|February 24, 2017City of Martinez is now hiring Lifeguard/Swim Lesson Instructor for 2017 Season. Starting Lifeguard $10.75 per hour.|
|February 17, 2017The City of Martinez has designated the following four (4) locations for the stockpiling of sand and one (1) location for sand bags|
|February 16, 2017MARTINEZ – The City of Martinez is now accepting interest applications for the Measure D Citizen's Oversight Committee, as follows: |
1) To appoint four (4) members of the public who will, along with the City Treasurer, be charged with reviewing the City’s expenditures of Measure D proceeds to ensure the funds were spent in compliance with the requirements of the measure adopted by Martinez voters on November 8, 2016.
2) Ideal candidates include individuals with business and/or community service experience; financial experience is also preferred.
3) An Interest Form application for this Committee will be accepted until March 3, 2017 (or later if necessary). The Mayor will review the applications and make appointment recommendations to the City Council at the March 15, 2017 Council Meeting.
For additional information or to obtain a hardcopy of the Interest Form for the Measure D Citizen’s Oversight Committee, please contact City Clerk’s Office, 525 Henrietta Street, Martinez, CA 94553, or call (925) 372-3512. Interest Forms may also be downloaded here.
|February 16, 2017The Martinez Chamber of Commerce and the City of Martinez held the 2017 State of the City Address on Tuesday, February 14, 2017. Guest speaker was Dan Borenstein, Columnist/Editorial Writer for the East Bay Times and the State of the City Address was presented by Mayor Rob Schroder with added highlights from City Manager Brad Kilger and Chief of Police Manjit Sappal.|
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|February 15, 2017The City of Martinez is now accepting applications for Police Officer. Please click the links below for more details and filing instructions.|
|February 2, 2017What's Inside...|
• Storm Update
• Message from the Chief of Police
• Water Treatment Plant Project
• City Employee Promotions
• City Events
|January 29, 2017At approximately 2pm on Sunday, 1/29/17, a motorist was parked in a parking lot in the 600 block of Ward St. The driver accidentally placed the vehicle in drive while the vehicle was running and struck a gas meter. PG&E was not able to shut the gas off at the source. A digging crew was called out to dig up and pinch the gas line. PG&E requested a 2 block street closure during the incident. The 600-700 block of Main St was evacuated. The leak was capped at approximately 3:30 PM and all areas were opened up except the 600 block of Ward St and the Alhambra Plaza due to crews continuing to work. No injuries were reported during this incident and the driver was evaluated and found not to be intoxicated. As of this press release, all areas have been opened up.|
|January 27, 2017The 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.|