2022 Point-in-Time Count scheduled for Jan. 26 

Volunteers are needed. 

The Humboldt Housing and Homeless Coalition (HHHC) will conduct a Point-in-Time count of people experiencing homelessness during the morning of Wednesday, Jan. 26. 

For more information and to sign up to volunteer, visit humboldt.pointintime.info

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Let’s Beautify Eureka – West Wabash Neighborhood

The City of Eureka is launching a brand-new Neighborhood Beautification Program and we need your help!

We are returning to W. Wabash to build on our efforts over the summer. This time, it will be on January 15. Thank you to everyone who joined us!

This event will focus on the West Wabash neighborhood. We’ll meet at Express Personnel at 14 West Wabash Street.

Do you have a green thumb? Want to help contribute to a stronger and more beautiful neighborhood? Then come join us!


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Adorni Conference Room Reopening

The Adorni will be re-opening our conference room for rentals starting 1/3/22.

Masks will be required at all times and capacity will be limited to 20 people max.

Rental rates remain the same at only $18/hr. Contact the Adorni center for availability at 707-441-4248.

January Membership Special Returns!

Save BIG getting in shape in 2022!

If you’ve been putting off getting in shape until after the holidays, January is the time to literally jump back into it and save big bucks!

Adorni has the lowest family rate in the area and we’re slashing it even more!

For the month of January 2022, the Adorni will not only waive the initiation fee BUT IN ADDITION, we’re slashing our rates by 20 percent!

January Rates:

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Contact: Ruth Mock
E-mail: rmock@ci.eureka.ca.gov

EUREKA, CA – The Zoo’s Conservation Advisory Committee has opened the new cycle of conservation grants for 2022. The committee welcomes proposals for projects that have a clear and direct conservation impact on wildlife and/or habitat conservation and that are in line with the Zoo’s mission and conservation priorities. Special consideration is given to projects supporting local wildlife or habitats, although national and international projects are considered as well. Successful applicants are those whose projects can be completed within one year. The maximum award is $1,500. The deadline for applications is Friday, January 28, 2022, at 5:00 PM. For more details and to download an application, please visit Sequoia Park Zoo’s website at:http://www.sequoiaparkzoo.net/conservation/field-conservation/conservation-grant-program/ .


December Skateboard Camp

The purpose of this camp is to promote and encourage kids to be active and healthy through skating.

Campers will learn the fundamentals of skating through individual and group instruction. This camp will help kids focus on technique, skill, and safety. Each camper will be provided with elbow and knee pads. Campers will need to provide their own skateboard and helmet.


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Home for the Holidays Decorating Contest


The City of Eureka presents the Mayor’s 2nd Annual Home for the Holidays Decorating Contest, designed to spread joy and holiday cheer throughout the city.

Mayor Seaman is inviting Eureka residents to decorate their homes with their best holiday décor. This is an opportunity to drive the city to view the beautifully decorated homes in the City.

Individuals who have decorated their homes in an exceptional and creative manner will be recognized for their hard work.

The home with the most votes will receive the Mayor’s Holiday Award recognizing them for their contribution to bringing holiday cheer to our community.

Rules & Regulations

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City of Eureka Parking Plan Survey

The City of Eureka is developing a Parking Plan.

This plan will analyze the existing parking demand and supply and provide implementable strategies that balance the parking utilization for all users, including residents, business employers and visitors. With increasing development in Downtown Eureka, the City will continue to thrive and attract more vehicular trips resulting in an increase in parking demand. Parking strategies will uphold the objectives to ensure balanced use of public parking while maintaining the economic vibrancy of Downtown Eureka.

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