Encinitas and Solana Beach have joined the sweep of coastal towns lining up to oppose President Donald Trump’s efforts to open nearly all federal waters to drilling and energy exploration for the first time in decades.
This weekend, there will be work done on the Four Rail Improvement Projects and rail maintenance. In Cardiff-by-the-Sea, crews will be removing the rail tracks just north of Chesterfield Drive and replacing them with new crossovers. When the project is completed, the new crossovers will allow trains to switch between tracks as needed.
Public is invited to attend Housing Element Task Force Meeting
Saturday, December 16th, 2017 from 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Encinitas Community Center
1140 Oakcrest Park Drive
Encinitas, CA 92024
information regarding rescue efforts and fundraising relative to yesterday’s fire at San Luis Rey Downs Training Center and for more information on shelter, please visit either santaanita.com or dmtc.com. Supplies are pouring in yet clothes and donations are most needed for continued support @DMFairgrounds #LilacFire. Please donate Here. Most importantly, If you have horses or have found horses and need a transporter please contact Equiride.
A Red Flag and High Wind warning is in effect for the San Diego Region from Wednesday, December 6 until 6 PM Saturday, December 9. Winds were from 20-25 mph with the strongest winds occurring Thursday. Combined with low humidity, there was extreme fire weather conditions on Thursday, December 7.
The San Elijo Lagoon Restoration Project, also known as the Reviving Your Wetlands Project, is part of the first phase of construction for the North Coast Corridor (NCC) Program, known as Build NCC. San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy is guiding the $102 million restoration and enhancement effort in the lagoon, which is estimated to conclude in early 2021. Read the kick off!
Birmingham Drive Streetscape Project is a City of Encinitas initiated project to design and build streetscape improvements on Birmingham Drive from San Elijo Road to Carol View Drive, just west of the Caltrans right-of-way at Interstate 5. The pavement is in poor shape and portions of the sidewalk are outdated from current Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements. This project also presents the opportunity to make the street safer, more pedestrian friendly and more visually appealing. Have a say in the project, read more.