The City of Encinitas is accepting applications for appointment to the newly created Infrastructure Task Force (ITF).

  • 11/18/2022
The City of Encinitas is accepting applications for appointment to the newly created Infrastructure Task Force (ITF).  Members of the ITF will be appointed by the City Council and include seven community members based on the following structure:  A) One member from each Council District for a total of four (4) members; B) Three (3) at-large members; C) The seven (7) members shall be a combination of backgrounds and e...

Find places to explore and play in Encinitas on the OuterSpatial app!

  • 11/09/2022
Introducing OuterSpatial.  The free app is an easy, fun, and engaging tool to find information on hiking, biking and horseback riding trails, as well as find information about Encinitas’ amazing parks beaches and viewpoints. Think of it as a digital visitor center for parks, beaches and trails in Encinitas, California and beyond.  On the app, you’ll find accurate and current information with pictures, fac...

Tuesday, Nov. 1 Night Work: Intersection of Leucadia Blvd. and N. Coast Highway 101  

  • 10/31/2022
Construction crews will be doing paving work, weather permitting, tomorrow night Tuesday, Nov. 1 between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. at the intersection of Leucadia Blvd. and N. Coast Hwy 101.   Here’s what to expect:   N. Coast Hwy 101 north and southbound lanes will remain open during construction work but delays are anticipated.   Leucadia Blvd. west and eastbound lanes will b...

Next week: Rescheduled N. Coast Highway 101 Slurry Seal

  • 10/20/2022
Slurry seal work has been rescheduled to the night of Thursday, Oct. 27 and the days of Monday, Oct. 31 and Tuesday, Nov. 1, for the Leucadia Streetscape Safety and Mobility Enhancements project.   Here’s what to expect:  Nighttime working hours will be from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m.  On the night of Thursday, Oct. 27, crews will slurry seal the southbound outside lane and p...

Upcoming Night Work: N. Coast Highway 101 Slurry Seal – Oct. 10 - 14

  • 10/04/2022
Construction is underway on the Leucadia Streetscape Safety and Mobility Enhancements project on North Coast Highway 101 to create new striping and a dedicated bike lane. Starting Monday night at 9 p.m., Oct. 10, construction crews will begin slurry sealing Coast Highway between Basil Street and La Costa Avenue to extend the life of the pavement and provide a clean slate for new striping. Work is expected to be completed on Th...

City of Encinitas Celebrates Grand Opening of Trail 95 with Ribbon Cutting

  • 08/24/2022
On August 23, 2022, the City of Encinitas celebrated the grand opening of Trail 95 with a ribbon cutting by the Mayor and Council Members. Located along El Camino Del Norte in the community of Olivenhain, the new 920 linear feet trail makes connections to existing Olivenhain trails and the County of San Diego Trail System. Many of the existing trails in Olivenhain were developed as part of new home construction projects. In...

Olivenhain Evacuation Community Meetings

  • 07/27/2022
The City of Encinitas Fire Department along with Fitch & Associates presented the updated Olivenhain Evacuation Study/Plan to the residents of Olivenhain.  Participants were able to ask questions and provide input into the plan.  The meetings were hosted by the Olivenhain Town Council at the Olivenhain Meeting Hall, and three sessions were offered this summer. The presentation and recorded sessions are linked bel...

Beacons Beach Access Trail and Parking Lot Scheduled to Reopen

  • 06/29/2022
The City of Encinitas is pleased to announce the Beacons Beach access trail and parking lot are scheduled to reopen for public use mid-day on Thursday, June 30, 2022. On May 2nd, the northern portion of an existing historic landslide at Beacons Beach reactivated and moved downslope to the west. The movement created numerous visible cracks in the existing slope, as well as damage to the existing beach access trail from the B...

Updates on Beacons Beach

  • 06/23/2022
June 23, 2022 - On May 2nd, the northern portion of an existing historic landslide at Beacons Beach reactivated and moved downslope to the west. The movement created numerous visible cracks in the existing slope, as well as damage to the existing beach access trail from the Beacons parking lot down to the beach. Since that time, the City of Encinitas and Scripps Institution of Oceanography have been monitoring and eval...
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