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PB Community Thanksgiving Dinner

All are invited to a free community Thanksgiving dinner presented by Sojurn Grace Collective in partnership with Christ Lutheran Church.  It’s 12-3pm on Thanksgiving Day at Garman Fellowship Hall, 4761 Cass Street.  For more info or to volunteer, email sarah@SojurnGrace.com

[Posted on 11 Nov 2017]

Lord of the Wings: A Fun Charity Event

Discover PB’s Clean & Safe Program hires homeless individuals to clean and maintain the streets and sidewalks Pacific Beach’s business districut, and also funds security personnel that patrol and handle aggressive individuals and criminal activity.

Clean & Safe benefits our community, and needs your support to continue! Join their chicken wing cook-off competition on November 14th from 5-9pm at the Karl Strauss Tasting Room to crown the Lord of the Wings – the restaurant that makes the best wings! Further details and to purchase a ticket go to LordOfTheWings.org.

[Posted on 25 Oct 2017]

Don’t Miss CPJMA’s Annual Halloween Event!

Tickets for carnival games, haunted library, cake walk, craft soda, and food purchases raise funds for Crown Point Jr. Music Academy. (Food includes Carmen’s Delicious Street Tacos, Little Caesars Pizza, Mahalo Shave Ice truck, pop corn and more!) Stop by to enjoy the festivities as well as support the school. If you’d like to donate candy or bring a vehicle for the Trunk or Treat portion of the evening, please contact Tony Schlegel: schleg24@gmail.com.

[Posted on 22 Oct 2017]

November Dine Out: Pernicano’s

PBTC’s November Dine Out will be November 29th at Pernicano’s.
It’s a great dinner for only $25, including tax and tip!

Download the flyer for details.

[Posted on 18 Oct 2017]

Oct. 18 Meeting: Homelessness Task Force CEO

Gordon Walker, the new CEO of San Diego’s Regional Task Force on Homelessness, will be the featured speaker at PBTC’s October monthly meeting.

As always, the meeting will also feature updates from city officials, police, lifeguards and community organizations.

Click here for monthly meeting details.

[Posted on 03 Oct 2017]

Join PB Kiwanis for Halloween Fundraiser Dinner

A “Spooky Pasta Dinner” will be held at Pernicano’s on October 26, to support youth scholarships, sports and music.

Download the flyer for details.

[Posted on 03 Oct 2017]

PBTC Meeting, Wed, Sept. 20th

City Attorney Mara Elliot will be there.

We’ll discuss Councilmember Barbara Bry’s proposed regulations with Comm Director, Hilary Nemchik.

Denise Friedman with updated Crown Point STVR data.

Join us on Wednesday, Sept. 20th, 6:30pm @ Crown Point Music Academy, 4033 Ingraham St.  Parking lot on Jewell St and PB Drive will fill up quickly.  Allow time to find street parking, or walk/ride bike.  STVR portion will be first.

[Posted on 10 Sep 2017]

Police/Community Relations Meeting is August 28

The Mayor’s “Citizens’ Advisory Board on Police/Community Relations” meeting is Monday, August 28th, at the Pacific Beach Library from 6pm-7:30pm. It’s open to the public. Attendees can speak on issues such as how thefts, shortage of police officers, drug dealing/usage, recent attacks on women, aggressive transients, long dispatch wait times and long police response times are negatively impacting PB; and urge the City to hire more officers and make compensation programs more competitive.  SDPD has many open positions because so many officers leave each year for better paying positions elsewhere.

[Posted on 25 Aug 2017]

Plan to Attend the 37th Annual PAESAN on Sept. 27

What’s PAESAN?  Police And Emergency Services Appreciation Night!

Say “thanks” to our police, firefighters, lifeguards and park rangers by attending the PAESAN community picnic.

Learn more and/or buy tickets online. For sponsorship opportunities, click here.

Five reasons to participate in PAESAN:

  1. It’s a delicious BBQ feast!
  2. Say thanks to the folks who protect and serve us.
  3. Tickets are only $5 each, kids under 12 free.
  4. You won’t have to cook that night.
  5. Meet some of your friendly PB community members.
[Posted on 16 Aug 2017]

August Dine Out: Barefoot Bar + Grill

PBTC’s August Dine Out will be August 29th at Barefoot Bar + Grill, Paradise Point Resort.

Download the flyer for details.

[Posted on 26 Jul 2017]

Get the Bike Bait Update (And More!) in July

The July monthly meeting of the PBTC will include an update on what police are doing to catch bike thieves.

Here’s a preview:  Since the Bike Bait program was launched, there have been 109 arrests, with 104 successful prosecutions concluded and 5 still pending. If you’d like to hear how they’re so succesful, make sure to attend the meeting!

As always, the July meeting will also include the opportunity to ask questions of police, fire, lifeguard and city government representatives.

[Posted on 08 Jul 2017]

Celebrate National Night Out in PB

National Night Out (est. 1984) is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places. This year it’s Tuesday, August 1.

Celebrate with your neighbors at the PB Library, while meeting your San Diego police officers. The program features a K-9 demonstration, food truck, bike rodeo, games and much more.

Download the flyer for more info.

[Posted on 25 Jun 2017]

NBC 7 Reports on STVR-Focused PBTC Meeting

Watch local media coverage of our June meeting, which featured a presentation on the short-term vacation rental (STVR) crisis. Emphasis is placed on the negative effect of STVRs on housing affordability, because they reduce the supply of residential rental units.

[Posted on 23 Jun 2017]

Get a De Anza Update at the June 29th Open House

The City’s De Anza Revitalization Plan project team will hold the next Ad-Hoc Subcommittee Meeting on Thursday, June 29, from 6-8:00 pm at Mission Bay High School.

The project team will present refined draft concept alternatives for the De Anza Revitalization Plan for the discussion of the Ad-Hoc Subcommittee. An Open House will follow the Ad-Hoc Subcommittee meeting to allow the public to review the alternatives in detail, ask questions, and provide feedback to the project team on uses, design, and potential refinements.

[Posted on 19 Jun 2017]

Police Chief Educates PBTC About New Drug Testing

Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman gave attendees at the May PBTC meeting a firsthand look at the Drager Drug Test 5000 (pictured), a portable mouth-swab device that provides a new way to confirm the presence of seven drugs including marijuana, cocaine, opiates, amphetamines, and more.

Concerns about impaired driving have increased since the passing of November’s Proposition 64, or the Adult Use of Marijuana Act, which legalized certain aspects of marijuana usage.  For a TV news report on Chief Zimmerman’s presentation, please click here.

[Posted on 12 Jun 2017]