City of Modesto City Beat
MAY 8th, 2019

Join Mayor Ted Brandvold as the Modesto Chamber of Commerce hosts the State of the City Address. Come have lunch with the Mayor and hear firsthand his plans for the upcoming year. Tickets are $40 and you MUST register to attend. There are also “speech only” seats available. Register HERE
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North Ninth Street Project Nationally Recognized

The North Ninth Street project was selected for publication as one of six projects all over the nation in the Rethinking Streets for Bikes publication.
Modesto’s two community college campuses are two miles apart and divided by a freeway and railway. The new cycle track provides cyclists with safe, comfortable connectivity. Approximately 25 to 30 percent of Modesto residents do not own cars which makes this project extremely important for commuters who require diverse transportation options around our city. Mike Sacuskie and Phillip Soares from CED contributed to this publication. This project’s success was due in part to the involvement of bicycle clubs and advocates that drew the attention of our leaders in city hall. [
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Bike Month


May is National Cycling Month for cycling enthusiasts and anyone who is a partaker of family fun. Cycling Month is a great thing to celebrate and beyond that, it’s an opportunity for those of us who try to live a healthy lifestyle to get out and make the most of the beautiful spring weather.
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Entekra™ LLC, a California off-site construction leader, has selected Modesto for its new $35-million state-of-the-art manufacturing factory, which will increase annual home production capacity by 3,000 units and create 250 new jobs. Enekra's high-tech process allows home builders to reduce construction time and achieve productivity and quality gains. Entekra is a great addition to Modesto's growing high-tech manufacturing sector. 


May is Building Safety Month and the City of Modesto is joining the International Code Council and its 64,000 members in celebration of the 39th Annual Building Safety Month. No code. No confidence. The city’s Board of Building Appeals has also signed a proclamation declaring May as Building Safety Month for Modesto.
Building Safety Month is a worldwide campaign presented by the International Code Council, its members and partners to promote building safety.
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