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On Friday, December 8, 2017 during the annual Imperial Police Department uniform inspection, City Manager Stefan Chatwin announced that as of December 21, 2017 (pending Council Action) that Acting Deputy Chief Leonard J. Barra would become Chief of Police and Acting Deputy Chief Mario Luna would be promoted to Captain.

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Road Work Ahead

IMPERIAL, CA: The City of Imperial has several road/pavement improvement projects scheduled to begin this week starting tomorrow, November 29, 2017. Drivers can expect delays in the following areas:

Aten Blvd: Vilore Way to Austin Road: November 29-December 8, 2017, pavement improvements;

Dogwood Road: Aten Blvd to South City Limit (Treshill Canal) Thursday November 30 – December 8, 2017, pavement improvements;

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Community "Walk with Ease" Program

The City of Imperial Department of Community Services is happy to announce our new “Walk with Ease” community program. This program is part of a collaborative effort with the Arthritis Foundation. “This exercise program is believed to reduce pain and improve overall health.”The program will begin on November 27, 2017 and continue for six (6) weeks through January 3, 2018. Classes will be held every Monday and Wednesday from 4:30pm to 5:30pm. Spots are limited; individuals wanting to participate are encouraged to call (760) 355-3316 to register today.

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Water & Sewer Rate FAQ's

With the City's recent release of the water and sewer rate study we've received some questions from the public. We have put together some information that we hope you will find helpful during this process. Our FAQ's listed below respond directly to feedback we have received from our residents. Should you have addition questions please call (760) 355-3842. 

Why did the City of Imperial conduct a rate study?

There are three primary reasons for rate increases; increasing regulatory mandates, aging infrastructure, and inflation. It is common practice to conduct a rate study every three to five years. The last rate study was conducted in 2009, with the last rate increase implemented in 2013. The City has continued to perform major repairs to the water and sewer systems without fully passing on those costs to our account holders.

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2017 Water & Sewer Rate Study

The City of Imperial last performed a water and sewer rate study in 2009. Since then, the City has implemented the rate structure as outlined in that study with the last increase occurring in August 2013. The City has continued to perform major repairs to water and sewer systems without fully passing these costs to our rate payers. The City Council of the City of Imperial contracted Bartle Wells & Associates to perform a water and sewer rate study. The findings of the study determined the rate increases projected to provide sufficient funds for operations and infrastructure spending.

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