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Tehachapi podcast TehachaPod

TehachaPod, the official podcast of the City of Tehachapi continues to grow in popularity and had...

 

Supervisor Zack Scrivner talks with TehachaPod

County of Kern Supervisor Zack Scrivner was a guest on TehachaPod where we had a conversation about re-opening of our local Kern County economy....

 

Community shares hope, gratitude

This Kaiser Permanente banner is a tribute and a "thank you" to its frontline workers during the...

 

Using common sense to flatten the curve

It's beginning to look like the state mandated stay-at-home orders and social distancing protocols...

 

Working on two fronts

As we continue this modified version of life during the Coronavirus pandemic, it's important to...

 
 By Pat Doody    Local News    March 28, 2020

Tehachapi City Council Update

City approves utility deferments, waivers during COVID-19 crisis In an effort to address the...

 
 By Pat Doody    Local News    March 14, 2020

Christina Scrivner appointed to City Council seat

The first order of business at the March 2 Tehachapi City Council meeting was to choose a new...

 

Tehachapi launches podcast TehachaPod

The City of Tehachapi has added podcasting to its communication portfolio as it launched TehachaPod...

 
 By Pat Doody    Local News    March 14, 2020

City Manager discusses COVID-19 measures

City Manager Greg Garrett reported to the City Council Monday, March 16 that the City departments...

 

Diversity is key

The interaction within the City of Tehachapi is as unique as the day is long. Working with and...

 

Finance Department receives Distinguished Budget Presentation Award

On Jan. 22, the City of Tehachapi received another award for the Finance Department from the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA). The GFOA...

 

Locals meet with SCE at Public Safety Power Shutoffs Town Hall

On Friday, Feb. 7, State Senator Shannon Grove held a Town Hall at the Slice of Life Enrichment...

 

Tehachapi Senior Center

One of the benefits of being City Manager is interaction with the public and more importantly with...

 

City to post opening of Hetge's Council seat

At their Jan. 21 meeting, the Tehachapi City Council directed City staff to publish two times a...

 

2019 Year in Review

The City of Tehachapi is proud to present our 2019 Year in Review. The annual printed publication...

 

Jay Schlosser wins Regional Award

On Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2020, Tehachapi's Development Services Director Jay Schlosser received word...

 

City to receive two KernCOG awards

City Clerk Tory Marsh began the Jan. 6 City Council meeting by announcing that the City had...

 

Biggest snowstorm in decades

Newer Tehachapi residents who have wondered what it was like back in the old days, when there used...

 

Tehachapi, a reason to stay in California

One can understand, given today's climate, the desire for many to leave the state of California....

 

Coffee with the Mayor and City Manager

We had another large turnout for Coffee with the Mayor and City Manager held Nov. 21 at the Coffee...

 

Ground breaking for new TownePlace Suites in Tehachapi

At noontime on Dec. 4 representatives from Hotel Equities (HE) of Atlanta, Ga. along with the...

 

New County Health program coming to Tehachapi

Kern County Director of Public Health Matt Constantine appeared at the Dec. 2 Tehachapi City...

 

Holiday season in Tehachapi

It's certainly the holiday season as our public works team completes one of my favorite tasks,...

 

Public Safety Power Shutoffs, the new normal?

Public Safety Power Shutoffs: a topic swirling in controversy. There are many opinions about why...

 

Public Safety Power Shutoffs

The City of Tehachapi received electrical power in 1915 when the municipal lighting system went...

 

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