Painting City Fire Hydrants

Date & Time:

Saturday, October 3, 2020
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM


11 have signed up & 19 openings remain.

Project Leaders:

Stacey Leal


“Hello, my name is Stacey, and I am leading the fire hydrant painting project. The City of Manteca is providing the paint for this project. Volunteers on this team would need to bring their own cardboard, tarps, or drop cloths for covering the sidewalk and surrounding area to collect overspray. In addition, all volunteers will need to wear a visibility vest (we have some to supply). Hydrants need to be wiped down with a rag prior to spraying paint (and less spray is preferred to more spray so as to not leave drips). Neighborhoods and hydrants are up to our team to decide, and it would be good to have a description afterward of where hydrants were painted. For further details or if you have any questions, please contact me at

Please Note - This is a dangerous project, and demands focus. Not safe for children, okay for focused teenagers. Hydrants are against the road; painters will have high visibility vests and be mindful of traffic.

ALL VOLUNTEERS - please bring your own visibility vest, cardboard, and tarps or drop cloth, and hand pruners or loppers will deal with some hydrants near plants.

Love Manteca would like to kindly ask that you respect the safety of all involved in this amazing day by following health and safety protocols. While performing your project, please practice social distancing of 6+ feet, wear a face mask, and regularly sanitize your hands. If you feel at all ill, we ask you to contact your project leader and refrain from participating in this day.

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