The 2016-17 Grand Jury released Report #4 on July 10, 2017. The report investigated whether the Facility Services Division within the Fresno County Internal Services Department was overcharging county departments for standard services and supplies.
The 2016-17 Grand Jury released Report #3 on July 5, 2017. The report investigated the financial records of the Kingsburg Tri-County Health Care District and its use of property tax revenue.
The 2016-17 Grand Jury released Report #2 on June 28, 2017. The report investigates the Fresno Police Department’s use of force training and its implementation.
The 2016-17 Grand Jury released Report #1 on June 14, 2017. The report investigates the implementation of “Today’s inmate is tomorrow’s neighbor” attitude toward inmates with focus on mental health and substance use, vocational, and reentry programs.
Fresno, CA – In recognition of April’s Autism Awareness month, a robust assortment of donated puzzles, toys, blocks, bubbles, sensory balls and small toys were collected and recently presented to Fresno Autism Network’s (FAN) founder Stephanie Rodriguez, at the Fresno County Clerk’s.
Lost Lake Park, located along Friant Road, adjacent to Friant, CA and Skaggs Bridge Park, located along Highway 145, north of Kerman, CA continues to be closed to the public due to flood releases from Millerton Dam.
The Fresno County Clerk’s office will be open on Tuesday, February 14th from 8:30am to 4:00pm for those wishing to purchase a marriage license and have a ceremony performed on this special day.
In keeping with the Fresno County Clerk/Registrar of Voters’ longstanding tradition of supporting community projects at Valentine’s Day, County Clerk Brandi L. Orth is inviting the community to join in the “Until All the Pieces Fit,” toy and puzzle drive.