The City of Williams is currently looking for your feedback as we apply for the Outdoor Equity Grants Program. This grant will increase the ability of residents in low income urban and rural communities to participate in outdoor experiences at state parks and other public lands. To assist us, please answer the following questions.
Actualmente, la Ciudad de Williams está buscando su opinión y comentarios para solicitar una beca de Equidad al Aire Libre. Esta beca aumentaría la capacidad de los residentes de las comunidades urbanas y rurales de bajos ingresos para participar en experiencias al aire libre en los parques estatales y otros terrenos públicos. Para ayudarnos favor de responder a las siguientes preguntas.
Sacramento Valley Museum Presents:
3rd Annual Antique Bottle and Collectables Show
Friday, October 1st, 10:30 AM - 4:30 PM
$10 early Bird Door Charge
Saturday, October 2nd, 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
1491 E Street, Williams, CA
Show Chairs: Slim & Cristy Edwards
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Williams Pioneer Day 2021
Williams Police Department Announces Promotion to the Rank of Sergeant
On Monday, July 29, 2019, Williams Police Chief Jim Saso announced the promotion of Police Officer Adam Reusser to the rank of Sergeant.
Sergeant Reusser joined the Department in 2017 and is currently assigned to the Field Operations Division as a patrol Sergeant. Sergeant Reusser has previously served as a Police Officer with the Gridley-Biggs Police Department and with the Marysville Police Department.
Sergeant Reusser earned a Bachelor's Degree in Social Criminal Justice from the Ashford University and possess his Peace Officer and Standards Training (P.O.S.T) Basic, Intermediate, and Advanced Certificates.
Williams Pioneer Day June 1st, 2019Photos by Richard Lau Photography