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North Coast Current

News online for Encinitas, Calif.

North Coast Current

Encinitas environmental award recipients meet with members of the City Council and Environmental Commission during a meeting Wednesday, April 17. (Encinitas city photo)

City recognizes Encinitas environmental leaders

North Coast Current April 19, 2024
A historic local surf shop, community garden nonprofit, doctor and student were the recipients of Encinitas environmental stewardship awards on Wednesday, April 17.
Encinitas kids and their counterparts from Amakusa, Japan, visit Cardiff during a Sister City Program summer youth exchange in July 2023. (Encinitas city photo)

Encinitas youths can apply for Sister City excursion, commission seats

North Coast Current April 16, 2024
Encinitas has two youth-oriented programs seeking applicants this month, with deadlines approaching April 18 and 19.
The city of Encinitas completed a Z-style pedestrian crossing on El Camino Real between Encinitas Village shopping center to the east and Encinitas Marketplace to the west in March. (Encinitas city photo)

Encinitas completes pedestrian crossing along stretch of El Camino Real

North Coast Current March 28, 2024
The city of Encinitas recently completed a pedestrian crossing on El Camino Real between two shopping centers just north of Encinitas Boulevard.
Encinitas City Hall. (North Coast Current photo)

Encinitas extends deadline for 3 commission seat applications

North Coast Current March 8, 2024
The city of Encinitas seeks applicants to fill vacancies on two of its commissions, with an extended deadline of Thursday, March 14.
Encinitas City Hall. (North Coast Current photo)

Encinitas City Council gets tepid response to housing equity study

Steve Puterski, North County Pipeline January 22, 2024
A heated and spirited debate took hold during the Encinitas City Council’s meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 17, regarding the city’s Barriers to Racial and Ethnic Equity in Housing Study.
Encinitas City Hall. (North Coast Current photo)

City Report: Encinitas tackles eatery spaces, stray shopping carts

Alysse Dodge January 17, 2024
In December, the Encinitas City Council’s agenda included several significant matters. Mayor Tony Kranz, in conversation with the North Coast Current, outlined the three most notable topics discussed during the month. Below, we take a closer look at these crucial conversations.
Damage to an access trail at Beacon’s Beach in Encinitas is shown Jan. 10 as a landslide continues to move westward. (Encinitas city photo)

Landslide forces Beacon’s Beach access closure in Encinitas

North Coast Current January 12, 2024
Access to Beacon’s Beach in Encinitas has been closed after bluff movement was detected in an ongoing landslide, the city announced Jan. 10.
Encinitas City Hall. (North Coast Current photo)

Encinitas seeks applicants to fill 21 commission seats

North Coast Current December 31, 2023
The city of Encinitas faces numerous vacancies on commissions in 2024, including Planning Commission representatives for Old Encinitas and Cardiff, and officials have put the word for applicants.
Encinitas City Hall. (North Coast Current photo)

City Report: Encinitas eyes property for housing, tackles speed limits

Alysse Dodge December 19, 2023
Encinitas Mayor Tony Kranz and Deputy Mayor Joy Lyndes recently shared their perspectives on five of the most crucial conversations of November, ranging from infrastructure and housing, including the declaration of Quail Gardens Drive surplus property, to speed limit reductions and the ongoing Pacific View Art Center project.
Encinitas City Hall. (North Coast Current photo)

City Report: Rail Trail, marathon permit top October topics in Encinitas

Alysse Dodge November 8, 2023
During the October meetings of the Encinitas City Council, several important matters were on the agenda, among them the extension of the Coastal Rail Trail, a discussion about Legislative Policy and Priorities, and the deliberation over a second-year permit for the Moonlight Beach Half Marathon.
Encinitas City Hall. (North Coast Current photo)

City Report: Encinitas tackles bicycle safety, homelessness, Surfer’s Point

Alysse Dodge October 9, 2023
During the September meetings of the Encinitas City Council, several important issues were discussed, including bicycle safety, homelessness, and financing the acquisition of Surfer’s Point.
California state Sen. Catherine Blakespear (center) and Encinitas Mayor Tony Kranz (immediate left) stand with members of the Encinitas City Council, San Dieguito High School Academy and family of Brodee Braxton Champlain-Kingman on Sept. 21 as they mark the granting of $3.09 million in state funds for the Santa Fe Drive Corridor Improvements Project. (Encinitas city photo)

$3.09 million headed for Santa Fe Drive safety project in Encinitas

North Coast Current September 21, 2023
Spurred by the death of an Encinitas teenager over the summer, state Sen. Catherine Blakespear (D-Encinitas) has been able to secure $3.09 million in funds for the Santa Fe Drive Corridor Improvements Project, the city announced Sept. 21.
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