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April 2020

Small Business Financial Assistance Programs – Webinar

(April 21, 2020) The Tracy Chamber, City of Tracy, and Tracy City Center Association (Downtown Tracy), will be co-hosting a series of interactive webinars starting Wednesday, April 22, 2020 @ 2:00pm. Information to register and attend is linked below. The first webinar topic will cover small business financial assistance programs. This week's guest presenter: Nate McBride Director San Joaquin Delta College Small Business Development Center Please take the time to join us! To participate - log in credentials are: https://cityoftracyevents.webex.com/cityoftracyevents/onstage/g.php?MTID=eb9a2254c4f96db6da331aec5a0557dc5 Or https://cityoftracyevents.webex.com [...]

Small Business Survey/Webinar

(April 10, 2020) In continued efforts to be a valuable resource to the small business community, the Tracy Chamber will be co-hosting a webinar with the City of Tracy and the Small Business Development Center on April 14th. To ensure the content provides the most value to participants, we are asking all of the small businesses in the Tracy community to answer the following question: What is currently your biggest challenge in providing / maintaining business operations during the COVID-19 crisis? To [...]

TCCA Valley Link Support Letter to SJCOG

(April 9, 2020) The Tracy City Center Association (Downtown Tracy) is pleased to provide a letter of strong support for the Regional Transportation Plan amendment being considered by the Board of Directors at the San Joaquin Council of Governments meeting on April 16, 2020. To achieve our region’s goals for the economy, the environment, housing, and transportation - we need a robust and sustainable passenger rail system that will equitably serve our residents and work force with a better quality of life [...]

Board Nominations 2020

(April 7, 2020) Property Owners, Merchants, Board, and Community Members: The Tracy City Center Association (TCCA) is seeking Stakeholders who desire to serve on our Board of Directors or as an Executive Officer. We are looking for active, committed, positive, and productive nominees who want to be part of our team, whose goal is to improve and advocate for our downtown district. The two-year term for new Board positions begins with our fiscal year on July 1, 2020 and ends June 30, [...]

COVID-19/CARES Act Resources

(April 3, 2020) Congress recently passed the Coronavirus Aid Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act, which allocates $2.2 trillion in support to individuals and businesses affected by COVID-19. Please see the link below for several resources and guidance for small businesses. COVID-19/CARES Act Resources

March 2020

City Manager’s Letter to Tracy Businesses

(March 24, 2020) Please see attached letter from City of Tracy Manager/Director of Emergency Services, Jenny Haruyama, regarding our state's Stay at Home Order, information on Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers, Frequently Asked Questions, and other valuable resources that will help protect the health and safety of our community during this challenging time. Print/Download: City Manager's Letter to Tracy Businesses

Statement Regarding Coronavirus/COVID-19

(March 12, 2020) Downtown Tracy update/statement on coronavirus/COVID-19: At times we are tasked with making difficult decisions. Based on the most current information regarding the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic disease, best practices for minimizing its spread among our regional population, and out of an abundance of caution, it is with deep regret and sadness that we will be postponing (until further notice) this year’s Taps on Tenth Craft Beer Tasting originally scheduled for April 4, 2020, and will be postponing the start of our [...]

February 2020

Downtown Tracy Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Study

(February 21, 2020) With the proposed introduction of Valley Link commuter rail service into Downtown, the City of Tracy is committed to assessing, and potentially planning for, how this transformative project can impact development opportunities in Downtown and the surrounding areas. This Downtown Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Study marks the first step in the City’s efforts to plan for transit-oriented and supporting development in its core area, encouraging revitalization efforts, significant new residential development, business and job growth, quality design that creates a [...]

New Public Art Opportunity – Window Shades Project

(February 20, 2020) The City of Tracy – Cultural Arts Division announces a Request For Proposals for the Window Shades Project at the Grand Theatre Center for the Arts.  Artists and designers of all kinds are invited to submit conceptual proposals to be considered as featured images across the window shades on the front of the facility in the Grand Galleries at 715 Central Avenue in downtown Tracy, California. The project seeks to display large, visually attractive images that add interest and [...]

November 2019

Downtown Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Project

(November 6, 2019)  The City of Tracy will host a community workshop for the Downtown Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Project from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm on Thursday, November 14, 2019 in Conference Room 203, which is located on the second floor of Tracy City Hall (333 Civic Center Plaza). The Downtown TOD Project is a long-range planning and urban design study that is evaluating how the introduction of commuter rail service, via the Tri-Valley Regional Rail Authority’s planned Valley Link line, will [...]