Local update on COVID-19 & more
April 16, 2021
Fun Fact Friday - Measure S Fixing Streets
Did you know? Within Monterey city limits are over 100 miles of streets equaling a total square foot area of 16,565,993! In this December 2020 presentation to Council, you can see maps showing anticipated streets to be completed by December 2021. The maps are posted at New schedules for Measure S Citywide Road Rehabilitation Phase 1, and Citywide Sidewalk Work Phase 5 are also available on the same page.
The Covid-19 pandemic has been really tough. But by keeping masks on and getting the Covid-19 vaccine, we will get back to all the things we love to do very soon. So #SleevesUpMonterey! Thank you, Monterey Police Services Assistant Cierra! Your hard work makes Monterey a better place!

Download the digital "I got my Covid-19 vaccine!" button at and share on social media! And please remember NOT to share your vaccination card - it has personal information you don't want shareable.
Laguna Grande Regional Joint Powers Agency Special Meeting, Wednesday, April 21, 2021
A Laguna Grande Regional Joint Powers Agency (JPA) Special Meeting is scheduled on Wednesday, April 21, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. The JPA is made up of Board Members: City of Seaside Mayor Pro Tem Dave Pacheco, Monterey Peninsula Regional Park District Board Member Kevin Raskoff, and City of Monterey Mayor Clyde Roberson.
Read the news release for meeting details and background of the JPA.
Accepting applications for various Boards & Commissions - Monterey residents, apply now!
Serving on a Board or Commission is a great way to get involved in what makes Monterey a great place to live. The City of Monterey is now accepting applications for the following:
  • Measure P & S Oversight Committee (one new vacancy)
  • Architectural Review Committee
  • Planning Commission
and is still accepting applications for the following:
•   Disabled Access Appeals Board
•   Neighborhood and Community Improvement Program (NCIP) Committee (for the position of alternate for the following neighborhoods: Aguajito Oaks, Alta Mesa, Deer Flats, and Del Monte Beach)

If you are a resident of the City of Monterey and are interested in these volunteer positions, you are encouraged to apply. Position descriptions are noted on the application, available online at

Applications will be accepted until the end of day Monday, May 17, 2021 for the Architectural Review Committee, Planning Commission, and Measure P & S Oversight Committee, and on a rolling basis until seats are filled for the Disabled Access Appeals Board and NCIP Committee.
Commercial Cannabis Retail Zones Update
The video recording and supporting documents from the City of Monterey's Cannabis Retail Zones meeting on Tuesday, April 13, 2021 are now available on the Have Your Say Monterey portal and include:

Missed the Resident Parking Program Community Meeting?
If you missed the April 14 community meeting about changes to the Resident Parking Program you can listen to the audio recording and see the presentation - both links are posted at as well.
Today is National Clean Out Your Medicine Cabinet Day
The day aims to raise awareness and effectively rid homes of unused or expired prescription and over-the-counter medications sitting in medicine cabinets, nightstands, or kitchen cabinets that have the potential for misuse or abuse by family members, friends or visitors.

The public may safely and anonymously dispose of unused/expired prescription or over-the-counter medication through the City's Prescription Drug Drop Box Program at the Monterey Police Department. No needles, syringes or liquids are accepted.

While the Monterey Police Department front lobby is still closed due to the pandemic, people can use the call box and a records clerk on-duty will be able to assist with retrieving the prescription drugs. The items need to be in a bottle with a prescription label that has a name of the prescriber and the name of the drug. If the drugs are loose or in an unlabeled container, they can be dropped off at CHOMP or the Pacific Grove Police Department drop off location.

The drop off box is located in the lobby of the Monterey Police Department at 351 Madison Street.
Vaccination 4-1-1 - #SleevesUpMonterey
VACCINATION LOCATIONS WITH APPOINTMENT DATES AND TIMES UPDATED REGULARLY: Refer to the Monterey County Health Dept (MCHD) vaccine appointments web page for the latest information -
(We use this MCHD page to populate the list below.)

Vaccine clinics hosted by CHOMP -

Vaccine clinics hosted by Safeway Pharmacy

COVID-19 Numbers for 93940
Here are the latest numbers from CHOMP for today:
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Wearing masks is a proven method to stop the spread of COVID-19. Let's get our economy reopened - wear a mask and please get vaccinated.