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Graffiti Clean Up Day

Help remove hundreds of tags in Pacific Beach at our 10th annual Graffiti Clean Up Day, Saturday, April 28th, 9am – 12 noon.  Volunteers needed to help identify graffiti tags in PB ahead of event.  To report and help mapping process, contact:

On event day, volunteers will meet at PB Presbyterian Church, 1675 Garnet Ave, to receive training and pick up supplies/cleaners.

Download cleanup participation waiver here.

[Posted on 10 Mar 2018]

Ride-Share Scooters and Dockless Bikes

Join us for an informational forum on the arrival of Bird/Lime scooters and dockless bikes in Pacific Beach.  Panel discussion Q&A with company reps and community members.  Wednesday, March 21st, 6:30pm, in the Crown Point Elementary Auditorium, 4033 Ingraham St.


PDF laws & regulations for motorized scooters and electric bikes

[Posted on 09 Mar 2018]

Special PBTC Video for SD Lifeguards

We spent a day on the beach with San Diego Lifeguards, and would like to introduce you to a few of them in this video…  Sergeant Gavin McBride, Lifeguard II Kirsten Rich, and Lieutenant Rick Romero.  You’ll see what they do on the job and why they love doing it!  (Length:  3 mins)

[Posted on 27 Sep 2017]

Mission Beach Park Public Workshop

Click here for project notification bulletin and details on public workshop to discuss proposed improvements to Mission Beach Pocket Park (818 Santa Barbara Place).  Meeting will be at PB Rec Center, 1405 Diamond St.  March 20th, 5:30pm.  Project Scope:  A public park (0.32 acres) is proposed to be designed and constructed along Mission Blvd between Santa Barbara Pl and Jersey Ct.

[Posted on 16 Mar 2018]

Sip ‘N Stroll on August 5th

The 6th Annual North PB Sip ‘N Stroll takes place on Sunday, August 5, 2018.  Meet your neighbors from 11am to 5pm, have fun, and support our community brick and mortar businesses.

Enjoy the Kid’s Corner, live music, and wine & beer garden.  In past years more than 5,000 people have turned out on Cass Street for this event!  Click here for details.

[Posted on 10 Mar 2018]

Solving Neighborhood Problems

Check out the updated Neighborhood Problem Solver, which was updated in February 2018 by Suzanne Landa and Marcie Beckett, who are core members of SavePB along with Marcella Teran, Scott Chipman, and Monica Green.  They’re a group of residents who came together in 2005 to form SavePB, which promotes problem-solving, safety, awareness, respect, and enrichment in our community.

[Posted on 09 Mar 2018]

March Dine Out: Alta Marea

PBTC’s March Dine Out will be March 27 at Alta Marea.

$31 includes tax and gratuity! Choices include Wild Boar Pappardelle and Gnocchi al Gorgonzola.

Download the flyer for details.

[Posted on 01 Mar 2018]

PBTC Community Forum, Feb. 21st

Meet and learn more about our local community organizations, nonprofits, schools, and PB Community Projects at our next PB Town Council Community Forum on Wednesday, February 21st, 6:30pm, at Crown Point Elementary Auditorium, 4033 Ingraham St.  Parking lot in back.

If your organization would like to participate at this forum, contact us at:

We’ll also have Q&A with local Police, Lifeguards, and Government Reps.

Click here to view flyer.

[Posted on 09 Feb 2018]

Gallery at Land’s End raises $1200 for Concert Series

Gallery At Land’s End has raised over $1200 for this year’s “Concerts on the Green,” a 4-part series hosted by PB Town Council in July/August at Kate Sessions Park.  They’re a custom framing and gift shop located at 4984 Cass St, (858) 270-7820.  They deserve a big THANK YOU for doing this on their own accord with % of sales!

[Posted on 09 Feb 2018]

PB Street Guardians: New Article!

Pacific Beach Street Guardians Provide Jobs for the Homeless

[Posted on 03 Feb 2018]

February Dine Out: Marino’s

PBTC’s February Dine Out will be February 27 at Marino’s Italian Restaurant.

$22 includes tax and gratuity!

Download the flyer for details.

[Posted on 31 Jan 2018]

Join Lorie Zapf on Thursday, January 25

Councilmember Zapf cordially invites you to “A Salute to the Second District,” where community volunteers will be celebrated and honored.

A community exhibition and reception will follow the program, which takes place at Mission Bay High School at 6pm (doors open at 5:30pm).  For more info or to RSVP, email

[Posted on 21 Jan 2018]

Valentine’s Day Art Auction Benefits Helen Woodward

Mission Bay High School will hold an auction of art from students and local artists, with 100% of proceeds going to the Helen Woodward Animal Center.  The event includes live music and will take place from 5-8pm.

Download the flyer for details.

[Posted on 15 Jan 2018]

PBTC General Meeting – Jan. 17th

Pacific Beach EcoDistrict

On Wednesday, January 17, 6:30pm, we will hold our “season-opener” General Meeting at the Crown Point Jr. Music Academy Auditorium.

Kristen Victor will offer presentation on the PB EcoDistrict, and the principles for advancing sustainability through community identity, health & well-being, habitat & ecosystem, access & mobility, appropriate development, energy, water, and materials management.

We will also have updates from Police, Lifeguards, and city officials.

[Posted on 29 Dec 2017]

Dine Out @ The Broken Yolk, Jan. 30th

The January PBTC Dine Out will be at The Broken Yolk Cafe, 1851 Garnet Ave, on Tuesday, January 30th.  RSVP with menu selections by Jan. 23rd.  All info can be found on flyer here.

$25 includes tax and gratuity.

RSVP to Jane Jenerette at or (858) 274-4800.

[Posted on 28 Dec 2017]

Mission Bay Park Committee Tues, Dec. 5th

Mission Bay Park Committee meeting on De Anza Revitalization Plan options will be held this Tuesday, December 5th, 6pm at Mission Bay High School.  The Project Team will present the refined Draft Concept Alternatives for revitalizing De Anza Cove.  Presentation materials from the Ad-Hoc Committee Meeting #6 on June 29, 2017 can be reviewed here.

San Diego Audubon says the City’s plans won’t protect the future of Mission Bay’s wetlands and wildlife habitat.  Their ReWild perspective on these plans can be viewed here.  You can also view the Mission Bay Gateway Plan Diagram and Reasons for Support by Scott Chipman.

[Posted on 03 Dec 2017]