Highlights: Survey on Pacifica Library Project, Fire Prevention Week, Aquatic Pumpkin Patch, Recruitments for Economic Development and Emergency Preparedness & Safety Commission, Nominations for Mayor's Beautification Awards
Connect With Pacifica This Week

Please pause to take a 3 minute survey about Pacifica Libraries . The City is seeking your input regarding a two-branch operating model in Pacifica -- Sanchez and Sharp Park. At the September 24 th City Council meeting, the Council adopted an innovative two-branch operating model for enhancing services at the Sanchez Library along with a full-service new library at the existing Sharp Park library site. The Sanchez Library is being proposed with an Open Access model and design combined with Community Center Annex space. Public input about this innovative operating model and design is being sought now and into this winter. More details about the libraries project is here .

Please let me know if you have comments or questions, and  thank you  for wanting to  Connect with Pacifica !

City Manager

City News
  • Draft Local Coastal Plan (LCP) Policies related to Sea Level Rise AdaptationThe public comment period for the Draft LCP Policies closes on Monday, October 8th (5:00pm). Please send your comments to sealevelrise@ci.pacifica.ca.us or to Bonny O’Connor, Associate Planner, 170 Santa Maria Avenue, Pacifica, CA 94044. Staff will review and consider the comments received, and prepare responses to comments, prior to preparing the Final Draft LCP Policies. The Final Draft LCP Policies are scheduled to be brought before the Planning Commission on Monday, November 19th and the City Council on Monday, December 10th. Both of these meetings will be held in the Council Chambers (2212 Beach Blvd, Pacifica). For more information, please visit www.cityofpacifica.org/sealevelrise.

  • October 7 - 13 Recognized As Fire Prevention Week - The 2018 Fire Prevention Week theme is, “Look. Listen. Learn. Be aware – fire can happen anywhere™” effectively serves to remind us that we need to take personal steps to increase our safety from fire. In conjunction with Fire Prevention Week, a Fire Service Day Open House will be held at Linda Mar Fire Station on Saturday, October 13 from 10:00am - 2:00pm. Take a fire station tour, see firefighter demonstrations and special equipment displays. There are activities planned for kids and adults. See the Event Flyer for more information and other participating fire stations. For more details on fire prevention resources and information, check out the North County Fire Authority's website.

  • Mayor's Beautification Awards Program Seeks Nominations / Applications for Properties With Superior "Curb Appeal" - The Mayor's Beautification Awards Program, sponsored by City of Pacifica's Beautification Advisory Committee, recognizes “Pride” in Pacifica and encourage the efforts of community members in beautifying and improving homes, buildings, and properties located within Pacifica. Applications / nominations are now being sought for the 5th Annual Mayor's Beautification Award. The deadline to apply is October 10. Eligible projects must be visible from the street to demonstrate “Curb Appeal.” Residential, commercial properties, and mobile homes may all be included.Buildings must be occupied and not for sale during the application / screening process. Remodel or landscape projects must be complete upon submission. Entries will be recognized at a City Council Meeting to be announced. See the Application / Nomination Form for more information.

  • Aquatic Pumpkin Patch on October 13 – Do pumpkins really float? Come and see at the first-of-its-kind Aquatic Pumpkin Patch hosted by City of Pacifica’s Parks, Beaches and Recreation Department at Jean Brink Pool at Oceana High School on Saturday, October 13. A $10 fee covers a parent/child pair, and includes decorating supplies. See the Event Flyer or contact Parks, Beaches and Recreation at 650-738-7381 for more information.

  • Congresswoman Jackie Speier to Speak on Panel on Domestic Violence and Women's Empowerment - The Commonwealth Club will be hosting a panel on Domestic Violence and Women’s Empowerment on Monday October 22 at 6:30pm. Free tickets are being offered to encourage local women to take part in this important discussion. Rep. Jackie Speier will be joined by Former SF Police Commission President Suzy Loftus.Free tickets are located here and a link to the Facebook event can be found here.

  • Spaghetti Feed Fundraiser for Pacifica Senior Services on October 20 - Each October the Pacifica Community Center auditorium is transformed into our own little Italy for a real Italian feast to support Pacifica Senior Services. Dinner includes garden fresh salad, spaghetti with meat or vegetarian sauce, garlic bread, dessert, coffee, tea and cold beverages. Raffle prizes and a silent auction will entertain during dinner. All are welcome regardless of age. Tickets are $15 for general public, $10 Seniors In Action members, and $5 for children 8 and under. Come dine with us at the Pacifica Community Center on October 20 from 4:00pm – 7:00pm. Every penny donated supports Pacifica Senior Services! Click here for more information or purchase dinner tickets here.

  • Ohlone-Portola Trail and Commemoration of a 250-Year AnniversaryThe San Mateo Parks Department is collaborating with County, State, and federal agencies, including Pacifica, as well as tribal representatives, to develop a trail system that will recognize 10,000 years of the Ohlone peoples in San Mateo County and to follow the footsteps of the Portolá expedition into Alta California and the discovery of the San Francisco Bay by the Spanish. Please consider following this link and taking a survey to assess public interest in the Trail and getting involved in events recognizing the 250th anniversary of the Portola Expedition.

  • Fog Jog 2018 Results - The Fog Jog is Pacifica’s race that occurs in conjunction with Fog Fest weekend; it includes a 5-mile race or a 3-mile stride for different age brackets. Thank you to all of our 2018 Fog Jog runners and those cheering them on. Click here for a summary of the results from this year's race.

  • Vote By Mail Ballots Will Be Mailed Beginning October 9 - Watch your mailbox for vote by mail ballots to begin arriving next week for the November 6, 2018 election. San Mateo County has implemented the California Voter's Choice Act, which changes the traditional polling place election model to an All-Mailed Ballot/Vote Center model with ballot drop-off locations to expand accessibility and voting opportunities for all voters. Simply mail in your ballot in the envelope provided or drop off your ballot in one of the drop-off locations or vote centers. A ballot box will be available at Pacifica City Hall beginning October 9.
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Save The Date
  • October 8 - City Council Meeting 7:00pm at City Council Chambers, 2212 Beach Blvd. See the Agenda for more information.

  • October 9 - Economic Development Committee Meeting 6:00pm at Pacifica Police Department, 2075 Coast Highway, Pacifica. See the Agenda for more information.

  • October 10 - Library Advisory Committee Meeting 6:30pm at Sanchez Library, 1111 Terra Nova Blvd., Pacifica. See the Agenda for more information.

  • October 10 - Mayor's Beautification Award Nomination Deadline. See the Nomination Form and City News section above for more information.

  • October 12 - Application Deadline for Economic Development Committee and Emergency Preparedness & Safety Commission recruitment. See the City News section above for more information.

  • October 13 - Linda Mar Fire Station Open House 10:00am - 2:00pm at Linda Mar Fire Station. See the Event Flyer for more information.

  • October 13 - Aquatic Pumpkin Patch 3:30 - 5:30pm at Jean Brink Pool. See the Event Flyer or City News section above for more information.

  • Upcoming City Meetings – For information about upcoming City meetings, visit the City of Pacifica website at www.cityofpacifica.org and check the Calendar for City Council Meetings and Other City Meetings at the bottom of the page. 
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