NewsFlash - Jan. 26
Town of Sunnyvale Weekly Update
Welcome Chief Tami Kayea!
The Town of Sunnyvale's new Fire Chief was officially sworn in Monday night. We're proud and excited to have her on board. She brings three decades of fire service, EMS and management experience, as well as a tradition of commitment as the fourth generation of her family to be in the fire service. Learn more about her on the Town's website: https://loom.ly/3IodTms
The Town Council, Manager and Assistant Town Manager welcome Chief Kayea with the Town's traditional Welcome Lane sign.
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Road Construction - What To Expect Next Week
Project updates for the Week of Jan. 28:
Work is underway on $16.4 million worth of road improvement projects recently approved by the Sunnyvale Town Council.
Phase 2B and 2C include the repair and overlay of the following sections of asphalt roadway (dates are subject to change). This week's activity is scheduled to include:
- Town East Boulevard from Polly to Collins - Traffic is open in both directions. Construction is largely completed except for striping and some minor paving involving the Town East/Polly intersection, which will be completed later in January when weather permits.
- Tower Place (Town East to the Library) - Construction began Thursday, Jan. 25, and will last into early February. Access to/from the library will be maintained during construction. The parking lot will also be repaved, so library patrons will need to park in the Vineyard Park Parking Lot during construction.
- North Paschall from Tripp to US 80 Frontage Road - Paving is completed. All that remains is the final striping that is expected to be completed by the end of January, weather permitting.
- South Paschall from US 80 Frontage Road to Long Creek - Paving is completed. All that remains is the final striping that is expected to be completed by the end of January, weather permitting.
- Long Creek from Larkin to US 80 - Construction began Jan. 2 on the northbound/eastbound lane. Initial paving has been completed and the lane reopened to traffic on January 13. Work on the southbound/westbound lane started reconstruction on Wednesday, Jan. 24, and the entire project is expected to be completed by mid-February, weather permitting.
The latest updates and a preview of upcoming activities are available at TownofSunnyvale.org/RoadProjects. Construction schedules can change with short notice. We appreciate your patience.
We have lots of dogs and cats available for adoption at the Sunnyvale Animal Shelter. Adoption fees are still being waived. You will also receive vouchers for discounts on various pet services. Keep sharing with your friends and networks and let's resolve to find forever homes for Sunnyvale's shelter pets!
Call (214) 862-4525 or visit Petfinder page to learn about available pets.
Kodak Needs a Special Foster Home!
We're still looking for a foster home for Kodak, a one-year-old German Shepherd. Kodak has severe anxiety issues and needs lots of care and attention. He is a great, loving dog. He's just very needy right now.
The Town will be responsible for Kodak's healthcare and food while in foster care. He can be adopted for FREE, and his new owner will be responsible for his continued health and recovery.
If you can assist, please contact the Sunnyvale Animal Shelter at (214) 862-4525.
Notice of Deadline to File an Application to Appear on the May 4 Ballot
Sunnyvale voters will elect two Town Council members for Places 5 and 6 on May 4, 2024. Council Member terms are for a period of three years. All incumbents – Larry Allen, Place 5; and Jonathan Freeman, Place 6 - are eligible to run for re-election. Anyone interested in running should visit the Town Secretary's web page to find out about requirements and the application process.
All applications to run must be submitted by 5 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 16.