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Request for Proposals - Safe Parking Area

The City of Tracy is announcing a Request for Proposals (RFP) to solicit applications from entities and/or non-profit organizations to establish and operate a Safe Parking Area for homeless individuals within the City of Tracy. Operations are scheduled to begin in early March 2020. Up to $25,000 in funding is available to support the operations of a Safe Parking Area. Download the RFP

Proposal Deadline: Tuesday, February 25, 2020 by 12:00 p.m.

Please Join Parks & Recreation For Their Joint-Community Workshops!

The Parks & Recreation Department will again be taking feedback on the Citywide Parks, Recreation and Trails Master Plan effort. This workshop will focus on the “Vision, Recommendations and Projects” that will guide the department in the coming years. Additional consultants and City staff working on the Urban Forestry Management Plan and Bikeways Master Plan will be in attendance for support as well. Our urban forest and bikeways network play pivotal roles in the quality and effectiveness of our parks & recreation here in Tracy. An “open house” style workshop will be held on Thursday, March 19th from 5:30pm-7:30pm at Lolly Hansen Senior Center. Children are welcome and there will be light refreshments. Citizens can drop in at any point during that time to give feedback on the projects. Please come out and support these three very important projects!

Request for Proposals - City of Tracy Warming Center

The City of Tracy is announcing a Request for Proposals (RFP) to solicit applications from entities and/or non-profit organizations to establish and operate a seasonal Warming Center and/or safe parking area for homeless individuals within the City of Tracy. The Warming Center will offer an overnight resource to the local homeless population during the winter months. Operations are scheduled to begin in early March 2020. Up to $25,000 in funding is available to support the operations of a Warming Center and/or safe parking area. Download the RFP. 

Proposal Deadline: Monday, February 24, 2020 by 12:00 p.m.

Informational Meeting: Thursday, February 20, 2020 @ 3:00 p.m. City Hall – Room 109

Drop Off Your Vote-by-Mail Ballot at Tracy City Hall!

Did you know you can drop off your Vote-by-Mail ballot for the March 3, 2020 Primary Election at Tracy City Hall?
The Official Ballot Drop Box is located downstairs near the elevator by the Development Services counter (333 Civic Center Plaza, 1st floor). It is accessible to the public during regular business hours starting February 6, 2020 and ending on March 3, 2020 at 6:00 p.m.

2020 Census

Every 10 years, people across the country and in California fill out the Census in order to have an accurate count of all people in the United States. The Census determines California’s federal funding for important community services that help support our families and fair share of representation in California and Washington D.C. The next Census is in Spring 2020. Let’s ensure all Californians are counted so we can put those resources to good use here at home! Click here for more information about the Census.

The U.S. Census Bureau is ramping up their national recruiting efforts to hire up to 500,000 census takers for the 2020 Census. The positions offer competitive pay, flexible hours, paid training, and weekly paychecks.  Click here to read more.

The City of Tracy is still looking for applicants to fill three vacant positions on the Measure V Residents’ Oversight Committee!

This position allows you to serve in an advisory-only capacity to the City Council, and provide oversight of the revenues and expenses pertaining to the portion of the sales tax generated by Measure V in addition, among other responsibilities.

If you, or someone you know is interested, we urge you to apply before the 6:00pm February 19 deadline. For more information please click here.

Earth, Air, Water, Fire: Balancing on the Edge 

Earth, Air, Water, Fire: Balancing on the Edge presents the work of Kelly Leahy Radding and Sanda Manuila, and is curated by Gwenda Joyce. The exhibition explores the challenges to our environment from climate change, disasters, human development, and pollution and the impact upon threatened species, habitats, and natural resources. The disruption to the primary balance of the elements is examined through a variety of media including egg tempera, casein, oil, pastel, and watercolor. This event is free and open to the public during regular gallery hours January 25 - March 14, 2020. For additional information, please click here.

Open Registration Begins for the Grand Theatre's Arts Education 2020 Winter/Spring Semester!

Pick up your copy of the Arts Education Catalog at the Grand now, or view it online!

City of Tracy Parks & Recreation's Winter/Spring 2020 Activity Guide Has Been Released!

Take on the season by learning something new or registering in one of your favorite classes. Pick up your copy of the Winter/Spring 2020 Activity Guide at the City Hall now, or view it online!

Development of a Strategic Plan to End Homelessness in Tracy

On November 19th, the City of Tracy hosted the first of a series of planned workshops to gather information and develop a Strategic Plan to End Homelessness in Tracy.  This work session consisted of 50+ representatives from local affiliates, government agencies, foundations, service providers, strategic partners, folks with lived experience and family members thereof. Since then, three more meetings were heldAdditional information can be found by visiting our Strategic Plan to Prevent and End Homelessness webpage.

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Downtown Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) 

The Downtown TOD Project is a long-range planning and urban design study that is evaluating how the introduction of commuter rail service, via Tri-Valley Regional Rail Authority’s planned Valley Link line, will impact development opportunities in and around the greater Downtown Tracy and surrounding areas. These so-called transit-development opportunities include the prospect of additional jobs and housing within walking and biking distance of the transit station. In turn, the presence of additional employees and residents can increase the demand for shopping, restaurants, and services, making Downtown Tracy an even more vibrant destination within the city and the region. The project will identify the community’s vision and preferred concept for transit-oriented development in the project area, provide conceptual designs for key opportunity sites and explore approaches to implement and fund the development concept.

The results of the online survey, which ended on December 2, 2019, are now available to view on the  project website. This effort began in August and is expected to be completed by Spring of 2020. The project will include additional participation opportunities at upcoming City Council and Planning Commission meetings.  For additional information on the workshop and/or project, please contact Scott Claar, Senior Planner with City of Tracy Development Service Department by phone: (209) 831-6429 or email: scott.claar@cityoftracy.org

Cannabis Regulations: Prop 64 Webpage

Check into the City's Cannabis Regulations: Prop 64 webpage to stay updated on all of our special meetings regarding cannabis regulations for Tracy.

Stroll Down Penny Lane - A Multimedia Show About the Life and Music of Paul McCartney

Ticket Price(s): $25

Seating Chart – Eleni Tsakopoulos-Kounalakis Theatre (ETK Theatre)

Stroll Down Penny Lane is a live performance with beautiful, accompanying films. Featuring the music of the most iconic songwriter of our age: Paul McCartney, the show’s songs span the length of McCartney’s career — from early influences, to the
Beatles, through the Wings period and beyond. All songs are performed by some of the Bay Area’s most sought-after career musicians. You’ll also hear songs that have never been performed in concert — anywhere, by anyone!

Delve deep into the music, see the origin of a song and the musical devices that McCartney used to move us so deeply. You’ll also see the collaboration that led to the creation of a song and get a glimpse of the history the music is embedded in. For more information, click here.

MacArthur Drive Widening and Construction Project Update

As part of the City’s ongoing efforts to serve the increased traffic demands in our growing community, construction to widen MacArthur Drive between Schulte and Valpico Road from two to four lanes began on May 1, 2019. During construction, traffic signals on MacArthur at Schulte Road, Yosemite Drive, East Lake Drive and Valpico Road will be on “flash” to accommodate the construction activities. One lane of traffic will be maintained in each direction on MacArthur, however, there may be occasions when traffic must be flagged. To minimize the traffic delays and inconvenience to the residents, parents and students, construction will begin after 8 AM on school days. For more details on this project, please read the full media release.

Recycled Water Project Construction Update

The City’s contractor, Mountain Cascade Inc., has begun construction related to the ongoing Recycled Water Project on Lammers Road beginning south of Kimball High School and ending at the intersection of Lammers and Schulte Road. In an effort to minimize traffic impacts to local residents, schools, neighbors and motorists, most of the pipeline installation and trenching work will be completed during the nighttime and is expected to be complete by December 10, 2019.Click here for the full press release.

City of Tracy Public Safety Power Shutoff Preparedness Webpage

Upon initial assessment of current facilities and resources available, the City of Tracy is prepared to continue providing essential services such as water, wastewater and public safety services to the community in the event of a power outage of 48 hours affecting some or all of the city. Additional information regarding the City’s plans were provided at the City Council Meeting on July 16, 2019.

Click here for the latest news about Public Safety Power Shutoffs

San Joaquin County Office of Emergency Services and City of Tracy will continue to monitor the potential PSPS Situation. For full details, please read the press release.

Potential PG&E Public Safety Power Shutoffs Presentation

Click here to watch the video presentation for Potential PG&E Public Safety Power Shutoffs. For the PowerPoint slides, please click here


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