City Bulletin
The City’s Touch-A-Truck will be back allowing children (and their parents) the opportunity to explore those City vehicles you see on the streets every day. This year the Fire Department’s new jaguar fire truck designed specifically for fighting fires on aircraft will return along with the City’s new leaf truck. 

The Public Works Department is looking forward to having lots of hand prints on its new 45-foot truck vac truck.  It's really, really big and has lots of bells and whistles the children will enjoy.  The Electric Utilities bucket trucks will be a part of the day, along with the Water & Sewer Department camera truck and the Street Department street sweeper.

Smaller vehicles such as the Police Department SWAT van and the Recreation & Parks department bobcat collection will be available for exploring.

The vehicles will be staffed by City employees, who will assist with information and boosts!

Touch-A-Truck is located in front of City Hall at the Corner of Front and Center Streets.  It's free and fun and a great way to get to know your City better. 


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Nancy Davis
Public Affairs Director
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