|January 13, 2017The City of Martinez would like to thank our community members for thinking of our Public Works crew during the storm clean-up efforts. Members of the community dropped off food today for the crew to enjoy for lunch.|
|January 13, 2017The City of Martinez would like to reach out to the resident's that were effected during the flood. Crews will be continuing their cleanup efforts this weekend. In order to expedite their efforts we are like asking for the cooperation of the residents to move cars and other objects out of the street. |
|January 6, 2017The City of Martinez has designated the following four (4) locations for the stockpiling of sand and one (1) location for sand bags|
|January 5, 2017Republic Services is once again offering customers collection options for recycling their holiday trees. |
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|December 22, 2016The City is once again sponsoring a photo contest to coincide with its upcoming Biennial Budget. The winning photographs of Martinez will be showcased in the 2017-19 Budget document.|
|December 8, 2016What's Inside...|
• Berrellesa Bridge Ribbon Cutting
• Message from the Chief of Police
• What You Need to Know About Proposition 64
• 2016 Eco Award Winners
• Have Breakfast with Santa
...and many more!
|December 8, 2016The City of Martinez is now accepting applications for Police Dispatcher. Please click the link below for more details and filing instructions.|
|November 18, 2016Detective Miles Williamson was honored as the 2016 MPD Officer of the Year! Congratulations Detective Williamson! Thank you for your dedication and service to our community!|
|November 2, 2016What's inside...|
• Hidden Lakes Ribbon Cutting
• Message from the Chief of Police
• New Hires
|October 13, 2016The Pumpkin Dunkin has been rescheduled due to the cold, rainy weather forecasted for Saturday, October 15th. The new date is Saturday, October 22nd, 1 - 3 pm. |
|October 13, 2016New Building Codes effective January 1, 2017|
Notice: The City of Martinez will be adopting the 2016 California Codes as required by State law.
|October 6, 2016On December 18, 2015, the City Council approved the recommendation of the Parks, Recreation, Marina and Cultural Commission (PRMCC) to allow a Community Mural to be painted in the Main Street Plaza. |
|September 6, 2016PRIMARY ARGUMENT IN FAVOR OF MEASURE D|
Measure D provides local funding that stays under local control, exclusively for improving and repairing roads in Martinez.
Yes on Measure D will:
- Triple our current paving budget and put us on the path to dramatically improving our roads, especially in our residential areas
- Only cost shoppers 50¢ for every $100 dollars spent on taxable goods
- Create safer conditions for children and pedestrians on neighborhood streets
- Improve public safety and reduce auto damage
- Automatically expire in 15 years
|September 6, 2016MARTINEZ – City Manager, Brad Kilger, today announced the hiring of Anne Cardwell as the Assistant City Manager for the City of Martinez. Cardwell will fill the position that was vacated by the previous Assistant City Manager Alan Shear, who left in April of this year to assume the position of Administrative Services Director with the City of Millbrae.|
|August 19, 2016|
Martinez Recreation is now accepting teams for the Coed and Men's Single Wall Bat League. The season begins the week of September 5th. Coed plays Tuesday night and Men’s play Friday nights.
|August 12, 2016|
Martinez' most acclaimed social event, Martinis on the Plaza Gala, is held around the fountain at Ignacio Plaza under twinkling white lights with the gaiety of the post-Depression and World War II era.
|June 14, 2016|
Are you a recent college graduate or current student looking to gain valuable experience you can use to launch a career in the rapidly-growing field of environmental sustainability? If so, the City of Martinez is now hiring for the part-time Sustainability Programs Assistant internship position.