The Pacific Beach Homelessness Coalition, in collaboration with volunteers in the Pacific Beach community, invites you to a neighborhood cleanup and lunch at Saturday, March 4, from 10am to noon.
The event will highlight the work of the Pacific Beach Street Guardians. (If you’re not familiar with that group, watch this KUSI report.)
For more info on the Spring Cleaning, download the flyer.
The PB Business District is implementing a Clean & Safe program covering areas including the boardwalk near Crystal Pier, Garnet to Ingraham, and parts of Felspar and Hornblend.
The Clean & Safe program is made up of a Maintenance Team and Safety Ambassadors.
The Safety Ambassadors, who work for a security company, will serve to complement the San Diego Police Department. They will help visitors with information and provide social outreach referrals for homeless. A program of this kind is already being used in Downtown San Diego.
The non-profit Pacific Beach Street Guardians will be maintaining the streets, sidewalks and alleys in the business district. The Street Guardians are made up of homeless men and women who have been thoroughly screened, and want to work to better their situation.
Watch a KUSI report on the announcement of this program.
Get more info on the Street Guardians, who are also available to work for businesses and residents.
PBTC’s February Dine Out will be on February 28 at Broken Yolk Cafe.
Download the flyer for details.
A news conference/media event announcing PB’s Clean & Safe Program will be held on Friday, February 3 at 11:00 am, at 1165 Garnet Avenue, outside Moonshine Beach.
This program will cover areas including the boardwalk near Crystal Pier, Garnet to Ingraham, and parts of Felspar and Hornblend.
We hope to see neighbors, local business owners, Neighborhood Watch groups, Beautiful PB, members of Pacific Beach Woman’s Club, and many more at the conference.
Learn more about PB’s Clean & Safe Program – everyone is welcome to attend!
On Wednesday, February 8, 6:00pm, SeaWorld will do a presentation on the Electric Eel Roller Coaster to the Mission Bay Park Committee. Location of meeting: Santa Clara Recreation Center, Mission Beach.
Presented by SeaWorld President, Marilyn Hannes, Phases I and II of Ocean Explorer will be reviewed and a vote of approval will be asked of the MBPC.
The community is welcome and encouraged to attend. SeaWorld staff will be available before and after the meeting to answer questions.