Encinitas Residents Asked to Conserve Water

  • 06/21/2022
As California enters its third consecutive dry year and following the driest first three months of a year in the state’s recorded history, Governor Gavin Newsom and the State Water Resources Control Board took steps to drive water conservation at the local level, calling on local water suppliers to take locally appropriate actions that will conserve water across all sectors. In response, the Olivenhain Municipal Water...

Tree Removal Along Highway 101

  • 05/23/2022
UPDATE: Due to unforeseen circumstances, the project is now scheduled to begin on May 31. ... On Tuesday, May 24th the City will begin removing three unhealthy blue gum eucalyptus trees located within the medians along North Coast Highway 101 between Diana St. and Phoebe St. We understand the community’s concern about losing trees, given their role in sustainability and protecting the environment.  Why d...

Encinitas Blvd. Apartments 6.95 LP Submits an Amended Application for Consideration of a Smaller Project

  • 04/25/2022
UPDATED: The City of Encinitas has reached a settlement of the Encinitas Blvd. Apartments 6.95 LP v. City of Encinitas case. The project applicant has agreed to submit an amended application for a smaller project, which reduces the total number of units from 277 to 250, increases the total number of affordable units from 41 to 50, and removes one story on the portions of the project closest to existing residents. Th...
Leucadia Streetscape Project Update

Leucadia Streetscape Project Update

  • 04/22/2022
Final Asphalt Paving: El Portal Street Roundabout and Southbound Lanes on N. Coast Highway 101 from Marcheta Street to A Street on Thursday, April 28th On Thursday, April 28, the Leucadia Streetscape team will place the final asphalt pavement on the project. During this operation, both northbound and southbound N. Coast Highway 101 traffic from Marcheta Street to A Street will be shifted to the...

Legislative Program Survey

  • 02/14/2022
Please take a few moments to provide feedback regarding the City of Encinitas Legislative Program. Your responses will be included in a subcommittee report to the full City Council on an upcoming agenda, where the Program will be considered for adoption.  Legislative Program Survey

Encinitas Receives Distinguished Budget Presentation Award

  • 01/31/2022
(Chicago, Illinois)--Government Finance Officers Association is pleased to announce that City of Encinitas, California, has received GFOA's Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for its budget.   The award represents a significant achievement by the entity. It reflects the commitment of the governing body and staff to meeting the highest principles of governmental budgeting.  In order to receive the budget a...

Leucadia Streetscape Update and Upcoming Street Closures: Basil Street, Athena Street, North Court and El Portal Street temporarily closed for improvements

  • 01/24/2022
Upcoming Street Closures: Basil Street, Athena Street, North Court and El Portal Street temporarily closed for improvements The following streets intersecting at N. Coast Highway 101 will be temporarily closed one at a time for road improvements and reconstruction. Construction crews will be lowering the roads to match the elevations of the new N. Coast Highway 101 pavement. Access for businesses and residents will be maint...

City of Encinitas Federal Funding Secured For Encinitas-Solana Beach U.S. Army Corp Of Engineers San Diego County Storm Damage Reduction Project

  • 01/22/2022
The Encinitas-Solana Beach Coastal Storm Damage Reduction Project, now referred to as the San Diego County, CA Project, accomplished a major milestone this week. The City received word on Tuesday, January 19th, that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers workplan includes $30.5 million in federal funding for construction of the Project. Encinitas and Solana Beach are partners in this Project, and the State has al...
Encinitas Seeks Nominations for its 2021 Environmental Award Program

Encinitas Seeks Nominations for its 2021 Environmental Award Program

  • 01/19/2022
The City of Encinitas Environmental Commission is proud to announce the opening of nominations for its prestigious Environmental Award Program (EAP), now in its seventh year. The EAP seeks to recognize deserving individuals, businesses, and non-profits for their commitment to environmental stewardship and outstanding environmental achievements in the city. Two Excellence in Environmental Stewardship awards have been historical...
Electric bike share will be launched in Encinitas on January 5th, 2022

Electric bike share will be launched in Encinitas on January 5th, 2022

  • 12/23/2021
BCycle, one of the nation’s largest and longest standing bike share companies, will launch another exclusively electric, docked bike share system in Encinitas, CA, on Wednesday, January 5th, 2022. Launched in partnership with the City of Encinitas, the new system will bring electric bikes to the city designed to take riders further, faster, and with less effort than before. This marks the 36th BCycle system in the United...
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