The Pacific Beach Town Council is a membership organization, open to everyone, dedicated to the betterment of Pacific Beach.
PBTC’s office is not currently staffed, but volunteers are responding to voice mails and email. Contact us.
Help Us Support the Lifeguards at Our Annual Community BBQ!
The 41st annual PAESAN (Police and Emergency Services Appreciation Night) event is on September 22, from 4 to 6:30 pm, and you are invited! There will be awards for first responders, and donations will help provide San Diego Lifeguards with items that they need but aren’t funded by the current City budget. On-site entry is $10 for adults (children under 12 get in free). (If you already purchased tickets, your name will be on a list at the entrance, so please check in there.) The fee includes a delicious BBQ dinner, beverages, and dessert. Get more details, donate!
Honoring the Payne Family
On August 5, 2021, the Pacific Beach Middle Joint-Use Field was renamed after William and Fannie Payne, after Black educators who experienced shameful racism in our community. Learn more
PB Rec Center Mosaic Mural Project
Our PB Rec Center needs some love! PB Town Council is working with local artist Rob Tobin to create beautiful mosaic murals to improve the look of this 65-year-old building. There are four important ways you can help make this happen!
Please Attend Our Sept. 15 Meeting!
All PB residents are invited to join us in discussing our community issues. Non-agenda public comments are invited. Details are on the Meetings page.
Goodbye to John Westwood
Pacific Beach has lost a wonderful person, former honorary mayor John Westwood.
2020: The Year in Review
It was a tough year. We didn’t get to do some of our favorite things, like Concerts on the Green. But PBTC still had a significant positive impact on our community. Here’s what we accomplished.
2nd Annual PBTC Chalk Art Contest
Thank you very much to everyone who entered our chalk art contest! The judges announced the winners at our April 21 meeting, and you can see their beautiful chalk art here.
San Diego Fire Dept. Releases PSA on Beach Fires
The past year has seen an increase in illegal fires on our community beaches. People are lighting fires that are not enclosed in required fire rings and that contain sharp objects such as nails and glass. Residents are bothered by excessive smoke and noise, and they are calling 911 to report the fires, which pulls SDFD resources away from emergency calls. In response, the SDFD created a public service announcement video to explain why some types of fires create a huge problem for residents and first responders and how to use non-emergency phone numbers to report them. Watch the video now!
What Does the PBTC Do?
PBTC connects residents with our elected officials at monthly public forums, advocates for the betterment and beautification of PB with City Council and other governing bodies, supports local students with scholarships and awards, organizes Concerts on the Green and the annual PAESAN community BBQ honoring our first responders, beautifies PB with the annual Graffiti Removal Day and Enhancement Committee community cleanups, and much more. PBTC also owns and maintains the Rose Creek Cottage, a PB gem that is available for events.
Why Should I Join?
Your support creates a more beautiful, safe and thriving PB – raising the quality of life in our community today and for future generations. And with Member Discounts, your membership can pay for itself!
Where Do My Membership Dues Go?
PBTC is an all-volunteer organization: no salaries and minimal overhead. Your support goes right back into the community.