Join us September 18 when mayoral candidates will square off on coastal issues important to the beach and bay communities. Coastal town councils, planning groups, business districts, and community organizations have been prioritizing issues and questions to be addressed by the candidates. Confirmed candidates include City Councilmember Barbara Bry, Assemblymember Todd Gloria, and community advocate Tasha Williamson. Mission Bay High School auditorium, 2475 Grand Ave.
The 39th annual PAESAN — Police and Emergency Services Appreciation Night — takes place on Wednesday, Sept. 25, with this year’s honorees being the park rangers and maintenance staff of PB parks.
Come say “thanks for a job well done” and enjoy a carne asada BBQ dinner with sides, drinks and desserts for only $5 per person (children under 12 free). Download the event flyer and purchase tickets here.
No general meeting this month.
Our upcoming Dine Out features your choice of burger, lobster roll, fish & chips or chicken dinner — plus salad, dessert and beverage. Download the flyer for details and reserve by August 20.
Scooter corrals are being painted on the streets in PB starting this week (July 22) in certain red zones by the City’s Transportation & Stormwater Department. Per the new rules, mobility devices cannot be staged or parked on the sidewalk of the adjacent block where a corral is painted, and can be reported thru Get it Done. Download FULL LOCATION LIST.
Here’s a party with something for everybody: Food, bingo, and a Tupperware presentation. $10 includes chili, cornbread, salad, dessert, and bingo. Non-alcoholic beverages, wine and beer are available for a small donation.
Proceeds benefit Pacific Beach Woman’s Club programs that support Stand Up For Kids, Pacific Beach schools, and more. Call or text Liz (215-740-6155) to reserve your spot.
All are welcome: Men, women, children, Tupperware collectors, Bingo fanatics, chili connoisseurs, etc.! The party will be at Hornblend Hall, 1721 Hornblend Street, Pacific Beach.
You can sign up HERE to help support San Diego Police officers by attending City Council meetings, through social media, and in other ways.
Progress report on how the new scooter regulations are taking effect in Pacific Beach. Scoot Scoop and Mobile Transport Solutions are two companies that will explain how to use their free removal services.
We’ll have a “Graffiti Clean Up Day” wrap-up from Event Chair Andy Bryl, and updates from local Police, Fire, Lifeguards, and government reps.
See you on Wednesday, July 17, 6:30pm at Crown Point Junior Music Academy, 4033 Ingraham St.