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The City of Gonzales provides full services, including a proactive community policing program; fire protection and emergency response; planning and building services; economic development; public recreation; and general City administration and management.  The City operates modern sewer and water systems and maintains streets and storm drainage facilities.  The Gonzales Redevelopment Agency addresses economic revitalization and affordable housing.

The City provides recreational opportunities throughout the year. Central Park offers picnic and barbecue areas, a children’s playground, basketball courts, and a sand volleyball pit and is the site of the many annual events including the annual Fourth of July Family Celebration. The Gonzales Community Pool is open during the summer months and offers recreational swim, adult and child swim lessons, dive-in movie nights, and facilities for private parties. Young residents can participate in local baseball, softball, football, soccer, and cheerleading leagues as well as 4-H, Boy Scouts, and Girl Scouts. The Toots Vosti Memorial Recreation Center hosts community events, youth activities, and private functions.

Upcoming Events

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City Government
City Offices will be closed to observe Washington's Birthday.  Emergencies call 911 Non-Emergencies call 755-5111 Utilities can be paid online at…
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Daylight Savings Time Starts at 2 am on March 8 at 2 am Spring Forward at 2 am (or before you go to bed Saturday night) turn your clocks ahead one…
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City Government
City Offices will be closed to observe Memorial Day.  Emergencies call 911 Non-Emergencies call 755-5111 Utilities can be paid online at www.…
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City Government
City Offices will be closed to observe Independence Day.  Emergencies call 911 Non-Emergencies call 755-5111 Utilities can be paid online at www.…
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City Government
City Offices will be closed to observe Labor Day.  Emergencies call 911 Non-Emergencies call 755-5111 Utilities can be paid online at www.…

City News

Community Leader Jean Salcido
Gonzales Wins National Recognition for "Culture of Health"
Community Leader Jean Salcido Community and City Leaders Meet for Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Dinner December 17, 2019 Gonzales, CA—The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) recently selected the City of Gonzales as one of five communities in…
Monterey County Resolution RWJF Award
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Monterey County Board of Supervisors commends the City of Gonzales for winning the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Culture of Health Prize. City Councilmember Paul Miller and City Manager Rene Mendez accepted the official Resolution.  Gonzales is…
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Gonzales is one of five winners of the 2019 RWJF Culture of Health Prize awarded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The Prize honors and elevates communities for working at the forefront of advancing health, opportunity, and equity. (See the…
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Gonzales is one of just five winners of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation "Culture of Health" Prize. The RWJF Culture of Health Prize honors communities working at the forefront of advancing health, opportunity, and equity. We have received this…