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TRACY MAYOR NANCY YOUNG AND TRACY CITY COUNCIL TO DELIVER VIRTUAL “TEAM TRACY” ADDRESS

Mayor Nancy Young and the Tracy City Council presented their Virtual Team Tracy Address on Thursday, June 3 2021 at 11 AM. Watch it here

Read the full press release here.


Tracy Parks & Rec Introduces Summer Programming, Including Rec Swim at Joe Wilson Pool

For more information, please see the following press releases:
Parks & Recreation Department Introduces Summer Programming

Recreational Swim at Joe Wilson Pool Kicks Off June 5th

City Facilities & In-Person Services Available by Appointment Only

Effective May 5, 2021, the City of Tracy is offering some in-person services by appointment at our City facilities. Click here to view the appointment hours being offered for City facilities and departments. Please note that City buildings will remain locked and those with appointments will be escorted in the building. For your convenience, access to City services online, by phone, email or virtual meeting will continue to be available Monday - Thursday: 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. and on alternating Fridays: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. We look forward to seeing you!

Parks And Recreation 2021 Activity Guide

Get your play on! Summer 2021 Registration is now open. Please visit our Recreation Activity Guide to see what camps & classes are being offered this season. Please note all programs have been modified to follow local, county and state guidelines regarding Covid-19. *Camps and Classes subject to change. To register, please click here.

City of Tracy Proposed Fiscal Year 2021-2022 Budget

The City of Tracy’s proposed operating and Capital Improvement Plan budget for Fiscal Year 2021-2022 has been prepared and is available for viewing here

 

The proposed budget will be presented to the City Council for adoption during their regular meeting on May 18th at 7 PM. For more information on the agenda and opportunities for public comment, visit the City's Council meeting agenda webpage.

Notice of Public Hearing Urban Water Management Plan and Water Shortage Contingency Plan - 2020 Update 


The Urban Water Management Planning Act (California Water Code §10608–10656) requires the City of Tracy (City) to update its Urban Water Management Plan (UWMP) and associated Water Shortage Contingency Plan (WSCP) every 5 years. The City must also make the draft documents available for public review and hold a public hearing before adopting its UWMP and associated WSCP.


This is to notify you that the City will hold a public hearing on June 1, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. to consider proposed revisions and updates to the 2020 UWMP and associated WSCP.   The UWMP and associated WSCP will be made available for public review by May 4, 2021 at here. Click here for the City Council meeting agenda and for links to the virtual public hearing.

If you have any questions about the 2020 UWMP or WSCP or the process for updating these documents, please contact Stephanie Reyna-Hiestand at:

City of Tracy 3900 Holly Drive Tracy, California 95304 (209) 831-6333 Stephanie.Hiestand@cityoftracy.org

INTERSECTION OF macarthur drive and delta AVENUE to be closed to through trAFFIC for Tracy Effluent Pipeline Project

For more information, please read the full press release here

Welcome East Bay Community Energy (EBCE)

In April, all residential and business accounts in Tracy will be automatically enrolled in East Bay Community Energy’s Bright Choice plan. The first enrollment notice can be viewed here (PDF). The second enrollment notice can be viewed here (PDF).

 

You’ll continue to get your bill from PG&E; EBCE’s charges will appear as well as a Generation Credit to offset EBCE’s charges. For more information about your bill and how to calculate your monthly savings visit: UNDERSTAND YOUR BILL

To learn more, watch their Public Outreach presentation from our February 2nd City Council meeting, check out the webinar they hosted on March 24, 2021 or visit EBCE’s website

View EBCE’s Frequently Asked Questions

 

Click here to change your plan or opt out.

Emergency Rental Assistance Program

A new $29.3 million Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) became available to San Joaquin County residents yesterday. The ERAP will help qualified tenants address unpaid rent and utilities, prevent eviction, and assist landlords with their financial obligations. For those living in Tracy and unincorporated areas of San Joaquin County, you may apply here. 

Infrastructure Master Plan

The City of Tracy’s Engineering Division is underway to update all seven of its Infrastructure Master Plans. The current plans were completed in 2012-2013 and serve as a roadmap for our growing city, which strives to be environmentally healthy, economically prosperous and equitable in opportunity for all. The updated infrastructure master plans help residents understand how the City of Tracy’s infrastructure is performing and how the City identifies current and future needs. City infrastructure includes all the services and facilities that keep us going like transportation, buildings, power and telecommunications to name a few. The Master Plans Update began in spring 2019 and is scheduled to be completed in two phases by fall 2021. An integral part of the Master Plans Update is public involvement.

Visit the Infrastructure Master Plans page for current updates and future public comment opportunities.


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City of Tracy Strategic Plan to End Homelessness

Please click here for more information. 


City of Tracy Adopts Urgency Ordinance to Support Local Businesses During COVID-19 Pandemic

The Tracy City council adopted an urgency ordinance that authorizes the city manager to extend the duration of temporary event permits, issue special event permits and waive certain permit fees During the current COVID-19 public health emergency. The intent of the urgency ordinance is to support businesses in their efforts to operate in compliance with the state and county stay-at-home orders while safeguarding the health and safety of the community.

If you are a local business and would like to apply for a permit or if you have additional questions, please call: 209-831-6201 or email: parks@cityoftracy.org.

For business resources, please contact our Economic Development team at 831-6400 or visit thinkinsidethetriangle.org.


Visit the City of Tracy's COVID-19 Webpage

Read the lhe latest COVID-19 Update Newsletter.

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To watch the latest City Council COVID-19 Update video, click here


 

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