THIS SATURDAY — Sell alone or join a neighbor! All streets in the Ridgway Historic District are invited to participate. Signs will be displayed and an ad will appear in the Press Democrat. We will also advertise on Craigslist. Feel free to make additional signs for your home if your street did not receive lots of traffic in the past.
Note: To help with the expenses for the summer neighborhood BBQ, we would like to present the opportunity for you to donate 5 - 10% of your proceeds to assist with this event. This is on the honor system and is strictly voluntary. If you care to participate and would like to share a portion of your proceeds from your garage sale, please place your cash donation in an envelope and deliver it to 321 Benton Street. This would be greatly appreciated and would lessen the expenses on volunteers organizing the Neighborhood BBQ. Thank you very much.
Either way, please join your neighbors by selling and/or shopping at our 10th Annual Ridgway Historic Neighborhood Sale. If it rains, the date will change to June 24th.
Questions, comments, and requests relating to this meeting may be made to the Association via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
An Excessive Heat Watch has been issued by the National Weather Service for Friday through Sunday.
Temperatures in the Inland areas, including Santa Rosa, are expected to peak in the 90s and 100s. Following unseasonably cool weather, the rapid increase in temperatures to 20 degrees above normal may not provide adequate time for acclimation. These rising temperatures could increase heat-related illnesses for the young, elderly, or other sensitive groups, especially those exposed to prolonged outdoor heat.
- Drink plenty of water
- Limit outdoor activities during the hottest portions of the day
- Seek air-conditioned buildings
- Help elderly and kids stay cool
- Make sure pets and animals have cool areas to rest
An Excessive Heat Watch, as defined by the National Weather Service, means that a prolonged period of hot temperatures is expected. The combination of hot temperatures and high humidity will combine to create a dangerous situation in which heat illnesses are possible.
For information on the heat and fire season, visit www.srcity.org/emergency.