| Attention: On-Line Utility Bill Pay Customers|
If you have not received your confirmation email that your account has been upgraded, please log in to on-line bill pay again using the user name and password that you created and click the resend email link. The application was using a default domain and your email may have been blocked by your ISP
If you have not upgraded your account, please follow the steps below.
Click on the Bill Pay link.
Click Create User ID and log into your account with your account number and last name.
After you are authenticated, you will be prompted to enter an email address, username and and a secure password.
After you receive the confirmation email, click on the link to complete the upgrade.
After that you will use your user name and password to access your account.
|Pacific Gas and Electric’s (PG&E) Public Safety Power Shutoff Program |
The City of Manteca is preparing for the potentiality of long term power outages due to Pacific Gas and Electric’s (PG&E) new Public Safety Power Shutoff program. PG&E has notified its users that loss of electrical power may be expected for up to five days during this summer’s fire season. Keep in mind, Manteca is no more or less likely to be affected than any other community.
The City cannot provide information on when or if a power outage might take place, that decisions will be made wholly by PG&E.
Please read the full press release here: https://bit.ly/2XLqlEM. You may also view our Facebook page at the bottom right or visit us on Facebook.
|City Website Upgrade|
We are excited to announce that we have upgraded our City internet site to the SharePoint platform. The updated site includes changes to navigation, with dropdown menus for both mobile and desktop versions as well as updated responsive content. Internally, the upgrade will allow the content to be updated more often as well as reducing the time for new content to be available. While we hope to keep service interruptions to a minimum, but there may be short intermittent periods of downtime. Please let us know if you have any suggestions or comments.
|Manteca Transit Center Virtual Tours|
Virtual tours are now available on the Manteca Transit Center's Rental page. Each of the Transit Center rental spaces have a 360 virtual tour, where you can interact with the tour by using your computer’s mouse or touchpad to “look around” the space. Click here to experience a Virtual Tour of the Transit Center Rental areas.
|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.
|Facade Improvement Grant Program|
The Facade Improvement Program is intended to encourage business owners and commercial property owners to enhance the appearance of properties through improvements of the exterior façade of commercial building and/or the installation of business building signage.
The Program is a 50/50 matching grant program designed to support businesses throughout the eligible areas of the Central Business District, providing the opportunity for property and business owners to reinvest in their properties while creating a more attractive commercial environment in order to strengthen economic vitality.
Façade and signage improvements can have a significant impact on appearance, community pride, economic setting, and marketability of the properties and businesses located in the eligible areas of the Central Business District.
Interested business owners and commercial property owners are encouraged to apply and can download the Program Flyer, Program Guidelines, and Application below:
|Manteca Family Night|
In 2018 the Manteca City Council passed a
resolution designating Sunday nights in Manteca as “Manteca Family Night”. Borne out of the efforts of the Manteca Leadership Roundtable, Manteca Family Night is an opportunity for families to connect, talk, eat, plan, play, and enjoy an unfettered and stress-free evening together, free of meetings, practices, and activities. See our list here:
Manteca Family Night Idea List
|2019 Brings New Changes for Municipal Glass Recycling|
A great overview of the challenges being faced across the country as it relates to glass recycling. "These challenges aren't unique to particular regions or communities in the country, but without resolution to these issues, more municipalities will continue to debate how to make curbside collection and recycling both more cost effective and more environmentally friendly." Click here
https://bit.ly/2GzPoEY, to read the full article