2021 Encinitas Holiday Parade Cancellation

2021 Encinitas Holiday Parade Cancellation

  • 10/21/2021
It is the City’s decision to cancel the 2021 Encinitas Holiday Parade. While the Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts Department has been planning the 2021 Parade, department staff have continued to monitor recommendations and guidance from the County and the State.  The State of California Department of Public Health (CDPH) “Beyond the Blueprint” guidance outlines recommendations for mega-events such as ...

Urban Forest Advisory Committee (UFAC) Vacancy

  • 10/14/2021
The City of Encinitas is accepting applications for appointment to the Urban Forest Advisory Committee (UFAC) to fill one vacancy.  The UFAC is composed of members of the community with interest and expertise in urban forestry.  This group advises and works together with the City Arborist to review and provide comments on City plans and policies related to urban forestry, including updates to the various aspects of t...
Oil Spill Update 3

Oil Spill Update 3

  • 10/08/2021
All Encinitas beaches remain open. You might see members of the shoreline assessment teams working along Encinitas coast. They will be evaluating tar balls that were found on the beaches in north San Diego County to determine their source. The County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency is advising residents to exercise caution at local beaches and to avoid contact if tar balls are seen. If contact occurs, the body...

Vaccinations Now Required for SEIU and Non-represented Employees

  • 10/08/2021
As previously announced, starting today, October 7, 2021, all City of Encinitas employees represented by SEIU along with non-union employees are now required to be vaccinated against COVID-19. The requirement is outlined the COVID-19 protocols for non-union employees, which were announced on August 17, and in an agreement with SEIU signed on August 27. “I want to thank the employees that have done their part to keep t...
Oil Spill Update 2

Oil Spill Update 2

  • 10/07/2021
City staff, including our Emergency Operations staff, are working closely with the San Diego County Emergency Operations Center and the Orange County Incident Management Team to plan, assess, and mitigate the impacts to our local beaches and lagoons in relation to the oil spill in Orange County. Lifeguards are closely monitoring the local beaches and coastal waters for impacts. North County coastal cities, including Encinit...
Oil Spill Update

Oil Spill Update

  • 10/06/2021
The City of Encinitas, along with San Diego County Office of Emergency Services and other coastal cities, is engaged with Orange County officials and closely monitoring the impacts of the oil spill that occurred Saturday, October 2, 2021, off the coast of Huntington Beach roughly 50 miles to the north. There is no impact to the City at this time and our beaches remain open. Lifeguards are closely monitoring our coastline for s...
October Encinitas Arts & Events Calendar

October Encinitas Arts & Events Calendar

  • 10/04/2021
FOR A LIST OF ENCINITAS ARTS & EVENTS THIS MONTH, CLICK HERE.  The monthly calendar is a service of the Cultural Arts Division and Cultural Tourism Committee. For additions or corrections, please contact City staff: [email protected] or (760) 633-2746.

Unscheduled Vacancies on the Environmental Commission - UPDATED 10-11-2021

  • 09/30/2021
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Encinitas is accepting applications to fill two unscheduled vacancies on the Environmental Commission with terms ending March 1, 2024.   Application forms must be completed online from the City’s  website.  The deadline for applications is Thursday, October 28, 2021, at 5:00 p.m.  All applicants must be registered voters of the City of Encinita...

Affordable Housing

  • 09/22/2021
The City of Encinitas is dedicated to creating and maintaining safe, clean and affordable housing for all residents. The City achieves this in part through Inclusionary Housing. The Inclusionary Housing Program requires new residential projects of seven units or more to provide either 15 percent of the dwelling units made available at affordable sales price to low-income households or 10 percent of the dwelling units in the re...

City and Union Reach Agreement Regarding COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing

  • 08/27/2021
The City of Encinitas announced today that they and the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 221 have reached an agreement requiring all represented employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19. The agreement is similar to the new COVID-19 protocols for non-union employees which were announced on August 17. “I want to thank the SEIU leadership and their members for working with our management team on this...
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