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San Juan Bautista on ABC’s “Get Outta Town”

Check out this wonderful piece on San Juan Bautista from ABC’s series “Get Outta Town.”  Many of our fabulous locations, businesses, and residents are featured prominently, as well as lots of great information for residents and visitors alike.  This is San Juan at its best!

City Clerk – Notice of Vacancy

A vacancy has occurred in the City Clerk’s Office. Candidates are sought for the position of City Clerk for the City of San Juan Bautista. To qualify, a candidate must be an elector and resident of the City of San Juan Bautista.  For more information, please click HERE.

Sign Up NOW for the San Benito County Junior Giants!

The San Benito County Junior Giants are still looking for interested boys and girls to join this summer’s program that starts on June 12th!  For more information and to sign up, please click HERE.  Don’t worry about the May 15th deadline.  They are keeping it open to allow as many kids to join as possible!

 

Water Forum in the News

Check out the BenitoLink article on the San Juan Bautista Water Forum HERE.

Water Department Page is Up!

The City of San Juan Bautista website now has a dedicated page for Water Department news and information.  To visit the Water Department page, please click HERE or on “Water” in the “Departments” drop-down menu at the top of the page.

Site and Design Review Documents for Rancho Vista and Copperleaf

At their regular meeting on Tuesday, March 7th, the Planning Commission will conduct a site and design review of the plans for the Rancho Vista and Copperleaf subdivisions (as well as several other projects).  You can view the plans HERE.


Make a Difference Day

On Saturday October 21st, community members took part in a town-wide clean-up day. The City would like to thank sponsors and community members for making this day a success!


The City of San Juan Bautista is under mandatory water restrictions. The State Water Resources Control Board recently adopted an expanded emergency regulation to reduce urban water consumption by 25% in order to safeguard the state’s remaining water supplies. See documents below for additional details.


Recognition to El Teatro Campesino’s Luis Valdez!

safe_imagePictured L to R: Santiago Jimenez, Sandra Cisneros, and Luis Valdez

“On Thursday, Sept. 22, Valdez was honored by President Barack Obama in a ceremony recognizing recipients of the 2015 National Medal of Arts, “the highest award given to artists and arts patrons by the United States government,” according to the National Endowment for the Arts’ (NEA) website.” Read more at: Benitolink.com