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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]

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]

June 21st: Short-Term Vacation Rental Update

PBTC’s June monthly meeting will feature an update from Save San Diego Neighborhoods on the latest developments at City Hall on short-term vacation rentals, and how you can make a difference.

The meeting takes place on Wednesday, June 21 at 6:30 pm at Crown Point Jr. Music Academy.  As at every monthly meeting, representatives from Police, Fire, Lifeguards, elected officials and community organization will be available for questions.

[Posted on 10 Jun 2017]

Save Your Tuesday Evenings for a Fun New Event

Starting June 6, there will be a Community Meet-Up every Tuesday evening from 5-7 pm at the PB Library Park.

Bring your family, friends and neighbors! Bring your dinner, munchies, leashed dogs, lawn chairs, etc. for a fun time socializing and getting to know others in your community. Your kids can enjoy the Tot Playground. This weekly event is a great way for the community to reclaim and enjoy the beautiful Library grounds. (Please note: No food/drinks provided; no alcohol allowed in the park.)

[Posted on 05 Jun 2017]

June Dine Out: Campland Raised Cantina

PBTC’s June Dine Out will be on June 27 at Campland Raised Cantina.

Download the flyer for details.

[Posted on 01 Jun 2017]

The Solution To Beach Trash? One Resident’s Idea

The following letter was recently received at the PBTC office.

I have been a PB resident for 16 years and the beach is something I walk on every single day. Over the years I’ve been making it a point to do my part by picking up trash I see along the beach and bay. I’ve noticed though, so many walking along the beach and walking right past large pieces of plastic and trash. I ask, when do we as a community more »

[Posted on 29 May 2017]

Randall’s Sandals Celebrates 1st Anniversary

Join them for food, fun, games, prizes and libations — and 15% off everything!  — at 955 Turquoise Street, right across from The French Gourmet.

[Posted on 24 May 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]

Santa Clara Rec Center Posts Summer Program Info

The Santa Clara Recreation Center, located on Santa Clara Point in Mission Bay, has published information on their Summer 2017 program.  There’s a wealth of activities and special events happening this summer!

Click here to download the PDF with complete info.

[Posted on 11 May 2017]

ZLAC To Host 125th Anniversary Dinner

ZLAC Rowing Club’s 125th Anniversary Dinner will take place at the club on Sunday, May 21 at 6pm.

Author Daniel J. Boyne will discuss his book, “The Red Rose Crew: A True Story of Women, Winning and the Water.” There will be a book signing and copies will be available for purchase at the event. Download the flyer for complete details.

[Posted on 11 May 2017]

PBTC Helps CPJMA Celebrate Arbor Day

Crown Point Junior Music Academy celebrated Arbor Day, April 27th, by planting new trees at the school. The City donated the trees, Urban Corp. transferred the trees to the school and dug holes, and CPJMA will be responsible for watering and maintenance.

San City City Councilmember Lorie Zapf presented the trees to the school.

Pacific Beach Town Council Board members Denny Friedman and Marcella Bothwell were in attendance, and Marcella Teran represented the PB Neighborhood Watch.

Photo credit:  James McGuirk
[Posted on 11 May 2017]