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Welcome East Bay Community Energy (EBCE)

Starting in February, EBCE will be introducing themselves to their Tracy customers with an important notice in the mail!


To learn more, feel free to watch their Public Outreach presentation from our February 2nd City Council meeting.


EBCE will host an informational webinar on March 24th at noon, which they’ll promote through their various communication channels and we'll share through ours.


View EBCE’s Frequently Asked Questions

Infrastructure Master Plan

The City of Tracy’s Engineering Division is underway to update all seven of its Infrastructure Master Plans. The current plans were completed in 2012-2013 and serve as a roadmap for our growing city, which strives to be environmentally healthy, economically prosperous and equitable in opportunity for all. The updated infrastructure master plans help residents understand how the City of Tracy’s infrastructure is performing and how the City identifies current and future needs. City infrastructure includes all the services and facilities that keep us going like transportation, buildings, power and telecommunications to name a few. The Master Plans Update began in spring 2019 and is scheduled to be completed in two phases by fall 2021. An integral part of the Master Plans Update is public involvement.

Visit the Infrastructure Master Plans page for current updates and future public comment opportunities.

Photo credit: FIX'D Inc.

Warming Center Opens at Tracy Community Center

FIX'D Inc. is operating an overnight warming center for individuals experiencing homelessness at the Tracy Community Center (950 East Street).  The warming center is open seven days a week from 7PM – 7AM through March 31, 2021. The maximum occupancy (based on COVID restrictions) is approximately 40 guests, and no on-site storage is available. FIX’D will follow COVID-19 safety protocols (such as temperature checks, requiring guests to wear face coverings, practice physical distancing, and use hand sanitizer),  and will coordinate with other service providers to secure additional resources as-needed. For questions, please contact FIX’D: (209) 207-9284 or fixd@fixdinc.org

City of Tracy Small Business Relief Grant Program

The City of Tracy Economic Development Team is pleased to announce the release of $500,000 to provide immediate, flexible financial relief to Tracy small businesses in the form of one-time grants in the amount of $5,000 per eligible business. The goal of this program is to preserve local jobs and provide flexible assistance to vulnerable businesses that are experiencing significant challenges due to the COVID-19 global pandemic.

Read more here.


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City of Tracy Strategic Plan to End Homelessness

Please click here for more information. 


State Announces San Joaquin County in Tier 1 (Purple Tier) - Widespread

Click here to read the full press release. 

City of Tracy Adopts Urgency Ordinance to Support Local Businesses During COVID-19 Pandemic

The Tracy City council adopted an urgency ordinance that authorizes the city manager to extend the duration of temporary event permits, issue special event permits and waive certain permit fees During the current COVID-19 public health emergency. The intent of the urgency ordinance is to support businesses in their efforts to operate in compliance with the state and county stay-at-home orders while safeguarding the health and safety of the community.

If you are a local business and would like to apply for a permit or if you have additional questions, please call: 209-831-6201 or email: parks@cityoftracy.org.

For business resources, please contact our Economic Development team at 831-6400 or visit thinkinsidethetriangle.org.

City Hall & Tracy Police Department Lobby Remains Closed to the Public

Due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), Tracy City Hall and the Tracy Police Department lobby remains closed to the public. For City service requests, please use our GoRequest app or call (209) 831-6300.  Visit the City’s COVID-19 Information Page for more information.

Visit the City of Tracy's COVID-19 Webpage

Read the lhe latest COVID-19 Update Newsletter.

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To watch the latest City Council COVID-19 Update video, click here


 

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