|October 26, 2016The City of Martinez is now accepting applications for Park Caretaker II. Please click the link below for more details and filing instructions. |
Park Caretaker II
|October 26, 2016The City recently installed all 25 of the high quality blue recycling bins purchased with CalRecycle State grant funding throughout the downtown area. |
|October 25, 2016The 7th annual Trunk or Treat |
Main Street Martinez & Cooperative Center FCU invite you to join us at a SAFE, FUN, and FREE Halloween Spooktacular!
Sunday, Oct. 30 from 10am to 2pm in Downtown Martinez
|October 25, 2016Dia de los Muertos - Festival of Altars |
Saturday, Oct. 29, 2016
Downtown Martinez - Main Street Plaza
|October 19, 2016Don't miss out on Martinez Senior Center's annual Bazaar! October 28th, 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. From hand-made crafts and jewelry to greeting cards and a white elephant, we will have it all. All proceeds go the Martinez Senior Citizens Club and benefit members and the center.|
Martinez Senior Center Annual Bazaar Info
|October 19, 2016|
Contra Costa residents will find it easier to vote in the upcomingNovember 8th Election, as the Contra Costa Elections Office once again partners with local agencies to provide convenient “CoCo Vote-N-Go” drop off locations, prior to and on Election Day.
Voters will find the drop-off boxes at all Contra Costa city halls (except the City of Martinez) and the County Administration Building, located at 651 Pine Street, Martinez, starting the week of October 10th -- when permanent vote-by-mail ballots are mailed.
For the City of Matinez the drop off box is located at Martinez Senior Center, 818 Green Street.
|October 18, 2016The City has created a special webpage dedicated to factual information about Measure D, the Martinez Road Improvement and Maintenance Measure. Measure D is a one-half percent (0.50%) transactions and use (sales) tax on the November 8, 2016 ballot which would provide funding exclusively for Martinez road improvement and maintenance needs. |
Measure D Information
|October 14, 2016The City of Martinez has designated the following four (4) locations for the stockpiling of sand and one (1) location for sand bags|
|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, 2016The rebroadcast of the September 22nd Martinez City Council Candidates’ Forum, hosted by the Martinez Area Chamber of Commerce, is now airing regularly on the City Channel (channel 28 for Comcast subscribers, channel 29 for Astound subscribers). Please see below for the complete October playback schedule:|
Sunday, October 9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th, starting @ 5 p.m.
Saturday, October 15th and 29th, starting @ 10 a.m.
Thursday, October 27th, starting @ 2 p.m.
|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. |
|October 6, 2016What's Inside...|
• Message from the Chief of Police
• City of Martinez - Best Places to Raise a Family in California
• Parking Lot Renovation
• Street Repairs
• New Hires/Recent Promotions/Retirement
|September 15, 2016Parking Lot 4 Renovation Project|
Parking Lot 4 will be closed from Mid September thru November 4, 2016.
Parking passes will be valid at all 4-Hour and 10-Hour parking zones.
|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.|
|September 6, 2016|
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following persons have been nominated for the offices herein mentioned to be filled at the Municipal Election to be held in the City of Martinez on the 8th day of November, 2016;
Noralea Gipner, Councilmember
Courtney Masella-O'Brien, Councilmember
Mark Ross, Councilmember
John Stevens, Councilmember
Richard G. Hernandez, City Clerk
Charles Martin, City Treasurer
Carolyn Robinson, City Treasurer
|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