|March 22, 2017The Martinez Waterfront Amphitheater will be transformed into a child size interactive village, navigated by rideable toys, trikes and bikes.|
|March 22, 2017On March 6, 2017, one Asian citrus Psyllid (ACP), Diaphorina citri Kuwayama, a serious exotic pest, was identified from the City of Pleasant Hill, Contra Costa County. This detection indicates that a breeding population exists in the area. The infestation is sufficiently isolated and localized to be susceptible to the California Department of Food and Agriculture's (CDFA) ACP treatment work plan, which includes treatment with foliar and soil-applied insecticides.|
The treatment plan for the ACP infestation will be implemented within a 50- to 100-meter radius of each detection site. Visit this link for more information.
If you have questions related to this program, please contact the CDFA toll-free telephone number at (800) 491-1899 for assistance.
|March 15, 2017The City of Martinez is now accepting applications for Account Technician II. Please click the links below for more details and filing instructions.|
Account Technician II
|March 15, 2017The City of Martinez is now accepting applications for Water Superintendent Please click the links below for more details and filing instructions.|
|March 14, 2017"Martinez CA is a colorful, vibrant and fun filled city that is much more than it seems."|
|March 9, 2017The pool is open from May 1st – October 29th . Must be a minimum of fifteen years old. Starting pay is $10.75 per hour. The city offers lifeguard classes or help finding a class to meet your schedule. Great Training! Great staff! Great place to work this summer!|
|March 8, 2017|
The City has long been a supporter of local non-profit organizations that serve the Martinez community. To help achieve this objective, the City Council adopted a "Community Groups Funding Program" in March 2007. The City is now accepting applications from community organizations for the upcoming Fiscal Year 2017-18, which starts July 1, 2017.
|March 7, 2017The City would like to extend a big thank you to all those that submitted their photographs to us for the 2017-19 Budget Photo Contest. The quality of the photographs was exceptional and there will certainly be many good options to choose from for the 2017-19 Budget document.|
Next steps in the process will be a meeting with the Budget Subcommittee sometime in April 2017 (exact date/time still to be determined) to evaluate the submissions and make recommendations to staff. Winners will be formally recognized at a City Council meeting in June and receive byline credit in the 2017-19 Budget.
|March 2, 2017What's Inside...|
• Now Accepting Measure D Oversight Committee Applications!
• Storm Update
• How You Can Protect Your Community from Flooding
• Message from the Chief of Police
• Upcoming Events
|February 27, 2017The City of Martinez is now accepting applications for Community & Economic Development Director. Please click the links below for more details and filing instructions.|
Community & Economic Development Director