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31 August 2016
Take the Housing Opportunities Survey!

Take the Housing Opportunities Survey!

The City of Monterey would like your input on short-term rentals, second units, adaptive reuse of existing hotels/motels, and the unbundling of parking costs for new residential development in within the City.  Please take a few moments to share your thoughts and opinions by taking the short survey below.

Housing Opportunities Survey in PDF

To take the survey:

  1. Open and save the Housing Opportunities Survey PDF
  2. Complete the filable survey fields
  3. Save the completed survey as a PDF and email it to Elizabeth Caraker, Principal Planner, at caraker@monterey.org

Or, print the survey and mail it to:

Elizabeth Caraker
City of Monterey Planning Office
580 Pacific Street
Monterey, CA 93940

Your input is important!

31 August 2016
City Offices Closed Labor Day, Monday, Sep. 5 and Admissions Day, Friday, Sep. 9

City Offices Closed Labor Day, Monday, Sep. 5 and Admissions Day, Friday, Sep. 9

City offices will be closed on Monday, September 5 for Labor Day and Friday, September 9 for Admissions Day. In an emergency, please call 911. For non-emergencies, call 646-3914.

30 August 2016
08/30/2016: Robbery in Seaside

08/30/2016: Robbery in Seaside

On 8/25/2016 at approximately 12:58 p.m., a robbery occurred at the Cash ‘N Go located at 1171 Fremont Blvd. in the City of Seaside. News Release in PDF 

29 August 2016
08/29/2016: Strong Local Economy Spurs Building Surge

08/29/2016: Strong Local Economy Spurs Building Surge

The local economy is strong and Monterey’s building surge is evidence of that. Both private and public construction projects and infrastructure improvements are happening everywhere. Almost every major sector of the urban landscape, both neighborhoods and business districts, is part of a current or upcoming project.

26 August 2016
Part Time Fire Inspector Job Opportunity
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