Carlsbad

Carlsbad Boulevard Realignment Program forges ahead

Carlsbad Boulevard Realignment Program forges ahead

CARLSBAD — With over 6.6 miles of ocean views, Carlsbad Boulevard is popular with commuters, pedestrians, cyclists and tourists.

More condos approved in Village

More condos approved in Village

CARLSBAD — The City Council approved the demolition of a single-family home on 735 Laguna Dr. to build five three-story condominiums at a meeting Tuesday night.

Signaling a path to safety

Signaling a path to safety

Traffic commission recommends more flashing pedestrian signs

Carlsbad Police Department targeting drunken driving

CARLSBAD — The Carlsbad Police Department launched a campaign on Jan. 1 to reduce drunken driving in the city.

Pacific Ridge opens two new buildings

Pacific Ridge opens two new buildings

CARLSBAD — “Art isn’t easy,” sang the students at Pacific Ridge School, and neither is building a school.

Efficient water meters installed in 29,000 Carlsbad homes

Efficient water meters installed in 29,000 Carlsbad homes

CARLSBAD — The Carlsbad Municipal Water District has just increased its efficiency by replacing customers’ water meters.

Carlsbad ‘steps into 21st century’ with four-story mixed-use building

Carlsbad ‘steps into 21st century’ with four-story mixed-use building

CARLSBAD— City Council unanimously approved the demolition of seven homes on the corner of State Street and Oak Avenue to make way for a four-story mixed-use building.

Carlsbad has lots of projects underway in 2015 and beyond

CARLSBAD — Over the next 15 years, city officials plan to spend $496 million on 258 new and continuing projects in the city, according to Public Works Director Patrick Thomas.

Team launches challenge to end homelessness

REGION — North County inland cities and nonprofits are banning together through Alliance for Regional Solutions to share data and resources to end area homelessness.

Carlsbad residents give city high marks

Carlsbad residents give city high marks

CARLSBAD — Carlsbad residents are generally pleased with the city, according to a report by BW Research Partnership, Inc., a Carlsbad-based consulting firm.