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Next Concert – Sunday, August 13th!

We have 1 final concert in the series of 4 for Concerts on the Green hosted by Pacific Beach Town Council and Pacific Beach Community Foundation.  This Sunday, Aug. 13th, 4 – 6:30pm, The Reflectors will perform at Kate Sessions Park.

For complete schedule, click here.

Thanks to The Patio Group for being our concert series sponsor!  To donate, click here.

[Posted on 07 Aug 2017]

National Night Out in PB

National Night Out in Pacific Beach at the PB Library had 200 attendees, who were able to meet officers from our Northern Division, watch K-9 demos, and partake in numerous activities such as Tai Chi and Stranger Danger demos.

Thanks to Andie LaComb, Marcella Teran, Racheal Allen, and Christina Wainwright for organizing this great local event.

[Posted on 05 Aug 2017]

Next Concert: Sunday, Aug. 6th!

Our 1st two Concerts on the Green have been a great turnout of family, friends, and neighbors. Next up is The Bayou Brothers (Blues R&B and Mardi Gras Sound) at Kate Sessions Park from 4 – 6:30pm.

For complete schedule, click here.

Thanks to The Patio Group for being our concert series sponsor!  To donate, click here.

[Posted on 05 Aug 2017]

Beautifulpb Counts

Volunteers wanted for PB Counts.  On Saturday, August 12th, 3 – 5pm, you can help by counting bikes, pedestrians, skaters, and cars on PB Pathways.  This data helps to support Beautifulpb with their mobility initiatives.  Free Beautifulpb swag!  Corner of Cass and Felspar.  RSVP to Devon Muto at devonmuto@yahoo.com.  See full flyer here.

[Posted on 03 Aug 2017]

Sea World Roller Coaster Public Hearing Notice

CA Coastal Commission Notice of Public Hearing on Coastal Permit for proposed 150-ft tall Sea World Roller Coaster.  This item scheduled for public hearing and a vote.  People can testify in person, but be advised this hearing will be held on August 9th, 9:00 am in Calabasas, CA.  People may also present their concerns by letter to Commission on or before the hearing date.  View public notice here.

 

[Posted on 31 Jul 2017]

Walk to End Alzheimer’s

The Walk to End Alzheimer’s takes place at Misson Bay/Crown Point on September 9th, 2017. By participating, your fundraising dollars fuel the mission to end Alzheimer’s, helping the 55,000+ residents living with Alzheimer’s here in San Diego.

Take the first step and register today!

[Posted on 28 Jul 2017]

Concerts on the Green

Our 1st Sunday concert on July 23rd with the Siers Brothers was a great time had by all.  Next Sunday, July 30th, 4 – 6:30pm, San Diego’s premiere country band, Three Chord Justice, will perform.

For complete schedule, click here.

Thanks to The Patio Group for being our concert series sponsor!  To donate, click here.

[Posted on 25 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]

Concerts On The Green Series Begins July 23

The Siers Brothers band kicks off this year’s concert series at Kate Sessions Park. As always, concerts are FREE.

Download the flyer for details.

If you enjoy the concerts, please consider a donation or sponsorship! Click here to learn more.

[Posted on 30 Jun 2017]

July Dine Out: Enoteca Andriano

PBTC’s July Dine Out will be on July 25th at Enoteca Adriano.

Download the flyer for details.

[Posted on 29 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]

Your Input Needed: Take the PB Parking Survey

The Pacific Beach Parking Advisory Board needs your help to help identify the following:

(1) Parking and traffic impacts that affect our community’s residents, businesses, employees, schools and visitors
(2) Our community’s desired solutions
(3) Revenue sources to pay of our community’s desired solutions

The PBPAB recognizes that parking imbalances occur in PB between the business district, beach parking and residential areas, times of day, days of the week and seasons of the year; however, PBPAB would like to gather information on the general parking and traffic climate in Pacific Beach.

Please take 10-15 minutes to help!  Click here to take the survey.

[Posted on 18 May 2017]

PB Problem Solver Updated!

The “PB Problem Solver” has been updated, thanks to Marcella Teran and Suzanne Landa. This handy PDF tells you exactly how to proceed in solving a variety of issues, from noise to illegally parked vehicles.

Get it here.

[Posted on 09 May 2017]

May Dine Out: Marino’s

PBTC’s May Dine Out will be on May 30th at Marino’s Italian Restaurant.

Download the flyer for details.

[Posted on 27 Apr 2017]

Your Input on New Trolley Stops Needed by March 20

SANDAG is seeking your input: What services and amenities do you think are most important to include in mobility hubs at each new Mid-Coast Trolley station?

This Mid-Coast Trolley will extend trolley service from Old Town to Westfield UTC. One of the new stations will serve PB and be located on Balboa Avenue at I-5.

Mobility hubs feature a range of transportation services and amenities that better connect transit to where people live, work, and play. They are places where different travel options — walking, biking, ridesharing, and transit — come together seamlessly. Supporting technologies like real-time travel information, electric vehicle charging stations, and improved trip planning and payment options offer added convenience for users.

Please provide your input and take the survey now.

[Posted on 09 Mar 2017]