A notice has been issued by the National Weather Service for a potential strong wind event.  This event is expected to begin Tuesday, January 28 through Wednesday, January 29.  This wind event has the potential to down trees, power lines and blow debris throughout the Wilderness Park, Thompson Creek Trail, and City.  Please use caution around trees, power lines, and secure your property.  City parks will remain OPEN during this time.


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Child Safety Seats

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Children riding in a motor vehicle must be secured in an appropriate child passenger restraint until they are at least 8 years old or 4-foot-9-inches tall. All children under 16 must ride properly buckled. 

Common Guidelines That Help Keep Children Safe on the Road

  • The best place for a child is in the back seat
  • Babies should ride rear-facing and reclined until 1 year old and at least 30 pounds
  • Toddlers should ride forward-facing and upright with a harness until 40 pounds
  • Children over 40 pounds or who have outgrown the harness system should use a lap-and-shoulder-positioning booster seat

How to Choose & Use Safety Seats and Booster Seats

  • Select a seat that fits the child
  • The seat should fit the vehicle and should be easy to install correctly
  • Remember to always follow the child safety seat and vehicle instruction manuals
  • Never install a rear-facing infant seat in front of an airbag
  • Make sure the vehicle seat belt is routed correctly
  • Fasten the safety seat tightly with vehicle seat belt
  • Fit the child safety seat harness snugly to the child

For more information on choosing the correct seat, please visit the article, "How to find the Right Seat."