|A collaboration between Pacific Gas and Electric Co. (PG&E) and the City of Walnut Creek to convert approximately 3,100 non-decorative PG&E-owned streetlights to energy efficient and longer lasting Light Emitting Diode (LED) fixtures is well under way, and should be done by Labor Day. |
LED streetlights use 50 to 75 percent less energy than traditional bulbs, significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions and require less maintenance. New LED streetlights, which provide a more natural-looking light, can last up to four times longer than traditional bulbs. More...
|The 5th annual Community Service Day will be Saturday, October 10. With more than 50 projects to choose from, there's something for every age, ability and interest. Sign up quick to get the project of your choice! Click here for details and registration. |
|Registration is now open for Walnut Creek’s Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Basic Training. Learn the skills necessary to come together and safely help your community in the event of disaster when government resources may be overwhelmed and unable to immediately assist all individuals. Visit www.walnut-creek.org/cert or call the CERT registration line at 925-256-3556. More...|
|Walnut Creek was rated 4th out of 405 cities as one of the best cities in the U.S. for women entrepreneurs to launch a business, according to a new report by data-science group Good Call. More...|
|PG&E is upgrading 27 miles of transmission line from Antioch to Moraga. Work in Walnut Creek is starting and will run through August. Activities will take place in or near Shell Ridge Open Space, Sugarloaf Open Space and Rudgear Park. In some cases, helicopters will be used to do the work. Details, including who to contact for additional information, are available on this PG&E Fact Sheet. More...|