices Closed Monday, September 1 for Labor Day
Mon, Aug 18, 2014

Moving in? Recycle and reuse!

When moving in or out, save space in our landfills and take your reusable materials to businesses listed in "Don't Dump and Run--Recycle, Reuse and Donate!" the City's guide to Arcata's thrift stores, book stores, hazardous waste and recycling collection facilities. You can save a lot of cash by furnishing your new home with thrift store goods, too. The guide is available online here, at City Hall, the Arcata Library and Arcata laundromats.

More on recycling and reusing
Arcata recycle, reuse and donation guide to thrift stores available at City Hall
Wed, Aug 27, 2014

Own an affordable new home in Arcata. Only three Sandpiper Park units left!

Be a proud owner of a new, downtown Arcata home in Sandpiper Park, 115 South G Street. Thirteen out of 16 new units are already under contract or have been sold. These one-bedroom manufactured homes come with cathedral ceilings, fully-equipped kitchens, dual pane windows and tankless water heaters and are available for $59,900. Low- to moderate-income households may be eligible for financial assistance from the City. Monthly space rents at Sandpiper Park are regulated by the City of Arcata to maintain affordability. Come see these beautiful homes between 1 and 5 p.m. on weekdays and on weekends by appointment. For more information call (707) 478-7786 or (916) 399-4993.

Own a new home in Sandpiper Park, 115 South G Street, Arcata, for $59,900
Tue, Aug 26, 2014

Arcata receives $3.1 million grant for Humboldt Bay Trail construction

The California Transportation Commission awarded the City of Arcata a $3.1 million Active Transportation Program grant to build a 3.2 mile long, multi-use trail from Samoa Boulevard to the Bracut/Highway 101 intersection. This project is part of a larger Humboldt Bay Trail, which stretches from the Arcata Skate Park to the Elk River trailhead of the Hikshari' Trail in Eureka, and will serve as a section of the California Coastal Trail. 

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Arcata receives $3.1 million grant for Humboldt Bay Trail construction
Tue, Aug 26, 2014

Beith Creek Loop Trail stream crossings less muddy thanks to these volunteers

The City sends out a big thank you to the 19 strong volunteers who coated the Beith Creek Loop Trail stream crossings with crushed rock on Saturday. In all, they improved about 400 feet of trail in the Sunny Brae Tract of the Arcata Community Forest. The next volunteer work day will be on Saturday, September 13, to remove invasive plant species at Janes Creek near Cropley Way. Please call (707) 825-2163 for more information.

19 volunteers improved the Beith Creek Loop Trail on Saturday, August 23, 2014