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SOLEDAD, Calif. – Two ribbon cuttings for two projects in Soledad, Wednesday. One, makes streets safer for our youngest students. The other, connects two sides of the growing city – and a future home of Hartnell College. Renee Sitko was the crossing guard Wednesday at San Vicente Elementary – one of two schools on the busy street. She…(Read More)

NOTICE OF THE ADOPTION OF AN URGENCY ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SOLEDAD ESTABLISHING A TEMPORARY MORATORIUM ON H-2A WORKER HOUSING On September 19, 2018, a four-fifths majority of the Soledad City Council took action to temporarily halt the establishment of housing for H-2A workers in all zoning…(Read More)

Soledad Certified Farmer’s Market located in the 100 Block of Soledad Street is now open every Thursday from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Come show your support and shop local! For vendor information, please call Flora Ripley at (831) 674-2849…(Read More)

A new movie theater, Hartnell outpost and ballpark improvements mean good news for Soledad. by Sara Rubin Mar 8, 2018 “In 2013, after Pinnacles was upgraded from a national monument to a national park, the city of Soledad just to the west rebranded…(Read More)

The construction project at Front and East streets will be a new 4-way traffic signal.  The project includes converting the dirt lot beside ACE Hardware into a paved parking lot.  The project also includes adding a left turn lane from southbound Front Street onto East Street.  Construction will take about a month for substantial…(Read More)

Sansone Construction is making good progress with the City’s Gallardo Park Project despite significant delays from PG&E.  A Ribbon Cutting should be early March and the ball fields ready for use soon after based on weather and sod establishment, which should be placed down the week of January 22 using a generator…(Read More)