|November 25, 2015The 2015 Light Parade and Holiday Frolic Activities have been scheduled for December 4, 2015, in Downtown Martinez.|
|November 24, 2015|
Wednesday, December 2nd, the Senior Center we will be CLOSED from 8am—12:00pm (NOON). PG&E will be doing restoration work in our area and will be shutting down all power to the center. All morning classes, programs, and activities will be cancelled on this date. We will not be serving lunch at C.C. Café. We will resume regular programming at Noon.
|November 23, 2015|
On October 20, 2015, the Parks Recreation Marina and Cultural Commission directed the Dog Park Subcommittee to reconvene and obtain input from a recently created dog park supporter group and other members of the public.
|November 23, 2015Onstage Repertory Theatre presents NOT a Christmas Carol, December 3-13, 2015 ...a modern version of the Charles Dickens classic written and directed by Kathryn G. McCarty|
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|November 20, 2015In accordance with State laws and the goals of the City's Climate Action Plan (adopted June 2009), the City is implementing a residential (and commercial) Organics Recycling Program to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. |
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|November 20, 2015|
The City of Martinez is now accepting applications for General Laborer.
For this position and other openings in the City, please visit the JOBS page.
|November 19, 2015Volunteers are needed for the Holiday Frolic!|
Friday, December 4th, 2:00 - 9:00 pm
|November 17, 2015The City is moving forward with updating its General Plan and completed the current public comment phase on the Draft Environmental Impact Report. A City's General Plan lays out the plan for development within the city for the next 30 years. The Draft Environmental Impact Report examines the environmental impacts that could occur as a result of the adoption of the updated General Plan.|
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|November 16, 2015|
City Manager Rob Braulik has announced his resignation from the City. He has decided after serving over thirty (30) years in the public sector to pursue private sector opportunities. More...
|November 13, 2015The City has been informed the rink will be opening on Saturday, 11/21/15. Please check Downtown Holiday Ice website for more updates.|
Main Street Martinez is proud to bring this seasonal outdoor ice rink to downtown Martinez during the 2015-16 holiday season.
|November 11, 2015|
The City is moving forward with updating its General Plan and completed the current public comment phase on the Draft Environmental Impact Report. A City’s General Plan lays out the plan for development within the city for the next 30 years. The Draft Environmental Impact Report examines the environmental impacts that could occur as a result of the adoption of the updated General Plan. More...
|November 6, 2015The CoolCalifornia Challenge is well underway, and the City needs your help to climb to the top of the leaderboard! The city with the most points at the end of the Challenge will be crowned the "Coolest California City." |
|November 2, 2015|
• Tree Replacement Locations
• Martinez - Best City for Families
• Alhambra Creek Silt Removal Project
...and many more!
|November 2, 2015The City of Martinez has designated the following four (4) locations for the stockpiling of sand and one (1) location for sand bags|
|October 23, 2015Affordable & Fun Skill-Based Youth Sport Camps |
Skyhawks youth sports camps are committed to providing a safe, fun and skill-based experience for kids between the ages of 3 and 12. They are a national youth sports camp company with local camps in over 500 communities.
Now accepting registration for Tot Soccer & Tot Basketball.
|October 7, 2015|
News Release - City Encourages Residents to Sign Up For the 2015-16 CoolCalifornia Challenge.
What: The City of Martinez is proud to announce it is one of 22 cities statewide competing in the "CoolCalifornia Challenge." This fun and friendly competition between environmentally-conscious cities and towns is sponsored by Energy Upgrade California. The goal of the Challenge is for Martinez residents to help our City save energy, conserve water, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and build more vibrant and sustainable communities.
|October 2, 2015|
The Joe DiMaggio Hometown Hero Project held a Re-Christening event last night at the Cobra Experience Museum. Many attendees were on hand to see the unveiling of the recently restored Joltin' Joe 22-foot Chris Craft boat that was presented to Joe DiMaggio October 1, 1949 from the New York Yankee fans while the City of New York and the Yankees celebrated "Joe DiMaggio Day."
|October 2, 2015|
An icon of downtown Martinez is getting a refresh. Earlier this week, the City of Martinez began repainting the Martinez Amtrak Station. Crews will paint the exterior trim to match the original sage green accents featured on the station since its opening in September, 2001. The building maintenance is one of many Capital Improvement Projects identified by the City for the new fiscal year.
|September 18, 2015Mayor Schroder, on behalf of the City Council, proclaimed October 1, 2015, as "Joltin' Joe Day" in the City of Martinez|