Connect With Pacifica This Week

We hope that you are enjoying our Pacifica summer! Keeping with the summer theme, we have released a draft of Pacifica’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan for public comment at; please give us your thoughts. The City is not the only entity looking for your input. Regarding wildfire safety, PG&E is hosting an open house in Half Moon Bay next week to share information about their Community Wildfire Safety Program. In recognition of California’s housing issues, the State Department of Housing and Community Development released a survey asking Californians to share their opinions on housing and community needs and challenges within their neighborhoods. See below for more information on these items. Your input is important.

The next City Council meeting is scheduled for Monday, August 12, 2019, 7 PM, Council Chambers, 2212 Beach Blvd.

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

Assistant City Manager
Now's Your Chance to Shape
Pacifica’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan
You can now view and make comments on Pacifica’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Master on the project website, Check out the website, use the interactive input map to view the details on the draft recommendations, “Like” or “Dislike” certain recommendations, and offer comments on the proposed network of bicycle and pedestrian improvements. The website will be open throughout the summer and will close for public comments on September 4, 2019. The Pacifica Public Works Department values your input and appreciates everyone’s participation during this process. Lend your voice to Pacifica’s future!
PG&E is Holding a Wildfire Safety Open House
It’s Spare the Air Season:
Plan for Your Commute & Reduce Air Pollution
Warmer temperatures are here and so is the Spare the Air campaign. The Spare the Air program reminds people that fewer cars on the road can mean fewer smoggy days, and fewer Spare the Air Alerts. Take time to consider alternatives to driving alone. Poor air quality in the Bay Area affects everyone, but there is a higher risk for children, pregnant women, the elderly and those with respiratory problems, such as asthma or bronchitis.

By working to ensure everyone has the knowledge and tools they need to make the biggest difference possible, we can reduce air pollution – and Spare the Air Alerts.

Below are some ways to make a difference and plan ahead:
  • Carpool to work. If telecommuting isn’t an option, think about sharing a ride to work. Carpooling can significantly reduce air pollution and traffic.
  • Work from home. Ask your employer about telecommuting
  • Take public transit – plan now and check out the schedules in your area. Visit or to see routes and plan your trip.
For more information, visit or follow Spare the Air on Facebook, on Twitter @SpareTheAir and on Instagram @sparetheair. 

California's Department of Housing Asks Californians
Share Their Thoughts
Housing Needs and Challenges in Their Communities
The State Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) released a  survey asking for Californians - from renters, homeowners, and people experiencing homelessness to developers, real-estate professionals, elected officials, and people living in rural communities - to share their opinions on housing and community needs and challenges within their neighborhoods.

Californians interested in housing and community issues, particularly in rural areas, are encouraged to complete  this survey ( hacer la encuesta en español) by October 1, 2019.

NCFA presents Basic First Aid Training
NCFA presents CPR & AED Training
San Mateo County Transit Authority Survey
San Mateo County Transportation Authority is asking for YOUR INPUT on how to allocate funding. Help frame transportation funding in Pacifica for the coming years by taking this survey!

In 2018, voters approved Measure W, a half-cent sales tax for transportation in San Mateo County. San Mateo County Transportation Authority will manage 50% of the measure. Currently, the agency is determining how to best evaluate projects so that those of greatest merit are priorities for future funding. You can learn more about the project here.
Shopping Assistance for Seniors Homebound (SASH)
Our SASH Program is available for seniors who, due to limited mobility, cannot shop for themselves and do not have anyone to shop for them. A SASH volunteer will pick up your shopping list and money to purchase items and return with your receipt and groceries.

Pacifica Senior Services is currently looking for SASH volunteers. For more information, please call Karen Parque, Information and Referral Coordinator 650-738-7353
College Campus Fire Safety

Know someone going to college in the fall?
Here are some important safety tips from North County Fire Authority.
Pacifica is Hiring!!
The City is now hiring for the following positions. Job descriptions and applications can be found at the City of Pacifica’s CalOpps site.

  • Maintenance Aide
  • Child Care Aide/Child Care Associate Teacher
  • Police Officer - Lateral, Academy Graduate or Student
  • Senior Services Bus/Van Driver - Part-Time
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Jul 28 – Presentation and Craft Workshop 2-3:30 pm at Sanchez Art Center, 1220 Linda Mar Blvd # B

Aug 1 – PG&E Wildfire Safety Open House 6:00pm at Mavericks Event Center | 107 Broadway Ave, Half Moon Bay, CA

Aug 25 – First Aid Class 9:00-12:30 pm at Station 81 Training Room – 3445 Bayshore Blvd, Brisbane, CA

Aug 25 – CPR & AED Training 1:30-5:00 pm at Station 81 Training Room – 3445 Bayshore Blvd, Brisbane, CA

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

Recent City of Pacifica and Pacifica Police Department press releases are available on the City of Pacifica website under City Government - Press Releases & Media Bulletins .

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