call it home! Hollister, a town with Central California
independence and charm, was established by ranchers and
farmers in 1872. Throughout Hollister's history, people
who have settled here have talked of being fortunate to
reside in such a remarkable community.
while being one of the fastest growing communities in California
during the past decade, still maintains the quality of living
that has brought people here from around the world. Through
natural disasters and tough economic times, the people of
Hollister have shown resilience and a special pride in Community
that is unsurpassed.
land, like the people of Hollister, has strength and charm,
far enough away from crowds to offer very competitive prices
for undeveloped property, yet close enough to city conveniences
to share a cosmopolitan atmosphere.
in San Benito County, Hollister is served by major California
highways and has one of the few remaining executive airports
in the country.
Open, accessible, and
friendly - the people of Hollister and the land can bring
it home for you.
Park Hill Entrance Closed at Dusk Tonight
entrance at Vista Park Hill will be closed at dusk tonight,
February 27, 2014, in anticipation of high winds accompanying
the incoming storm. The entrance will re-open once the winds
subside and the area is deemed safe.
Memorial Building Change of Operations
City Council unanimously
approved an agreement with the Veterans Groups to manage
daily operations and rental of the Veterans Memorial Building
at 649 San Benito Street beginning on November 1, 2013.
Those interested in Event Rental of the building can contact
the Veterans Groups directly at (831) 637-7011. Hours
of operation at the Veteran's Builiding for customers is
Monday, Wednesday and Friday 9:00am to 4:00pm and Tuesday
and Thursday by appointment only.
All calls to the City of Hollister
Recreation for rental of the Veterans Memorial Building
will be referred to the number above. All other City Park/Building
rental will still be overseen by the Hollister Recreation
Department at (831) 636-4390.
Rate Increase Explanation
to download documentation that explains the Sewer Rate Increases.
Urban Area Water Project & Water Rates
Sunnyslope County Water District is collaborating with the
City of Hollister and the San Benito County Water District
to improve water quality through implementation of the Hollister
Urban Area Water Project (HUAWP). The proposed rates will
help pay for water system improvements. By expanding and
improving the local water treatment system, the HUAWP will
provide reliable high-quality water for the Hollister area.
Hollister Urban Area Water Project Promotional video can
be seen here.
Water Rate Study
Water Rate Calculator
of Hollister Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the
Fiscal Year ended June 30, 2011
The complete Comprehensive
Annual Financial Report can be downloaded here.
Council District Revisions
were held on September 6, 2011 and September 19, 2011 on
the Proposed Revisions to the Five City Council Districts.
More information and District Maps can be found here.
Urban Water Management Plan
the 2010 Urban Water Management Plan can be found here.
Sewer Collection System Master Plan
Information on the Adopted Sanitary Sewer Collection System
Master Plan (SSCSMP) can be found here:
(PDF File 47MB)
(Will take some time to download)
Urban Area Water and Wastewater Master Plan and Coordinated
Water Supply and Treatment Plan Public Draft EIR
of Hollister HomeBuyer Go site for information
on Home Ownership
Here to access the official Census 2010 website.
Fourth Street Streetscape Intial Study March 2012
Map 2013-5 Cerrato Estates Mitigated Negative Declaration
I Market Demand Study February 2014- Proposed Hotel
T City Limit Sales Tax Increase and Address Information
here for more information.
City of Hollister Reclaimed Water Irrigation
Subsequent Environmental Impact Report
Benito County GIS website
Click on the above link to
access San Benito County's GIS site.
of Hollister Storm Water Management Plan
Click on the above
link for information and documentation regarding the Storm
Water Management Plan
& Disease Control Measure Information
Click on the above link for more