Carlsbad

‘Shoulder season’ and conferences targeted as tourism opportunities

CARLSBAD — Tourists flock to Carlsbad in the summer producing an average hotel occupancy rate of 80 percent from June to August, according to the Strategic Advisory Group, a city-hired hospitality consultant group.

Denial of indoor shooting range in Carlsbad upheld

Denial of indoor shooting range in Carlsbad upheld

CARLSBAD — A sea of people in support of a recreational shooting range packed city chambers Wednesday night to express their support for a gun range in 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.