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City of Manteca Adopts $25 Permit Fees for Short-Term Rental Units

​At its April 5, 2022 City Council meeting, the Manteca City Council adopted Resolution 22-156, implementing a $25 permit fee for all applications and renewals for short-term rental units.

The City Council first adopted an ordinance establishing short-term rental unit requirements at its January 18, 2022 meeting; the ordinance went into effect in February 2022.

​2022 City Council Goals

- Stabilize City Finances
- Expand Homelessness Solutions & Affordable Housing Options
- Economic Development & Vitality
- Invest & Update City Infrastructure & Facilities
- Quality of Life
- Organizational Health/Effectiveness

New Cannabis Ordinance

​At the December 21, 2021 City Council meeting, Council adopted an ordinance that now specifies:

  • Regulations for cannabis businesses; and
  • Regulations for personal cultivation of medical and adult-use cannabis; and
    The ordinance goes into effect in late January 2022: 30 days after the adoption.

Read the cannabis ordinance and learn about the cannabis ordinance process in Manteca. For questions, please email mantecacannabis@mantecagov.com.

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Changes to Organic Waste Recycling

​Due to SB 1383, there are changes in organic food waste recycling coming to the City of Manteca! Examples of “organic food waste” includes:

  • Fruit and vegetables, cheese, meat, bones, poultry, seafood, bread, rice, pasta and oils;
  • Coffee grounds, coffee filters and tea bags;
  • Cut flowers and herbs; and
  • Any decayable matter produced from human or animal food production, preparation and consumption activities.

Learn more about residential recycling requirements and commercial recycling requirements.

2022 Manteca Watering Schedule

​Let's all do our part to keep saving water, Manteca! We are experiencing exceptional drought conditions throughout the County and state. Be sure to only water your lawn on your scheduled day, and that you have eliminated runoff into non-irrigated areas. It is more critical than ever that Californians continue to work together to Save Our Water & secure water for future generations.

Find your watering schedule day and additional conservation tips.

GoGov App

The City of Manteca has a free mobile app that allows residents to interact with City Hall without having to travel or make calls. If you need to report graffiti, bring other topics to the City's attention or find City department information, just open the GoGov app and submit your request. You can also use the GoGov app to:

- View a City department phone directory

- View Council Meeting recordings and agendas

- View updated COVID-19 information

- Report issues, such as illegal dumping, graffiti or potholes

Download the free City of Manteca GoGov app from your mobile device's app store:

Current City Council Meeting Agendas
Community Calendar
Watering Allowed
Even numbered addresses may water before 12:00 PM and after 6:00 PM (No watering during and within 48 hours following measurable rainfall)
Green Waste Pickup this Week
Trash and green waste pickup this week. Place your carts 3 feet from other carts and 5 feet from any parked vehicles on the night before  or by 5:00 AM on the scheduled day,
City Hall Offices Are Open
Capacity in the public areas will be limited and face coverings (such as masks) will be mandatory.
City Hall Offices Are Closed On Fridays
City Hall Offices including the Finance Department are closed every Friday due to City Hall employee's 4/10 schedule. Click here to pay City Of Manteca utility bills on-line or click here for additional bill paying options.
Planning Commission Meeting
Planning Commission Meetings are now open to the public. Capacity will be limited and face coverings (such as masks) will be mandatory. Click here for more information.
City Council Meeting
City Council Meetings are now open to the public. Capacity will be limited and face coverings (such as masks) will be mandatory. Click here for more information.
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