- Encroachment Permits - Minimum $98
- Water Permits for Construction Water
- Prices effective January 1, 2009
- Meter shall be obtained from the Public Works Department
- 1" Meter deposit $800.00 - Monthly rental fee $17.00
- 3" Meter deposit $2,600.00 - Monthly rental fee $29.00
- $2.72 per 100 cubic feet used
- Construction water rate effective January 1, 2010
- $3.06 per 100 cubic feet used
- Construction water rate effective January 1, 2011
- $3.41 per 100 cubic feet used
- Construction water rate effective January 1, 2012
- $3.58 per 100 cubic feet used
- Construction water rate effective January 1, 2013
- $3.76 per 100 cubic feet used
- Transportation Permits
- One-time use: $16.00
- Annual Permit: $90.00
- Note: Annual permit valid only for "Same Route, Same Load"
- Wastewater Discharge Permit - No Fee
2009 Traffic Statistics
Each year in March and April the Public Works Department takes traffic counts on major City streets.
You may download the 2009 Traffic Statistics here:
2009 Traffic Statistics (205 KB - .pdf file)
Bicycle Route Master Plan
The Bicycle Master Plan was prepared to set forth a blueprint for developing a system of bikeways within the City of Manteca. The envisioned system builds upon existing on-street and off-street bicycle facilities throughout the City with enhancements to overall connectivity, support facilities, safety and education programs.
You may download the 2003 Bicycle Route master plan here:
Bicycle Route Master Plan (8.8 MB - .pdf file)
Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program
The purpose of the Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program is to reduce the speed and/or amount of traffic on local streets through specific management techniques, possibly including the temporary or permanent installation of traffic control devices.
The primary goal of the Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program is to speed the process whereby residents and property owners may obtain relief from traffic-related concerns--specifically the negative aspects of traffic speed and volume on neighborhood streets--and give the Public Works Department the ability to move forward with certain measures to address these negative aspects of traffic without the necessity of consulting the City Council in every instance.
You may download the Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program here:
Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program (1.3 MB - .pdf file)
Pavement Management Program
The Public Works Department maintains pavement management data to analyze roadway conditions and traffic volumes and scientifically determine the best order of maintenance for each segment of roadway in the City of Manteca.
You may download the Pavement Management Program PCI Rating Map here:
PCI Rating Map (1.9 MB - .pdf file)
Wastewater Collection System Master Plan
In support of a new General Plan and updated Public Facilities Implementation Plan (PFIP), a wastewater collection system master plan is required. The primary objective of this Master Plan Update is to ensure that the City's collection system can adequately meet the demands of development goals adopted in the General Plan.
You may download the Wastewater Collection System Master Plan using the following links:
Sewer Rate Study
Per the Public Hearing Notice that was issued to all Manteca residents and property owners, the Manteca City Council is proposing to adjust the monthly sewer service charges to those shown in the report linked below. If approved, the proposed sewer service charges will become effective January 1, 2009. The new sewer service charges are being proposed to provide revenue for the ongoing operation and maintenance of the City's sewer systems.
Sewer Rate Study (387 KB)
WQCF Master Plan Update January 2007