Tenth Street Place, which acts as the main hub for City of Modesto and Stanislaus County offices, will reopen to the public on Monday, March 29 for business that cannot be conducted online, or by phone. The City will resume normal business hours of 8:30 am to 4:30 pm for public assistance, though many offices close for lunch from noon to 1 pm.
As we continue to operate amid the COVID-19 virus, the health and well-being of our customers and employees is our number one priority. When coming to Tenth Street Place, the public is asked to adhere to the CDC guidelines for proper distancing and hygiene, and to not come to our offices if experiencing flu-like symptoms. Visitors are encouraged to wear a face covering that covers the nose and mouth at all times, and practice keeping a distance of six feet from others when in the facility.
Based on social distancing standards, building security may limit the number of visitors allowed at any one time.
Many of the services available to the public at Tenth Street Place are also available online, by phone, or by mail. Following is a list of services available to the public online or by phone (a full list is available on the City website):
- Pay utility bills, parking citations, business license fees, and other invoices
- Start and stop utility services
- Request payment arrangements or extensions
- Commercial and residential landscape plan check inquiries and inspection scheduling
REMEMBER, call ahead or go to the City’s website for information on what services you can complete from the comfort of your home.
City Council and other committee meetings will also be open to the public. In accordance with the ongoing precautions related to mass gatherings, attendance at meetings may be limited. All council meetings will continue to be held online and by telephone. Click here for more information.
For services or questions by phone, call (209) 577-5200.
Click here for services available online.