City Council will consider the new signal at an upcoming meeting
ENCINITAS — Encinitas wants to know what its residents want from the city’s next permanent city manager.
ENCINITAS — The more than 100 banner artworks that line the street lampposts along Coast Highway 101 right around this time each year have come to reflect what it’s like to live here and quite possibly inspire those driving past them. This year, the Arts Alive banner project has also come to inspire a San […]
ENCINITAS — After a year of discord and split votes over the future of the Pacific View Elementary School site, the council moved forward unanimously with the first steps toward developing a temporary use for the property.
ENCINITAS — Residents in Cardiff and Olivenhain could see an uptick in their sewer fees starting in July, as the City Council on Wednesday will weigh whether to start the process of raising rates in those communities.
ENCINITAS — Evie Naples said her older brother is prone to taking 20-minute showers, where 17 minutes of the shower he watches water go down the drain.
ENCINITAS — After a contentious start to another lengthy public hearing last week, the Encinitas City Council emerged with a unanimous vote on three housing maps that will be analyzed as part of the city’s housing element efforts.
ENCINITAS — The deadline has come and gone for incumbent commissioners to re-apply for spots on the city’s council-appointed advisory commissions, and several long-time members are not seeking reappointment.
ENCINITAS — Two groups have stepped forward to draft alternatives to the city’s housing element maps.
ENCINITAS — The results of Encinitas’ much publicized civic engagement efforts for the upcoming Housing Element — which were powered by the controversial online platform eTown Hall — were met with mixed reactions from the residents and the City Council on Tuesday night.