Speed Zones in Gonzales
Public Works

New Speed limits go in effect November 1, 2018

Alta speed limits: 10th to C Street is 30 mph, C St to 750 S Alta is 25 mph, 750 S Alta to Gloria Road is 45 mph 

Gonzales River Road is 35 mph

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City Manager

The City of Gonzales is proud to announce it's newly developed website launching on October 1, 2018. Please take a tour and explore all of the new pages helping Gonzales residents, visitors, and businesses find the information they need.

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Recreation

August Recreation Activity Report for the Gonzales Recreation Commission

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Police

Excellent benefits. Pers retirement. A great city to represent. Only a few of the good reasons to join the Gonzales Police Department. 

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Public Works

Join the Salinas Valley Basin Groundwater Sustainability Agency in a community outreach meeting. Discussion may cover the planning, funding, and securing of our groundwater future. 

Taylor Farms Wind Turbine towering above field in Gonzales CA

GONZALES, CA - On November 17, 2014, the Gonzales wind turbine began supplying a clean and sustainable source of power to the Taylor Farms fresh vegetable processing plant located in the Gonzales Agricultural Business Industrial Park. 
 

Cindy Aguilar and Candice McFarland outside in Aspen CO 6-2018

Cindy Aguilar-Castaneda was one of 12 students chosen from across the United States to attend the Aspen Ideas Festival in Aspen, Colorado through the Bezos Scholar Program.

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Gonzales' Youth Council gives young people a voice in the local legislative process. One result, among many, is a better law for preventing underage drinking, city leaders say.

Taylor Farms Family Health Wellness Center

The Spring 2017 Edition of Coastal Grower Magazine features Gonzales in the Wellness section in an article entitled, "Meeting the Health Care Needs of the Community: The Gonzales Way", by Irwin Speizer.

2016 Youth Council with Gonzales Water Tower in Background

The Gonzales Youth Council made its voice heard again as the City Council and members of the community began to discuss the merits of allowing dispensaries and/or cultivation and processing in Gonzales.