PBTC letter to city leaders sent March 8 stating position on vehicle habitations.

Annual Graffiti Cleanup is May 4

PBTC’s 11th annual cleanup has been scheduled for May 4, from 9am until noon. Each year hundreds of tags are removed, greatly enhancing the appearance of our community. Download the flyer for details. In addition to volunteers needed on the day of the cleanup, advance work needs to be done by graffiti mappers/surveyors. If you can help, please email Jim Menders (GraffitiSurvey@roadrunner.com).  Also participants must fill sign the waiver and bring to event.  Students under 18 yrs old will need to fill it out with their parents.

Can’t be there but want to support our efforts? Consider making a donation toward supplies and materials for the cleanup.  Visit the Donations page.

April Dine Out: Woodstock’s

Join us for the one of the best Dine Out deals of 2019… $20 (including tax and tip) gets you salad options, choices of wings, pizza choices, dessert choices and your pick of beverage, including beer and wine! Download the flyer for details and make sure to RSVP quickly!

Firefighter Breakfast: April 13

Get table service by your Station 21 firefighters while eating breakfast at the Firehouse Restaurant!

There will be three seatings for this first-annual event, and all proceeds support the firehouse.  Please join us!

Click here to learn more and buy tickets.

Vehicle Habitations and the search for solutions will be a focus of our PBTC forum on Wednesday, March 20, 6:30pm at Crown Point Elementary, 4033 Ingraham St. In addition to hearing from residents on how the recent repeal of our vehicle habitation ordinance is affecting our community, we’ll be joined by Teresa Smith, CEO with “Dreams for Change,” which operates 2 parking lots in San Diego. We’ll also be joined by participants in their Safe Parking Program.

Another topic of discussion will be the need for off-leash dog areas in Pacific Beach. We’ll hear from dog owners in our community about possible options.

Community Crop Swap

Two enterprising PB Middle School students are holding a “crop swap” where we can trade our excess fruit and veggies with other local growers.

Got more than you can handle? Bring your excess fruit/veggies to Kate Sessions Park on Saturday, March 16, from 2-4 PM at the top of the hill.

Avoid waste, and get to know other local growers, and exchange your excess for someone else’s delectable edibles!

March Dine Out: Marino’s

Join your friends and neighbors for a great meal at Marino’s, a PB tradition since 1954. Salad and garlic roll, choice of four entrees and a non-alcoholic beverage, all for $24 including tax and tip!

Download the flyer for more info and be sure to reserve by March 19.

New Member Discount

Bird Rock Coffee Roasters is a new PBTC Business Member and has joined our Member-to-Member Discounts program, offering PBTC members 20% off when presenting a yellow membership card. Visit them at 829 Garnet Avenue. And don’t forget to take advantage of our many other member discounts!

PBTC Monthly Public Forum

Join us for an update on Rose Creek, which is being impacted by increased zoning density around the new Balboa trolley station, and a proposal to make Rose Creek a city park — with access to city services like trash cans with regular pickups, path improvements and more. Also monthly updates from police, fire, lifeguard and government reps — and your chance for comments and questions.

If that’s not enough, Bird Rock Coffee will be providing free coffee and pastries! See you at Crown Point Jr. Music Academy!