Interested in serving on the City of Martinez Task Force on Anti-Racism and Discrimination and Pro Inclusion and Equity (ARDPIE)? The purpose of the Task Force is to review and provide recommendations to the City Council on how City policies, procedures, and programming can be changed to ensure the elimination of systemic racism and to better serve every member of the community. Applicants must be either a resident of Martinez or have substantial involvement in a community organization or local business. (Versions: English / Spanish)
County Health Officer Order No. HO-COVID19-22 issued on July 5, 2020, requires adequate social distancing and use of face coverings outdoors and will continue to be in effect until it is extended, rescinded, superseded, or amended in writing by the Health Officer. City of Martinez parks remain open, but only in a limited capacity. Read more to view a list of permissible Recreation activities and/or facilities based on the current County Health orders.
Main Street Martinez and Tully & Weiss Charities have launched a
Meals to Martinez program to provide $30,000 in free meals from downtown
Martinez businesses to 600 families that lost work due to being classified as
“non-essential.” The program is meant to help out families hardest hit by the Shelter in Place orders, while giving a boost to local restaurants that lost business. Click below for more details.
In October of 2017, the City Council adopted a resolution known as the “United Against Hate” Resolution, denouncing and condemning intolerance of any individual or group and hate speech of any kind. Read the full press release by clicking the "Read More" link below.
Please read the message to the Martinez community from Mayor Rob Schroder.