Closure of City of Gridley Facilities Due to the Advisory of the Butte County Public Health Officer
Gridley, CA - To minimize the spread of COVID-19 and in response to the Public Health Advisory issued by Butte County Public Health Officer, Dr. Robert Bernstein, on December 10, 2020, the City of Gridley closed access to City Hall and other facilities as of Monday, December 14, 2020 through January 4, 2021. On December 21, 2020, a Supplemental Stay at Home Order was issued by the State of California, Department of Public Health extending the Regional Stay at Home Order. With the orders in place, the…
Official City Council Meeting Agenda Materials can be accessed by clicking here or at the City Council Tab. Complete City Council Agenda Packet hard copies are available at the Administration Counter at City Hall. The City of Gridley is proud of our strong tradition of providing the highest possible levels of transparency....Read More
CONTINUED TO JANUARY 20, 2021 - Consideration of alternatives for a General Plan Amendment GPA 2-20, Pre-zone RZ2-20, and Tentative Parcel Map 2-20; Annexation 2-20; Mitigated Negative Declaration 2-20; Darryl & Sue Bernard, Applicant; Application for a proposed General Plan Amendment, Pre-zone, Tentative Map, Annexation and Mitigated Negative Declaration of approximately 40.0 acres. The applicant proposes to annex the property into the City of Gridley and amend the General Plan land use designation of Residential, Low Density, to General Plan Medium Density and pre-zoned for Single Family Residential District (R-1). The property is located on the east side of West Biggs-Gridley Road, north and contiguous to the…...Read More
Important Contact Information
For questions or to report a concern, please call the Butte County COVID-19 Call Center: 8 am to 5 pm, Monday - Friday: 530.552.3050...Read More
Message from Gridley Mayor Bruce Johnson regarding the Coronavirus - April 10, 2020
Dear Gridley Residents and Businesses;
Over the past three years we’ve experienced the mass evacuation due to the Oroville Spillway emergency, the significant long-term impacts of the Camp Fire and now we find ourselves in the grasp of a global pandemic. While we cannot be sure when this situation will end, we can rest assured that Gridley will persevere due to the quality of our residents! Gridley residents and businesses have proved themselves to be compassionate, generous, and strong during our past disasters. In fact, we’ve developed a very positive reputation…...Read More
Official Planning Commission Meeting Agenda Materials can be accessed by clicking here or at the Planning Commission Tab. Complete Planning Commission Agenda Packet hard copies are available at the Finance or Administration Counter at City Hall. The City of Gridley is proud of our strong tradition of providing the highest possible levels of transparency....Read More
Have you ever wanted to get involved and make a difference by helping your neighbors and friends? If so, consider becoming a Gridley Volunteer Firefighter!
The City of Gridley is a combination Fire Department with full-time CAL FIRE Firefighters and Gridley area citizen Volunteer Firefighters. Our Volunteers meet regularly for training. Training is done cooperatively with Butte County Fire and includes all basic firefighting skills: first aid, ladders, breathing apparatus use, hose streams, vehicle extrication, etc. This ongoing training is in addition to the initial basic operations training course.
For more information about becoming a Gridley Volunteer Firefighter, go to www.joinbcfd.org and submit a Volunteer Firefighter Interest Form....Read More
In an effort to keep all Gridley residents and visitors safe, Gridley Firefighters will conduct weed, high grass, rubbish, and nuisance inspections of all residential, commercial, and industrial properties throughout the Summer months. Properties found to have high weeds, grasses, and nuisances as outlined in Chapter 8.08 - Abatement of Weeds and Rubbish of the City Municipal Code, will be officially noticed. Property owners who fail to comply with the Notice will be abated. The costs of the abatement will be billed to the properties and those costs may be assessed against the property’s property taxes....Read More