• Housing Element Workshops - In the City of Escalon... - What kind of housing is needed? - Where should new housing be located? - What can be done to make housing more affordable and accessible to all? - You are invited to share your ideas with us at the Community Workshops for the Escalon... More →
  • Tire & E-Waste Recycling Event - One Day - One Location - Two Events - Recycle your used tires or E-Waste at the Escalon Community Center parking lot on Sunday, October 11, 2015 from 9am - 1pm. - Click here for the tire recycling flyer. - Click here for the E-Waste recycling... More →
  • Escalon Housing Needs Survey - The City is in the process of updating the Housing Element of the General Plan for the 2014-2023 period as required by State law. The Housing Element establishes policies and programs to address Escalon’s existing and projected housing needs, including the... More →
  • Storm Water Awareness Survey - The City of Escalon is required, under state regulations, to distribute a survey to measure the public's knowledge of storm water runoff and its impact on local rivers. The responses to this survey will enable the City of Escalon to improve its efforts in storm... 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 →
  • Library Hour Changes - Effective July 1, 2015 the Escalon Library Hours of operation are as follows: - Sunday Closed - Monday 1-6pm - Tuesday 2-7pm - Wednesday 1-6pm - Thursday 10-12pm & 2-6pm - Friday 12-5pm - Saturday 11-4pm - Please direct all questions to the Libraryat... More →
  • Escalon Newsletter - 5) September - October... More →
  • San Joaquin Co. Police Agencies Look To Combat Auto Theft - Investigators from the Delta Regional Auto Theft Team are hoping to raise awareness and prevent auto theft throughout the county by launching a county wide campaign. - Starting April 13, 2015, officers will begin a campaign that will focus on reducing auto theft... More →
  • Commercial Property for Sale! - Commercial Property for Sale.Click to view Informational... More →
  • Response to False Alarms - Dear Citizens and Business Community Members: - During the calendar year of 2014, the Escalon Police responded to 131 residential and 172 business alarm calls, for a total of 303. Of these two (2) actually indicated criminal activity. Of the 131 residential... More →

Escalon is located in California’s Central Valley, it is an attractive city of 7,413 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.

2015-2016 Escalon Budget Adopted June 30, 2015