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STVR Press Conference Friday

A joint press conference with Council President Pro Tem Barbara Bry and Councilmember Lorie Zapf will take place Friday, July 13th, 11:45am, at 3515 Jewell St.  They will be highlighting the need for a short-term vacation rental ordinance that preserves our housing stock rather than depleting it.

Press Release

[Posted on 12 Jul 2018]

Hammond’s Ice Cream July 15th

Hammond’s Gourmet Ice Cream special offers for National Ice Cream Day this Sunday, July 15th!

First group in line gets a free flight of 32 (pictured on flyer). First ten customers get a free scoop. Raffles and more! 1418 Garnet Ave

The Hammond family has been great supporters of the Pacific Beach community and our fundraising efforts for Fire Station 21.  Neighbors helping neighbors!

[Posted on 12 Jul 2018]

PB Woman’s Club BBQ

[Posted on 12 Jul 2018]

PBTC Opposes Mayor’s STVR Proposal

The PB Town Council Board of Directors voted unanimously to oppose the Mayor’s STVR proposal at our July 11th Board meeting.  The proliferation of commercial hotel uses in our residential zones continues to reduce our available housing units for long-term renters and potential homeowners.  The Mayor’s proposal, which will come before San Diego City Council on July 16th, would open the flood gates to accelerated depletion of our housing stock if passed.  The City Council meeting begins at noon on Monday, July 16th, in Council Chambers, 12th floor, City Administration Building, 202 C St.  Everyone is encouraged to share any opinion you may have during public comment regarding this matter.  Reference:  Proposed Framework Fact Sheet, Proposed Regulations in Detail, July 16th City Council Agenda.  If you’d like to share your opinion with all 9 Councilmembers, here is their contact info.

[Posted on 12 Jul 2018]

Firefighter Fit Workout

You can join the Firefighter Fit Workout with Station 21 by participating in an obstacle course and/or 3-mile jog on the beach with firefighters for $25/person.  All proceeds go toward our PBTC fundraising goals for Fire Station 21 improvements such as commercial washers & dryers and giant extractor fans for the main bay.  Next dates:  TBD.

You can register here!  And you can also view the Fire Station 21 Wish List.

[Posted on 07 Jul 2018]

July Dine Out: Enoteca Adriano

July’s Dine Out is at one of PB’s favorites! Enjoy a starter of bruschetta, salad, and choice of three entrees, with house dessert, for $36 including tax and tip. NO CORKAGE FEE!

Download the flyer for details.

[Posted on 30 Jun 2018]

Mayor’s STVR Proposal – July 16th

Mayor Faulconer released a framework to amend the San Diego municipal code for short-term vacation rental legalization that is slated to come before City Council on July 16th.  This proposal, if passed, would amend our zoning laws to allow mini-hotels in our residential zones.  To express your opinion to the councilmembers who will be voting on this proposal, here is their contact information.

[Posted on 20 Jun 2018]

PBTC Meeting June 20th

Graffiti Strike Force!  Detective Scott Holden, from Central Division, will bring us the latest on local taggers, and how we can prevent, remove, and properly report graffiti.  He’ll also share how the Graffiti Tracker System works.

Wednesday, June 20th, 6:30pm, Crown Point Elementary auditorium, 4033 Ingraham St.

And updates from local Police, Fire-Rescue, Lifeguards, and government reps.

[Posted on 15 Jun 2018]

Kids Fishing Derby at Crystal Pier

Captain Ron Baker and the San Diego Anglers Foundation have planned the 9th annual event for July 28. The fishing derby attracts more than 400 kids from San Diego County on Crystal Pier. Loaner gear is available on a first come, first served basis provided by the Lakeside Optimist. Also, great food provided by the Pacific Beach Business Association.

[Posted on 10 Jun 2018]

June Dine Out: Mission Beach Yacht Club

This month we have a FRIDAY Dine Out, and what a great spot to spend a summer evening! $25 (includes tax and tip) gets you a delicious buffet dinner.

Download the flyer for details.

[Posted on 04 Jun 2018]

Firefighter Fit Workout, June 23rd

You can join the Firefighter Fit Workout with Station 21 on Saturday, June 23rd, 8am by participating in an obstacle course and/or 3-mile jog on the beach with firefighters for $25/person.  All proceeds go toward our PBTC fundraising goals for Fire Station 21 improvements such as commercial washers & dryers and giant extractor fans for the main bay.

You can register here!  And you can also view the Fire Station 21 Wish List.

[Posted on 04 Jun 2018]

2018 Concerts on the Green Start July 22

[Posted on 27 May 2018]

Fire Station 21 Wish List

PB Town Council fundraising efforts are underway for Fire Station 21 in order to purchase equipment that will benefit the long-term health of our local firefighters.  Check out the Fire Station 21 Wish List!  It explains each item in detail and why it’s needed.

To view our fundraising page, which explains our goals and mission for Station 21 this year, visit:  Fire Station 21.   You can select “Donate Now” or start your own fundraising team.

[Posted on 15 May 2018]

May 16th PBTC General Meeting

Q&A with the new SDPD Neighborhood Policing Division, which deals with quality of life community issues.  Pre-exisiting Homeless Outreach, Quality of Life, and Psychiatric Emergency Response teams now serve under one chain of command within the new Neighborhood Policing Division, which is split into two sections:  outreach and enforcement.

Captain Scott Wahl and Lt. Charles Lara will explain how this new team works and listen to concerns raised by our audience.  Lt. Waldheim from Northern Division, as well as Officer Hesselgesser, will also be there.  Wednesday, May 16th, 6:30pm, at Crown Point Elementary, 4033 Ingraham St

[Posted on 01 May 2018]

Hammond’s Ice Cream Donating 100% Sales

Hammond’s Ice Cream, 1418 Garnet Ave, has pledged to donate 100% of sales this weekend (May 5th – 6th) to our PBTC fundraising efforts for improvements to Fire Station 21 in PB.

Equipment such as giant extractor fan will remove carcinogenic substances from the air where firefighters work, and new high-end commercial washers & dryers will extract toxic materials from the gear they wear.

Hammond’s is open Sat, 12 – 11pm, and Sun, 12 – 9pm.

[Posted on 01 May 2018]