Bicycle Safety - Sharrows

Bicycle Safety - Sharrows

  • 04/15/2021
A sharrow is a road marking indicating the road is to be shared by bicycles & vehicles. When you see sharrows, slow down and share the road! Tips for bicyclists: Avoid the door zone of parked cars and always obey traffic signals and other rules of the road. Tips for drivers: Bicyclists may be riding in the middle of the lane to avoid the door zone. Remember the 3 feet law and only pass a bicyclist when there is at le...

Encinitas Virtual Earth Week Celebration

  • 04/15/2021
The City of Encinitas, in partnership with EcoFest Encinitas, will present a Virtual Earth Week Celebration next week beginning Monday, April 19 through Saturday, April 24, 2021. The celebration will include a series of short informative videos and trivia questions each weekday at noon on the City's Facebook page, and include opportunities to earn raffle prizes. The main event will take place on Saturday, April 24, 2021 fr...

Marcheta Street Stop Sign Removal Planned for Leucadia Streetscape Improvements

  • 04/13/2021
The planned removal of stop signs at Marcheta Street and North Coast Highway 101 is scheduled to take place on April 30, 2021 as part of Leucadia Streetscape construction. This will improve long-term traffic flow on North Coast Highway 101. This stretch is currently experiencing delays due to the construction related traffic control shift in place now.   The stop sign removal is a planned element of ongoing Leucadia...

Construction of the Olivenhain Trunk Sewer Improvements Project Begins

  • 04/12/2021
In Spring 2021, the City of Encinitas began construction of Phase 1 of the Olivenhain Trunk Sewer Improvement Project. The $8 million project, which will make improvements to existing sewer pipelines and manholes, is funded by the Cardiff Sanitation District. The improvements will extend between I-5 and Lone Jack Road along Manchester Avenue and Escondido Creek. Phase 1 will complete improvements within the City of Encini...

Commercial Evictions Extended Through June 30, 2021

  • 03/31/2021
State of California Extends Eviction Moratorium for Commercial Businesses When the State Eviction Moratorium was extended through to June 30, 2021, the City’s commercial eviction moratorium was extended automatically. The eviction moratorium provides protections for businesses where the effects of the pandemic have created losses in revenue due to mandatory closures or reductions in operation. Unpaid rents are still due ...

Encinitas City Council Approves Funding for El Camino Real Specific Plan

  • 03/25/2021
At their meeting on March 24, the Encinitas City Council voted 5-0 to approve $315,000 in additional funding for the development of the El Camino Real Specific Plan. The City received $300,000 in Local Early Action Plan (LEAP) funding from California Housing and Community Development Department for this project in November 2020.  The El Camino Real Specific Plan will reimagine possible future development within the El Cam...
Bicycle Safety - Helmets

Bicycle Safety - Helmets

  • 03/18/2021
To prevent injury, it’s always a good idea to wear a properly fitted helmet that is in good condition when riding your bike.  For youth, age 17 and under bike helmet usage is the law in California. Here are some tips: The helmet needs to fit squarely on the head, with the front of the helmet low on the brow. The side straps should be fastened securely just below and forward of the ear, avoiding slack when th...
Eggcinitas Eggstravaganza

Eggcinitas Eggstravaganza

  • 03/17/2021
The City of Encinitas is inviting residents to support the city’s local business community by participating in the first-ever “Eggcinitas Eggstravaganza” taking place Friday, April 2nd through Sunday, April 4th. This is a substitution for the city’s annual Egg Hunt, which was cancelled this year due to COVID-19. The Eggcinitas Eggstravaganza is presented by the city’s Parks, Recreation, and Cul...

North County Rain Barrel Event

  • 03/16/2021
April showers bring summer flowers when you purchase and install a discounted rain barrel to allow you to gather the rain! Thanks to the Oivenhain Municipal, Carlsbad Municipal, and San Dieguito water districts, and Santa Fe Irrigation District, the price per rain barrel can be as low as $55. Follow the link to order yours before April 15th: #rainbarrel #rain #rainwaterharvesti...

Encinitas Firefighters Administer Vaccines through Operation Collaboration

  • 03/12/2021
Left: Charlene Seidele, Executive Vice President of the Leichtag Foundation with an Encinitas and Carlsbad firefighters. Right: An Encinitas firefighter preparing to give a vaccine. ENCINITAS, CA - The Encinitas Fire Department personnel have played a key role in helping to vaccinate more than 29,000 county residents against COVID-19 over the past 3 months as part of “Operation Collaboration.”  Through Oper...
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