Food Truck Thursday Returns

Antioch Food Truck Thursday

The Foodie Crew and the City of Antioch Recreation Department are thrilled to announce that Food Truck Thursdays is back again for the third year in Antioch. Our official kick-off date will be Thursday, March 14th and we anticipate another fun and exciting season, bringing you 7-8 gourmet food and dessert trucks every Thursday from 5:00-9:00 p.m. until October 31st (except for July 4th). In addition to the array of trucks, we also will have The Guzzler Beer & Wine Read More …

Antioch Police Explorers Annual Crab Feed

Antioch Police Explorer

On Saturday, February 23rd the Antioch Police Explorers hosted a sold-out crowd, at their Annual Crab Feed Fundraiser. This community center event, delivered incredible raffle prizes and delicious food, enjoyed by friends, family, and Officers alike. This critical fundraising effort makes it possible for Police Explorers to attend training and competitions throughout the year. In 2018, the dedicated Antioch Police Explorers worked more than 3000 hours, serving both the Police Department and our community. The Police Explorer program allows us Read More …

How Does Your Water Meter Get Read?

irrigation leak

Have you ever wondered how your water meter is read? The Water Distribution Division of Public Works would like to share some insight into the Water Meter Program in this update. In the Water Meter Reading Unit, our Meter Reading personnel are primarily responsible for reading approximately 31,274 water meters each month. All meters are read monthly within a 28-31 day schedule. To read the meters, our City personnel use a meter reading truck outfitted with the appropriate meter reading Read More …

DV Business Tech Academy Receives “Distinguished Academy” award

Congratulations to Deer Valley’s Business Tech Academy for being awarded the “Distinguished Academy”. Message from Deer Valley High School Of the 406 registered California Partnership Academies (CPA), less than 25 schools have earned this award over the past four years. While the Career Technical Education (CTE) classes are taught by fantastic teachers, it was the students who stole the show and impressed the visiting team from the California Department of Education. Please join us in congratulating Business Tech Academy Lead Mr. Read More …

Fundraiser to Support K9 Unit

Antioch Police Department K9

The Antioch Police Department holds the title of having one of the largest K9 units in the far East Bay.   And as much esteem as the hard-working animals hold in the eyes of APD and their handlers, the K9 unit is often underfunded, which puts added stress on the K9s, their handlers and the Antioch Police Department at large. What Is So Special About a K9 Unit? Police dogs are believed to be able to do the work of Read More …

Dozier-Libbey High School Student Celebrated for Saving His Classmates Life

Dozier Libbey Bryan Canty

 For most students, a typical day in high school means homework, sports practice and exams.  But for Bryan Canty, his day was anything but typical when his medical training was put to the test after he came across an injured classmate in the high school gym. Bryan Canty is studying emergency medicine at Dozier-Libbey Medical High School in Antioch, California.   In December of 2018, Canty saw his principal running across campus toward the school gymnasium.  Remembering lessons from Read More …

Antioch’s Citizen of the Year: Most Impact 2018

Antioch Citizen of the Year

On March 8, 2019, life-long resident Trine Gallegos will be formally awarded the prestigious “Citizen of the Year: Most Impact 2018” award at the Antioch Chamber of Commerce’s annual Gala, held at Lone Tree Golf Course and Event Center in Antioch, California. A Touch of History Trine Gallegos considers herself a “lifer” in Antioch and states that she is “overwhelmed that people recognize my work, even though it is a team effort.”  After having graduated from Antioch High School where Read More …

Martin Luther King Jr Day of Service

Antioch on the move - MLK Day of Service

Each year, on the third Monday in January, the MLK Day of Service is observed as a “DAY ON, NOT A DAY OFF.” MLK Day of Service is intended to empower individuals, strengthen communities, bridge barriers, create solutions to social problems, and move us closer to Dr. King’s vision of a “Beloved Community.” The City of Antioch would like to invite Antioch residents to take pride in your community. Help us uplift Antioch and join your friends & family for Read More …

Tri Delta Transit offering a $2,000 Sign On Bonus

Tri Delta Transit - Antioch Ca

Tri Delta Transit offering a $2,000 Sign On Bonus Press Release by Tri Delta Transit ANTIOCH, CA, October 29, 2018 – First Transit is accepting applications to join the next training class and become a Tri Delta Transit bus driver in Contra Costa County. Applicants need not have commercial driving experience to apply, but must be able to learn quickly on how to control large vehicles and must be able to work well with the public. This job has a Read More …

Mike’s Auto Body in Antioch Continues the Holiday Tradition

Mikes Auto Body

Mike’s Auto Body continues their holiday tradition for the 18th year in a row. The Benevolence Program is a collaborative effort between the community, local parts companies, insurance companies and the heart, sweat and labor of Mike’s Auto Body Employees. This program has brought holiday magic to 79 local community members in need. This year’s event took place on December 12th at Mike’s Auto Body located in Antioch. Community members gathered to celebrate the 5 individuals that received cars. But Read More …