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08/03/2021 City Council Meeting

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08/03/2021 City Council Meeting

 

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Yolo County Public Health Officer Issues Health Order Requiring Masking Indoors Starting July 30

Good afternoon, all. Please see attached and below the new health order issued by Dr. Sisson of Yolo County. Masks are required indoors regardless of vaccination status, unless actively eating and drinking. No other restrictions have been implemented related to occupancy levels, indoor activities, etc. This is a mandate to wear a mask indoors in public.

Unfortunately, the presence of the Delta variant is escalating at concerning rates and there isn’t sufficient herd immunity to keep it contained. Fully vaccinated individuals can be asymptomatic carriers, and the unvaccinated are at higher risk for more serious illness. Fully vaccinated individuals who are immunocompromised are also at a greater risk for a serious breakthrough case than others, although at lower rates than the unvaccinated.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                                             Contact: Frank Schneegas

July 27, 2021                                                                                           Email:frank.schneegas@yolocounty.org

Yolo County Public Health Officer Issues Health Order Requiring Masking Indoors Starting July 30

(Woodland, CA) – Effective Friday July 30, face coverings will be required for everyone in indoor public spaces regardless of vaccination status in Yolo County. As a result of rapidly increasing case rates, testing positivity rates, and number of COVID-19-positive patients in hospitals, additional layers of protection are needed to slow the spread of COVID-19 amidst a fourth surge. Wearing a face covering in indoor public spaces reduces both the risk of getting and transmitting COVID-19 and does not limit business occupancy or operations.

Since the statewide transition to Beyond to Blueprint on June 15, Yolo County’s COVID-19 case rate has risen eight-fold from 1.2 to 10.0 per 100,000 residents and has been followed by increases in COVID-19-positive patients in hospitals. Rising case rates, testing positivity, and hospitalizations are largely due to the predominance of the highly infectious Delta variant, which is over twice as contagious and may double the risk of hospitalization compared to the original virus. Since mid-April, the UC Davis Genome Center has detected 158 cases of the Delta variant, which made up 88% of positive samples collected by Healthy Yolo Together during the week of July 18. The Yolo County Public Health Officer continues to recommend that fully vaccinated individuals get tested for COVID-19 following an exposure to someone with COVID-19, even if they have no symptoms.

The new Order will remain in effect until the case rate falls below 2.0 per 100,000 residents for 7 consecutive days. The same exemptions apply under the local universal indoor masking order as the State’s current face covering guidance and include persons under age 2 and persons with medical conditions or disabilities that prevent wearing a mask.

“With case rates as high as they are and rising, everybody needs to add an additional layer of protection in the form of a mask when they are indoors,” said Yolo County Public Health Officer, Dr. Aimee Sisson. “Vaccines are still the best protection there is against ending up in the hospital or dying from COVID-19, and I continue to strongly recommend that everybody who is eligible get vaccinated. Vaccines are safe, effective, and free. But the vaccine alone may not be enough to prevent mild illness or infection, and that is why everybody will now be required to wear a mask indoors, regardless of their vaccination status. Putting on a mask is a simple act that will help keep business open and protect residents from the highly contagious Delta variant.”

Vaccines remain the most effective protection against severe disease from COVID-19. Unvaccinated persons are 6 and a half times more likely to get infected with COVID-19 than fully vaccinated persons, and nearly all hospitalized COVID-19 patients in Yolo hospitals are unvaccinated.

All residents 12 and older are strongly encouraged to get vaccinated as soon as possible. Yolo County continues to deliver and administer COVID-19 vaccine to residents throughout the county as part of the free call-to-order program designed to make COVID-19 vaccine accessible to all. Residents who would like to get vaccinated at their home or place of business can call (530) 666-8665 schedule an appointment to have vaccine delivered between 9:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. To schedule an appointment in Spanish, residents can call (530) 379-3465. The program has been extended to run through August 31.

For more information about Yolo County’s COVID-19 vaccine program and opportunities to get vaccinated, visit www.yolocounty.org/coronavirus-vaccine. Residents can also call Yolo 2-1-1 for related information and resources. For additional updates follow Yolo County on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/YoloCounty/ or Twitter at: https://twitter.com/YoloCountyCA.

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Frank Schneegas
Communications Coordinator – Yolo CountyCOVID-19 Response Operations Center120 W. Main Street Suite E – Woodland, CA 95695

E: frank.schneegas@yolocounty.org


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PG&E PSPS Helicopter Exercises

Friday Updates on Wednesday! PG&E has notified us that they will conduct line inspections tomorrow and Friday, between 7 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.which will explain low flying helicopters buzzing over the west side of Winters. These are line inspections to help prepare for possible PSPS events. Just an FYI as I expect there may be questions.

 

Best, Kathleen


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07/22/2021 City Manager’s Thursday Update

Good afternoon, all.

There will be no Friday Update this week as we have a planned goal setting workshop with the City Council this Friday and Saturday morning from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Friday’s format includes presentations by the senior management team on major municipal program areas (Police, Fire, Public Works, Community Development and General Government) and facilitated conversation regarding potential projects and priorities, which will be discussed in more detail on Saturday as part of finalizing Council goals. Funding for priority projects could include American Rescue Plan funding, grants, capital reserves, rates, and / or voter approved adjustments to assessments and taxes. There will be an opportunity for public comment, and public input regarding potential projects and priorities. The final goals will be brought back to the City Council in a regular session for adoption.

The goal setting workshop is open to the public and light refreshments will be available. We do ask that all attendees wear a mask, except when actively eating and drinking, to ensure a safe environment for everyone.

Thank you very much.

Best, Kathleen


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07/27/2021 Planning Commission Meeting

  • 07/27/2021 Planning Commission Meeting (Agenda / Packet)

Meeting Instructions - 07/27/2021

Based on guidance from the California Department of Public Health and the California Governor's Office, in order to minimize the spread of the COVID-19 virus, we encourage you to observe the live stream of the meeting.

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07/23-24/2021 City Council Special Meeting – Council Goal Setting

Winters City Council Special Meetings (Agenda - pdf)
Council Goal Setting
Friday, July 23, 2021 - 9:00 AM-12:00 PM
Saturday, July 24, 2021 – 9:00 AM-12:00 PM
EOC / Training Room, Public Safety Facility
700 Main Street, Winters CA 95694
MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED FOR THOSE ATTENDING


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07/20/2021 City Council Meeting and Special Meeting

SPECIAL MEETING - COUNTY PRESENTATION - 6:00pm
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Regular Council Meeting - 6:30:
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Meeting Location - Council Chambers, 318 First Street, Winters, 6:30pm


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07/16/2021 City Manager’s Update

City Manager’s Update (pdf)
July 16, 2021

Greetings, all. It has been a busy week here!

COVID-19
❖ The Yolo County Health Officer has issued a recommendation that all individuals (regardless of vaccination status) inside public facilities wear masks, expect when eating and drinking, due to the increasing prevalence of the highly infectious Delta variant and rising COVID-19 cases. The Delta variant is more infectious and can cause more serious illness, particularly among the unvaccinated. Although vaccine breakthroughs with the Delta variant in Yolo are rare, preliminary evidence suggests that the affected persons may be able to transmit the virus to others even when they have no symptoms. Visit www.yolocounty.org/coronavirus-vaccine for more information about vaccination and testing opportunities.

Please Note:
❖ The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Ukiah Field Office invites public comment on travel management planning for trails and roads within the Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument on BLM-managed public lands. BLM will host a virtual public meeting, via Zoom, on Wednesday, July 21, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m., part of a 30-day public scoping period, which ends Aug. 16. More information about the project is available here. The Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument brochure, including map, is linked here. When hiking remember to pack water, pack out trash, and pack a buddy. Your local safety officer recommends hiking backcountry areas with other people.
❖ The expansion of the Rancho Arroyo detention pond has begun. Dirt from the excavation is being transported to the Farmstead project and spread across the 62-acre lot.

Don’t Miss Out!
❖ Wednesday, July 21, at 6 p.m. at the Winters Fire Station, the Golden Bear Fire Safety Committee is meeting to discuss fire prevention, risk mitigation, and other
strategies to prepare for wildfire season. The Golden Bear Estates Landowners Association (GLEBA) is encouraging neighboring residents to join the conversation as we collectively work to mitigate fire risk in the area.
❖ On Tuesday, July 13, the City hosted a community workshop with the developers of the Farmstead project located on the northside of Grant Avenue across from E. Main Street. The video of the two-hour workshop is available on the City’s website as is the developer’s presentation. Please note information regarding major projects, including the Farmstead workshop, are available with two clicks. http://projects.cityofwinters.org/ - direct link.


Did You Know?
❖ The City of Winters has two programs related to special needs individuals. SNAP is a local registry for people with special needs that cannot identify themselves, for example, because of Alzheimer’s, dementia or

is tied to the individual’s name and phone number. The City also participates in Vitals, a national program that allows residents to register themselves or a loved one with special needs or disabilities with the service. Doing so helps provide first responders with important tools to avoid the potential of a confrontation escalating, for example when someone has cognitive issues, mental health issues, or another disability that effects emotional or behavioral responses in stressful situations. More information is available on the Winters PD

autism. The registration is tied to the individual’s name and phone number. The City also participates in Vitals, a national program that allows residents to register themselves or a loved one with special needs or disabilities with the service. Doing so helps provide first responders with important tools to avoid the potential of a confrontation escalating, for example when someone has cognitive issues, mental health issues, or another disability that effects emotional or behavioral responses in stressful situations. More information is available on the Winters PD landing page here.

Upcoming Council Meetings
❖There is a special Council meeting at 6:00 p.m. to hear a presentation from County staff on proposed American Rescue Plan (ARP) for the Yolo County’s $42 million allocation. The City allocation is approximately $1.8 million and will be discussed separately. More information about Yolo County ARP projects can be found here. The agenda is be posted on the City’s website.
If anyone would like to participate in a 2-hour County workshop on the County’s ARP funding program, there are two upcoming workshops:
❖ Monday, July 19, 4:00 – 6:00 PM in Woodland, 137 N. Cottonwood Street. Link
❖ Thursday, July 22, 4:00 – 6:00 PM via Zoom, Link

City of Winters
❖ The regular Council meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. This meeting will be Zoom for all participants except a few people as we test our hybrid platform in the Council Chambers, so please forgive any technical glitches…. We have a full agenda, including a presentation recognizing Robert Duvall and his dog Kepi for their years of service as trauma support volunteers. Other key items include:
• the adoption of a Climate Action Plan for Winters,
• the proposed creation of two new commissions related to climate change and natural resources,
• award of contract for this summer’s paving project ($428,000),
• an annual budget for the Business Improvement District,
• a $1.2 million wastewater treatment facility influent screen, and
• the assignment and assumption agreement related to the Winters Highland Subdivision for Meritage Homes’ purchase of Phases 3, 4 & 5.
The packet is be posted on the City’s website.

Upcoming Council Goal Setting Workshop
❖ A two morning, in-person City Council goal setting workshop has been scheduled for Friday, July 23, and Saturday, July 24, from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. at the Public Safety Facility community room. The Agenda will be posted next week. The format will include presentations from City staff on Friday morning related to major functional areas (Police, Fire, Public Works, Community Development and General Government) and some initial discussion of potential priorities and projects consistent with our Five Focus Areas: Fiscal Stability, Community Engagement & Transparency, Economic Development, Organizational / Operational Excellence, and Community Development / Placemaking. Saturday morning will include additional project discussion and final priority setting.

Woot Woot!
❖ We received the signed construction agreement for the Senior Center! It took over a year from grant approval, to contract preparation and execution. A lot of people worked very hard on this project, and now we have $4.2 million to construct the senior center.
❖ Also, the City received its first allocation of American Rescue Plan funding, $874,952! Funds can be used to support capital projects associated with water, sewer and broadband as well programs and projects to help recover from the pandemic. We will begin discussing potential use of funds at the Council goal setting workshops on Friday and Saturday, July 23 and 24.


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07/19/2021 Winters Putah Creek Committee Meeting

Based on guidance from the California Department of Public Health and the California Governor's Office, in order to minimize the spread of the COVID-19 virus, we encourage you to observe the live stream of the meeting. Please contact Kristine - 530-794-6708 / Kristine.DeGuerre@cityofwinters.org  FOR ADDITIONAL MEETING INSTRUCTIONS.

Topic: Winters Putah Creek Committee Meeting

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Farmstead Workshop Info, 07/13/2021

Good morning, everyone. I was on vacation for a few days last week; hence no Friday Update. However, I do have a reminder! Tomorrow night (Tuesday, 7/13) beginning at 6 p.m. the City will host a community presentation on the Farmstead project, which is a 61 acre mixed use project on the north side of Grant Avenue. The meeting will be conducted via Zoom, information below, and will be recorded. The playback will be posted on the City’s website for anyone who is unable to attend the meeting. The developer and his team will present their proposed concept for the project, and respond to questions or comments. More information regarding the project is available on the City’s website here.

Also, the City has started its open recreation swim program.  More information is available here. Sign ups are required to control occupancy and collect the $2 fee per swimmer.  Children under the age of 13 must be accompanied by someone 16 years or older.

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Flex Alert Extended

Good morning, all. Please note that the Flex Alert has been extended through this evening. Rolling brown outs are possible if collectively consumers do not conserve sufficient power. Please be careful in this extreme heat.

The Flex Alert is in effect July 9-10, 4 -9 p.m. Consumers are strongly encouraged to conserve energy by:

  • Setting thermostats to 78 degrees or higher, if health permits
  • Avoiding using major appliances
  • Turning off all unnecessary lights
  • Consumers are also encouraged to use fans for cooling and unplug unused electrical items.

Prior to the Flex Alert taking effect and when solar energy is abundant, consumers are encouraged to take these steps to be comfortable and help grid operators balance electricity supply and demand:

  • Pre-cool your home by lowering the thermostat
  • If you need to use your major appliances, do it before the Flex Alert is in effect,
  • when solar energy is plentiful
  • Close window coverings to keep your home or apartment cool
  • Charge electronic devices and electric vehicles so there’s no need to do it later, when solar generation is down

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07/14/2021 Winters Senior Commission on Aging Meeting

07/14/2021 Agenda / Packet

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07/02/2021 City Manager’s Update

 City Manager’s Update  (pdf)
July 2, 2021

Greetings, all. Let the festivities begin!

  • Saturday begins with a pancake breakfast sponsored by Rotary and the Winters Fire Department at the Community Center downtown. Please support these groups by joining us for breakfast from 7 – 10 a.m. Breakfast is a hearty egg and sausage breakfast with hash browns and fruit. $15 / adults; $10 / kids under 12. Proceeds support the scholarship fund for college-bound youth and the Fire Department’s holiday gift giving for needy families.
  • The fireworks show will be held at the High School Football Field; gates open at 5 p.m. Food trucks and pop ups will be Hemenway and behind the home bleachers. Or bring in your picnic baskets – please no alcohol or glass. The show will begin around 9:30 p.m.
  • Food vendors include the Buck Truck, Kona Ice, We Be Popping, and El Pueblo. The Army will also have an information booth.
  • Please note that Grant Avenue signals from Railroad east to I-505 will be put on red flash following the show with officers directing traffic so that cars can exit town quickly. Vehicles on side streets at the rotary will be required to turn right and stay traveling either east or west to help vehicles exit town.

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Please Note:

  • Expansion of the Arroyo Detention Basin will begin next week. Adjacent neighbors have been directly notified. The basin will be deepened and expanded toward the adjacent trail to accommodate storm flows. Removed dirt will be trucked to local projects that need clean dirt. The historic grove will be protected in place and an arborist will monitor potential impacts to the trees.

Don’t Miss Out!

  • July 13 at 6:00 p.m. the City will host a community workshop via Zoom for the proposed 61 acre Farmstead development located on the northside of Grant Avenue across from the E. Main intersection. This mixed-use project proposes 200 single-family lots with three different lot types, a 4.2-acre 84-unit multi-family site to allow a mix of income types, 12.4- acres of commercial (±144,000 sf), a 5.3-acre Park, and 2.4-acres of open space to accommodate storm drainage, and a bike trail. The Zoom meeting information is available here.
  • Thursday, July 8’s Music in the Park will feature Meredith Axelrod and Craig Ventresco for a night of vintage jazz, ragtime and blues. The concert begins at 7:00 p.m. in Rotary Park. It was a great time last night so come on down and listen to great music, mingle with your neighbors, let the kids run free, and support the Winters Friends of the Library with their fundraising efforts. Proceeds support enrichment programming and the Winters Library.

Upcoming Council Meeting

  • The next Council meeting is Tuesday, July 6, and we are still working on technical issues integrating various platforms with our Council Chamber AV system so the meeting will be Zoom only. Items include:

- PG&E will present this summer’s Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) planning efforts and system improvements that have been made following damage from the LNU Complex fire.

- Davis Public Safety Trauma and Grief Support Team (TAG) will present their program as the City considers bringing their services to Winters. The program provides trained volunteers who are dispatched during traumatic incidents to assist family members with unexpected losses.

- Award of contract for the preparation of an Environmental Impact Report for the Farmstead development project.

- A City of Winters appointment to the Yolo County Fire Safe Council.

Woot Woot!

To all those volunteers and event team members helping to bring community programming to Winters! They wouldn’t be possible without you!

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COVID-19

  • Covid testing is no longer available at the Winters Community Center on Fridays. Testing is readily available at most major pharmacy chains.
  • The Delta variant of COVID-19 is gaining traction across the United States. This strain is more transmissible and can cause more serious illness among the unvaccinated.
  • Getting vaccinated is easier than ever; County staff will even deliver vaccines to homes and businesses through July 16. Visit Yolo County’s website here for information regarding testing, vaccine safety, and various documents.

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07/06/2021 City Council Meeting

07/06/2021 City Council Meeting (PDF): Agenda / PacketGranicus

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Meeting Location - Council Chambers, 318 First Street, Winters, 6:30pm

 


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Farmstead Neighborhood Workshop – July 13, 2021

On July 13 at 6:00 p.m. there will be a community workshop via Zoom on the proposed Farmstead subdivision.  The subdivision will be located on the 62 acre parcel of land on the north side of East Grant Avenue north of the intersection with East Main Street.  There is a brief description of the proposed project and a site plan on the city’s landing page for Major Projects.

The purpose of the meeting will be to introduce the public to the project before any entitlements are considered, get feedback and answer any questions.  This workshop is the first of several opportunities for the public to comment on the proposed project as it goes through the entitlement process.  The City is initiating the development of an Environmental Impact Report for the proposed project, which requires the developer to confirm the project scope, alternatives, and potential impacts. The environmental review process will also include opportunities for public comment and agency feedback.  Updates will be shared with the public as the project progresses through the planning process.

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Fireworks Event Map 07/03/2021

CITY OF WINTERS FIREWORKS EVENT MAP – Football & Baseball Fields (pdf)
GATES OPEN AT 5 P.M.
FIREWORKS BEGIN AT 9:15 – 9:30 P.M. / WHEN DARK


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Vaccine Clinics this Week 06/28/2021

Good afternoon, all. Please see the information attached and below for county vaccination clinics for the coming week.  The County is also reporting that the Delta variant is gaining traction here in Yolo County and we are beginning to see a slight uptick in infection rates.  The Delta variant is significantly more contagious than the wild virus and can cause more serious illness. The best way to avoid getting sick and to stop the spread of the Coronavirus is to get vaccinated. Medical reports indicate the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines are 88% effective against the Delta virus.

For more information, please visit Yolo County’s website at https://www.yolocounty.org/government/general-government-departments/health-human-services/adults/communicable-disease-investigation-and-control/novel-coronavirus-2019/dashboard.

Best,

Kathleen

 

Call to order vaccine

  • Runs through July 2
  • Delivers vaccine between 9am and 7pm
  • Call (530)666-8665 to schedule an appointment

Wednesday 6/30 at the HHSA Bauer Building in Woodland

  • 5pm-7pm
  • 137 N. Cottonwood Street Woodland, CA 95695

Sunday 7/4 at Holy Rosary in Woodland

  • 2pm-4pm
  • 575 California St. Woodland CA

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