Water (City Of Manteca)
The City of Manteca provides water service for the residents of Manteca. There are approximately 23,000 connections to the water system, with an average daily usage of 12 million gallons. Annually, the City distributes about 4.5 billion gallons of potable water, the majority of this water is surface water from SSJID’s water treatment plant, the balance is supplied by City owned groundwater wells. The City has a 4 million gallon ground level storage tank with a booster pump station capable of pumping 12,000 gpm.
Call the Finance Department at (209) 456-8730 for information on water rates and to request service. For additional water information, call the City of Manteca Public Works Department at (209) 456-8400.
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Garbage (City Of Manteca)
The City of Manteca provides solid waste garbage service for the Manteca area. Call the City of Manteca Finance Department at (209) 456-8730 for information on garbage rates and to request service. Call the City of Manteca Public Works Department at (209) 456-8440 for all other solid waste inquiries (e.g., pickup schedules, recycling, dumpster rentals, etc.).
Sewer (City Of Manteca)
The City of Manteca operates and maintains approximately 243 miles of sanitary sewer mains and the City of Manteca Wastewater Quality Control Facility (WQCF). The WQCF is a tertiary treatment Publicly Owned Treatment Works (POTW) that treats municipal sanitary sewage to from the City of Manteca, portions of Lathrop, and Raymus Village. The WQCF currently delivers tertiary treated Recycled/Reclaimed water for irrigation, construction dust control application, and discharge to the San Joaquin River. The WQCF current treats up to approximately 6.5 million gallons per day of water (mgd), and is currently permitted to treat up to 9.87 mgd. The WQCF is currently undergoing expansions to the solids handling streams to provide increased capacity to meet permitted requirements and new State regulations. Included in these improvements are facilities for receiving Fats, Oils, and Greases (FOGs), and receiving food waste separated from our solid waste streams. The separation of these materials is required by State regulations and are anticipated to provide additional energy generation in the form of Biogas from the WQCF. Please feel free to contact the City of Manteca Public Works Department at (209) 456-8400 for more information regarding the WQCF, future projects, or any sanitary sewer discharge restrictions or requirements. Contact the City of Manteca Finance Department regarding questions about sewer rates and service requests.
The City of Manteca operates and maintains the Storm Drain System, which serves the community. The City's Storm Drainage System consists of approximately 170 miles of pipeline, 36 Pump Stations and 35 Detention Basins. When it rains, the runoff flows through this system, into South San Joaquin Irrigation District Drains and Laterals, and eventually into the San Joaquin River.
Call the City of Manteca Public Works Department at (209) 456-8400 for additional information, including restrictions on discharges into the system.
Please Prevent Pollution - "Only Rain Down the Drain!"
Gas and Electricity (Pacific Gas & Electric Company )
Pacific Gas & Electric Company (PG&E), an investor-owned utility, provides natural gas and electric service to approximately 12 million people in Northern and Central California. PG&E's service area covers 70,000 square miles and includes the San Francisco Bay Area, Sacramento and San Joaquin Valleys, and the Sierra Nevada and foothills. As a result of California's electric industry deregulation in 1998, PG&E customers can choose the company providing their electricity. Call PG&E at (209) 942-1730 for additional information on business services, including gas and electric rates and/or a preliminary rate analysis. Call 800-743-5000 to request service for your business or home..