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Community Clean-Up Event
A community Clean-Up Event is scheduled for April 24, 2021 from 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM at 210 E. Wetmore St. The event is for Manteca residents (No businesses). Click here to download the flyer.
General Plan and EIR

​The City of Manteca has prepared a comprehensive update to its existing General Plan ​which is the “blueprint" for the development of Manteca. 

The accompanying Environmental Impact Report (EIR) is intended to provide public information regarding the foreseeable impacts associated with the build-out and policies of the General Plan.

Together the General Plan and EIR are intended to be an expression of the community's vision for the City and Planning Area and constitutes the policy and regulatory framework by which future development projects will be reviewed and public improvements will be implemented. The Plan will be implemented by requiring development, infrastructure improvements, and other projects to be consistent with its policies and by implementing the actions included in the General Plan.

Relocation Impact Study and Last Resort Housing Plan

The City of Manteca (City) is moving forward with its plan to expand the existing parking lot of the Transit Center which will be utilized to support future uses including the Altamont Corridor Express. In order to complete the Transit Center Parking Expansion Project (Project), the City will need to acquire property along Moffat Boulevard. Since one of the properties is occupied, the City will provide Relocation Assistance to the property occupants in accordance with California Relocation Assistance Law (Government Code §7260, et seq.) and implementing regulations found in the California Code of Regulations, Title 25, Chapter 6. Persons who are displaced as a result of a public project may be eligible to receive advisory and monetary assistance to help them secure replacement housing that is affordable to them.

As part of the planning process, the City has prepared a Draft Relocation Impact Study and Last Resort Housing Plan (Draft Plan)​. The Draft Plan considers the needs of the impacted occupants and addresses the availability of potential replacement sites in the surrounding area. Most importantly, the Draft Plan describes the City's commitment to provide relocation assistance to eligible occupants.

The public is invited to review a copy of the Draft Plan and submit comments. If any members of the public would like to make comments on the Draft Plan, they should contact the City's Relocation Consultant, Ms. Emily Plurkowski of AR/WS, Inc. at (925) 691-8500 or via email at eplurkowski@arws.com. All comments must be submitted by April 16th, 2021.​
Manteca Transit Real Time Information is here!

​You can now find out where your bus is and when it will arrive at your bus stop on your computer, mobile device (with web access), and by phone using the Interactive Voice Response (IVR) by calling (209) 665-3901. The system uses NextBus software and the Global Positioning System (GPS) tracking satellites combined with Manteca Transit bus schedule information to provide accurate arrival information for all bus stops in our fixed route bus system.   Click here to access Real Time Bus Tracking.​

​Download our mobile app from the Apple App Store or Google Play.
Easily report about issues like barking dogs, abandoned vehicles, overgrown trees, unsafe sidewalks, graffiti, or potholes wherever and whenever you prefer. GPS and camera features built into the mobile devices make it simple for residents to send the city a photo and the location of the issue.​
Community Calendar
No Watering Allowed
1st time violation is written notice. Repeat violations may result in fines. (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 Closed to the Public
Due to the on going coronavirus pandemic City Hall Offices are closed to the public. Click here for a list of city services that can be performed without leaving home and/or violating social distancing rules
Planning Commission Meeting
Pursuant to Governor Newsom’s Executive Order N-25-20, members of the Manteca Planning Commission will participate in this meeting via teleconference from separate locations.
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 additonal bill paying options.
City Council Meeting
Pursuant to Governor Newsom’s Executive Order N-25-20, members of the Manteca City Council will participate in this meeting via teleconference from separate locations. The City Council Chambers will be closed to the public. Click here for more information.
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