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Welcome to City of King:
City Hall Business Hours: Mon. - Thurs.   8 AM - 5 PM
212 South Vanderhurst Avenue
Phone: (831) 385-3281
*City Hall is closed on Fridays
Announcements:
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FRIENDLY REMINDER:
IF HOSTING GARAGE SALE PLEASE ADHERE TO GARAGE SALE SIGNS CONDITIONS: SIGNS ADVERTISING A GARAGE SALE MAY BE PLACED OR ERECTED IN THE SALE PREMISES, BUT NOT ANY OTHER LOCATION, AND (A) NO SUCH SIGN SHALL EXCEED FOUR SQUARE FEET IN AREA, AND (B) NO SUCH SIGN SHALL BE DISPLAYED AT TIMES OTHER THAN PERMITTED TIMES OF SALE. * FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THE CONDITIONS IS SUBJECT TO PROSECUTION.
Rezone Amendment for Recycling Facilities now available for public review. The review period is from April 9, 2013 through April 29, 2013. All written comments regarding the Negative Declaration must be received by the City of King Community Development Department, ATTN: Maricruz Aguilar-Navarro, 212 South Vanderhurts Ave, 93930, King City, California, no later than 5:00 P.M., April 29, 2013.  initial_study_recycling_facilities
Rezone Amendment for Recycling Facilities now available for public review. The review period is from April 9, 2013 through April 29, 2013. All written comments regarding the Negative Declaration must be received by the City of King Community Development Department, ATTN: Maricruz Aguilar-Navarro, 212 South Vanderhurts Ave, 93930, King City, California, no later than 5:00 P.M., April 29, 2013.  initial_study_recycling_facilities
  • RESOLUTION of the Board of Directors of the Community Development Agency of King City Adopting an Enforceable Obligation Payment Schedule Pursuant to Health & Safety Codes Section 34169. Click on the following link for more information: pdf resolution_no._2011-183_adopted_08_23_2011  
  • RESOLUTION of the City Council of the City of King acting as the Successor Agency of the Community Development Agency of King City adopting an initial Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule pursuant to Health and Safety Code Section 34169. pdf sa2012-01_resolution_-_adopting_initial_rops adopted: 02 28 12.
  • BUS SERVICE: Bus service is available via MST. For more information please call (831) 747-4687.

 

 Helpful Links:  
City of King Municipal Code:
http://qcode.us/codes/kingcity/
http://www.slowfortheconezone.com/
Emergency_Communications
http://www.alertmontereycounty.org/
http://www.alertkingcity.org/
www.svswa.org
http://montereycounty.wm.com/King%20City/index.asp
About City of King: 
City of King is situated on Highway 101 in South Monterey County in the heart of the California's Salinas Valley, City of King is approximately 145 miles south of San Francisco, 105 south of San Jose , and 50 miles north of Paso Robles. The city's economic base is largely dependent upon agriculture with food processing and packing the primary sources of employment. Con Agra, Gilroy Foods, Meyer Equipment, L.A. Hearne, San Bernarbe Vineyards and Gill Onions are major agricultural related employers. Mee Memorial Hospital and Casey Printing typify other sectors of the business community. Fort Hunter Liggett also plays a role in the city's economic base, http://www.liggett.army.mil/sites/local/ , located 26 miles southeast of the city. The Combat Support Training Center at Fort Hunter Liggett is can be accessed from the web page listed above. City of King encompasses approximately 2.8 square miles with an elevation of 330 feet above sea level. The city was incorporated in 1911 and is governed by a five member city council. The city's economic outlook continues to be positive. The city is development friendly and continues to attract new businesses and residential housing projects that improve the quality of life in the community. The City Council and business community will work diligently with potential investors to facilitate appropriate development projects.