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CCWD Asks Customers for 10% Voluntary Conservation

July 19, 2021 

To mitigate the impact of California’s current severe drought conditions, the Contra Costa Water District has moved into the first level of its Water Shortage Contingency Plan. Part of this plan is asking customers to voluntarily reduce water usage by 10%. In conjunction with the CCWD, the City is encouraging residents to comply with this request by adopting the following practices:

  • Inspect and Adjust Sprinklers
  • Set Lawn Mower Blades to 3 Inches
  • Use Mulch
  • Take Shorter Showers
  • Inspect and Repair Toilet Leaks

CCWD offers rebates and resources to help implement water-saving strategies. To learn more click the read more button below.

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Free Advanced Recycling Workshop

July 13, 2021 

The City of Martinez is hosting a free virtual advanced recycling workshop on Wednesday, July 28th from 6pm-8:30pm. This workshop will be focused on what goes into your recycling, organics, and trash carts.

Register now by visiting this webpage: https://tinyurl.com/3bfny5wm or for more information click read more.

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July 19th Resumption of Downtown Parking Meter Enforcement

July 7, 2021 

The City Council gave direction to staff on June 30th to resume parking meter enforcement in the downtown, effective July 19th. City staff have begun distributing flyers on windshields and placing notices on various parking meters to alert the public in advance of the July 19th resumption. Failure to pay parking meters after that time may result in a parking citation as provided for in the Martinez Municipal Code Section 10.36.070.


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Citywide Cleanup

June 16, 2021 

Don't miss the chance to get rid of your junk - the free Citywide Cleanup is happening next week! Place up to 21 (32-gallon) bags on the curb the night before your pick-up day. E-waste and yard waste will get picked up too, but make sure to keep them separate. Find out more details here

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City Hall Reopening

June 15, 2021 

Martinez City Hall will re-open to the public on June 15, 2021. The building will be open to the public Monday through Friday, between 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. All visitors will be required to wear face coverings at all times and socially distanced. To make an appointment with a specific department, please visit the Contact Us page here.


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Career Opportunities

June 11, 2021 

The City is now accepting applications for the following positions. Apply today and click on the "Read More" link below for complete job announcements including the application process.

  • Account Technician II (Water Utility Billing)
  • Commercial Pool Technician | Part-Time
  • General Labor | Temporary Seasonal
  • Human Resource Technician
  • Lifeguard/Swim Lesson Instructor
  • Recreation Leader (After School Program)
  • Recreation Leader (Summer Playground Program)
  • Police Officer (Lateral)
  • Police Officer (Current Academy Attendees Only)
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Join the Independent Redistricting Commission

June 3, 2021 

The City of Martinez is pleased to announce the establishment of an Independent Redistricting Commission which will draw new City Council district boundaries for the 2022 General Municipal Election. Click below for the full press release and learn how you can apply!

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Martinez Sturgeon Opening Day

May 28, 2021 

Opening Day for the Martinez Sturgeon professional baseball season is set for June 9th at Waterfront Park against the San Rafael Pacifics. Click below to view the full Press Release.

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Rental Assistance Program

May 27, 2021 

Contra Costa County has partnered with the State of California to operate a Countywide Emergency Rental Assistance Program called Housing is Key, which includes a utility assistance component for residents experiencing financial difficulties as a result of COVID-19. Please click the link below for more information.

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Paying Your Bills Online?

May 18, 2021 

Please be aware that the City of Martinez is NOT affiliated with www.doxo.com. Processing a water payment through this website could cause a delay of up to 10 business days for your payment to be received and posted to your account.

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