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News online for Encinitas, Calif.

North Coast Current

News online for Encinitas, Calif.

North Coast Current

Encinitas City Hall. (NCC file photo)

Construction underway on Encinitas recycled-water pipeline

News Release August 18, 2022
The Olivenhain Municipal Water District recently started construction on a new recycled water pipeline in Encinitas along Manchester Avenue and South El Camino Real from Via Poco to Tennis Club Drive.
An aerial view shows an eastward view of Batiquitos Lagoon. Carlsbad is to the north. Encinitas is to the south. (Photo by Diane Bentley Raymond, iStock Getty Images)

Carlsbad to award $600K in grants for coastal zone mitigation projects

News Release July 7, 2022
The city of Carlsbad is accepting applications for about $600,000 in grants to support certain agricultural, coastal or wetland restoration projects that enhance quality of life in Carlsbad.
North County Transit District’s Sprinter line is shown June 5, 2020. (NCTD photo by Alan Crosthwaite)

Extra Sprinter train service available during the July Fourth holiday

News Release July 2, 2022
To accommodate later evening festivities on the Fourth of July, the North County Transit District is adding special event service.
The city sign at Carlsbad Boulevard and Carlsbad Village Drive is shown in this Jan. 8, 2015, file photo. (NCC file photo by Scott Allison)

Carlsbad adopts balanced budget with city’s quality of life in mind

News Release June 18, 2022
The city of Carlsbad will continue to invest in community priorities such as public safety, protecting the environmental protection and Carlsbad’s quality of life thanks to a balanced budget adopted by the City Council on June 14.
Downtown Solana Beach is pictured at sunset on April 3, 2020, looking west from Coast Highway 101. (Photo by Marcel Fuentes, iStock Getty Images)

Solana Beach partnership assesses community quality for older residents

News Release June 18, 2022
The city of Solana Beach is partnering with AARP California, The San Diego Foundation and San Diego State University’s Social Policy Institute to engage and mobilize community organizations and residents in support of joining the AARP Network of Age-Friendly States and Communities to ensure that communities are safe, livable, and better support people of all ages.
Beacon’s Beach access in the Encinitas community of Leucadia is shown in a 2017 photo. (Encinitas city photo)

Encinitas, Scripps Institution continue to monitor Beacon’s bluff slide

News Release June 14, 2022
The city of Encinitas and Scripps Institute of Oceanography staff continue to monitor the bluff failure at Beacon’s Beach.
Oceanside city sign. (Photo by albertc111, iStock Getty Images)

Oceanside asks residents to increase water conservation efforts

News Release June 14, 2022
The city of Oceanside will be enacting Level 2 drought reduction actions in accordance with a state Water Boards Emergency Drought Resolution.
Mike Pacheco, recreation and community services director for the city of Vista. (Courtesy photo)

New Vista parks director on the job starting this month

OsideNews May 24, 2022
The city of Vista’s new Recreation and Community Services director brings experience to the job from Carlsbad and Encinitas.
Phase II of Oceanside’s Beachfront Improvement Feasibility Study explores potential improvements to the Junior Seau Beach Community Center, Junior Seau Pier Amphitheater/ Bandshell, and the pier plaza and public spaces in between. (Oceanside city rendering)

Oceanside beachfront improvement meeting scheduled for May 25

OsideNews May 24, 2022
The city of Oceanside has scheduled a public meeting for Wednesday, May 25, to discuss an ongoing study about potential upgrades to facilities at the Junior Seau Beach Community Center and Pier Amphitheater area.
Recycling. (Photo by Sigmund via Unsplash)

CARLSBAD: City Council moves forward on plastics reduction

News Release May 16, 2022
The Carlsbad City Council took steps Tuesday, May 1o, that will phase in changes over the next three years to reduce the amount of single-use plastics that end up in landfills.
E-bike use in Carlsbad is now subject to rules under a new city ordinance. (Carlsbad city photo by Kristina Chartier)

CARLSBAD: Ordinance cracking down on e-bike misuse now in effect

News Release May 6, 2022

The city of Carlsbad’s local laws that make it easier to enforce the safe and considerate use of bicycles, e-bikes, motorized scooters and other similar ways of getting around town is now in effect as...

Emergency lights. (Ariel Camilo, FreeImages)

OCEANSIDE: Fire Dept. to conduct wildland training near state Route 76

News Release May 6, 2022
The Oceanside Fire Department will be conducting wildland training burns starting May 10 and continuing for several days throughout May.
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