|September 22, 2020
Free COVID-19 Testing will be provided on September 26, 2020 from 11am - 7pm at the Train Depot in Corcoran. |
Please see attachment for additional dates and locations.
|September 21, 2020
Join Caltrans for a live Q&A webinar on September 25, 2020. Topics are as follows:|
- Quality of Life & Public Health
Click on the link below for more information.
California Transportation Plan 2050
|August 17, 2020
CITY OF CORCORAN
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS AND SPECIAL PROVISIONS FOR
2020 MICRO-SURFACING & STREET IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT.
For use in connection with federally funded Local Assistance construction projects administered under the Standard Specifications Dated 2018 and Standard Plans Dated 2018 of the California Department of Transportation, and Labor Surcharge and Equipment Rental Rates in effect on the date the work is accomplished.
Sealed bids will be received at the Office of the City Clerk of the City of Corcoran, 832 Whitley Ave., Corcoran, California until 2:00 PM on September 16, 2020 at which time they will be publicly opened and read.
For more information and specifications, please click on the links below.
Notice of 2020 Micro-Surfacing & Street Improvements
2020 Micro-Surfacing & Street Improvements
|July 14, 2020
The City of Corcoran is looking for the community's input on possible community development projects to be funded by state grants. We appreciate your participation in this survey to help us improve the community. https://forms.gle/ch4kvyKjXCkwCQNH9 |
|March 19, 2020
As a safety measure for the public and to reduce the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) City Hall will be closing the front lobby until further notice. |
Please know that day-to-day operations will not be affected.
Click here to see a list of contact information for City services.
|March 1, 2018
With the recent rains and more to come, lawns and weeds throughout the City and unincorporated areas of the County adjacent to the City will become overgrown. Un- kept lawns and high weeds are not only unsightly and considered blight and a nuisance but can become an extreme fire hazard as temperatures heat up. |