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Gonzales’ location and responsive city government offer an economic advantage to employers that desire to start a business, expand and diversify operations, or relocate.  Located in Gonzales, or within close proximity, is a workforce with diverse skills, including health care, public administration, manufacturing, and education.

Gonzales has a diverse business culture. Many small businesses thrive as locals enjoy shopping their neighborhood stores. Gonzales is also a center for world class AgTech businesses such as Taylor Farms. As part of the City's Economic Development Department, the City continues to promote economic opportunities and activities, meet with business owners and work with consultants on related research and reporting for the present and the future of a robust local business community.

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General Info
Daylight Savings Time ends Fall Back At 2 am (or before you go to bed Saturday night) change clocks one hour earlier [2 am is then 1 am]

City News

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August 8, 2020 (4:00 PM PT) City of Gonzales Update from Gonzales Fire Department As of this morning, the fire that we have all been seeing west of River Road has traveled through the west side of the Gonzales Rural Fire Protection District from…
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Engaged Community
Heat Advisory in Effect Cooling Center Open in Gonzales: Friday, August 4, 2020, 11 AM-3 PM Joint use gymnasium, Fairview School 560 5th Street, Gonzales Temperature Check at the Door…
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CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) Advice & News
City of Gonzales Director of Emergency Services Executive Order Establishing a Citation Fine Process for Face Coverings Order Violations July 29, 2020 - Today, the City of Gonzales joined with Monterey County and other local cities establishing a…
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Engaged Community
Gonzales High School honors recent graduates going to local Community Colleges, Technical schools and 4-year Universities. The recent grads are being featured on banners placed throughout the city and will remain in place for about a year.