Monthly Community Meetings

During the COVID-19 community quarantine period, our monthly meetings are held online on each third Wednesday of the month. Both members and non-members are welcome to attend, and you don’t have to be a Facebook user to watch. The live stream is public to all. If you can’t attend at that time, the full video will be available afterward on our Facebook page.

Special PBTC Meeting With Neighborhood Policing Division

On July 15 we had a special presentation with Captain Scott Wahl, who heads up SDPD’s Neighborhood Policing Division, and Sgt. Bryan Brecht from Northern Division’s Day Beach Team. NPD deals directly with chronic “quality of life” issues such as homeless encampments, public alcohol and narcotics use, bike thefts, vehicle break-ins, and aggressive behavior. If you missed the meeting, please view it now.

Monthly Meeting Featuring Caryn Blanton of Shoreline Community Services

Also on July 15 Caryn Blanton, local community advocate who leads Shoreline Community Services, shared with us the realities of our neighborhood, specifically regarding homelessness and crime. She talked about the difference between relief services and development work and shared some proposals that are currently in the planning stages. If you didn’t catch the meeting, view it now to learn how you can be involved in creating a thriving, safe, and welcoming neighborhood for everyone to enjoy!

To watch previous online meetings, please click on the links below:

June 17, 2020
The meeting topics included:

  • Q&A with local police, fire personnel, and lifeguards.
  • Updates from local officials.
  • Recap of “Paddle for Peace” and the event’s message with organizer Risa.
  • Update from Paige Hernandez, founder of Black Brown Pacific Beach Instagram page.
  • Mission Bay High School student magazine “Light! More Light! PB, featuring local art and poetry.
  • Porch Portrait contest winner Jane Nobbs.

May 20, 2020
The meeting topics included:

  • Q&A with local emergency services and public officials.
  • Slow Streets program – Diamond Street closure.
  • Design for Foothill/Loring roundabout.
  • “Community in Quarantine” art contest winning designs.
  • PB Chalk Art winner.
  • Porch Portrait contest.

April 29, 2020