• Burn Cleaner Grant Program - San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District - District offers $3,000 to replace wood stoves, inserts or fireplaces - Valley air officials remind residents to take advantage of the Burn Cleaner grant program - This winter has been accompanied by frigid... More →
  • CDBG/HOME GRANT FUNDS: ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS - 2017-18 FEDERAL GRANT PROGRAMS APPLICATION FOR FUNDING - COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) - HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIPS (HOME) - APPLICATIONS ARE DUE BY - 4:00 PM, Friday, January 27, 2017 - Submit to: - CITY OF ESCALON - COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT... More →
  • Application Now Being Accepted as Representative Mosquito Vector Control Board - City Seeks Applicants to Fill Openingon the Mosquito and Vector Control Board - The Escalon City Council is accepting applications from residents of Escalon who are interested in serving on the Mosquito and Vector Control Board. - San Joaquin County Mosquito and... More →
  • Superior Court Seeking Applicants for 2017-2018 Civil Grand Jury - The Superior Court is seeking applicants to serve on the 2017-2018 Civil Grand Jury. View the attached flyer for more information. - 2017-2018 Grand Jury Recruitment... More →
  • Need a Lift? Call eTrans at 541-6645! - eTrans operates Escalon Dial-a-Ride service, Monday through Friday between 9:12 a.m. to 11:32 a.m., 12:32 p.m. to 1:12 p.m. and 2:12 p.m. to 3:12 p.m. with a simple 15 minute advance reservation. - Enjoy the Ride and try eTrans today! Call (209) 541-6645 or visit... More →
  • Ride eTrans to Modesto - Three Times a Day! - eTrans operates from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.,Monday through Friday with three trips between Escalon & Modesto with direct service to Vintage Faire Mall and Kaiser Permanente. Enjoy the Ride and try eTrans today! Call (209) 541-6645 or visit... More →
  • Escalon Newsletter - 2) March - April... More →
  • Attention Business Owners - View the attached flyers for information regarding ADA Compliance. - Small Business Primer 2010 - SB 1186 Disability Access - ADA... More →
  • Save Our Water - Water conservation is always important in California,while we have had couple of rainy season we are still being askedto reduce water use by 25%; let's do our part to conserve! - Basic rules to remember are: - - Do not use outdoor water between the hours of8 am... More →
  • Street Sweeping Schedule - Street sweeping schedule is as follows: - January-September: Streets will be swept twice a month on the first and third weeks of the month on either Tuesday or Wednesday - October-December:Streets will be swept every weekon either Tuesday or Wednesday - Please... More →

Escalon is located in California’s Central Valley, it is an attractive city of 7,065 persons in a productive area of San Joaquin County. The city is surrounded on all sides by scenic agricultural land and open spaces. Escalon continues to foster its goal of maintaining a vibrant and diversified community. The City’s mission statement of “Taking pride in our community through quality service” is apparent through the aggressive policies adopted to preserve a family atmosphere and high quality of life. Escalon boasts a low crime rate, an award-winning school district, quality residential homes and a quaint, 1920’s era downtown.

Geographically located on Highway 120 between the San Francisco Bay area and the historic Mother Lode leading to Yosemite National Park. Just minutes from Stockton, Modesto, and Manteca. Escalon offers a central location with direct access to all modes of transportation.

2016-2017 Escalon Budget adopted June 20, 2016