Downtown Tracy is a growing, vibrant city center with new and expanding possibilities at every corner. Truly a unique and authentic downtown built upon strong community ties, downtown Tracy combines historic charm with contemporary interest showcasing a pleasing variety of restaurants, shops, services and entertainment. It has once again become the center of local activity for residents, businesses and visitors.
The Tracy City Center Association (TCCA), is the driving force behind the continued revitalization of Downtown Tracy. TCCA, a 501(c)(3) community benefit district, advocates on behalf of its district stakeholders (property owners, merchants and local government) and the Tracy community at large, through its focus and support of economic development, events, public safety and beautification.
The goal of TCCA is to facilitate the investment of private and public capital; the offering of quality public improvements; and educational, cultural, artistic, charitable and social events and services that will result in the increased economic well-being of residents, employees, business and property owners within the TCCA district and the downtown locality. TCCA is committed and cognizant of its role to foster a vibrant, thriving downtown that preserves and emphasizes Tracy’s unique, local history.
TCCA sponsors a variety of special events; among these are the Fall Wine Stroll, a weekly San Joaquin Certified Farmers Market (May-October), an annual Halloween Parade, Holiday Lights Parade & Tree Lighting, Ornament Stroll, Taps on Tenth Street in the spring and much more.
Tracy proudly features a wide variety of shops, salons, restaurants and professional service businesses; most of which are independent merchants throughout the downtown district. Downtown Tracy is a great place to visit and gather with friends and family at any time of the year. Whether you’ve been in Tracy for over 20 years or are new to the community, visit Downtown Tracy to see the positive changes that are making this area thrive.