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18 September 2017
09/18/2017: Gang Members Arrested

09/18/2017: Gang Members Arrested

For the past several months, the Peninsula Regional Violence and Narcotics Team (PRVNT) has conducted an investigation into members of a suspected street gang operating on the Monterey Peninsula. As a result of this investigation, search warrants and arrests warrants were obtained for multiple persons in Monterey County. On 9/18/17, members of the Monterey County Sheriff’s Office SWAT Team, Salinas Police Department Violence Suppression Unit (VSU), Monterey Peninsula Regional Special Response Unit (SRU), California Highway Patrol, Marina Police Department, Seaside Police Department, Monterey Police Department, and PRVNT served warrants at locations in Salinas, Seaside, and Marina.

 

18 September 2017
09/12/2017: Sports Camp Plus, October 2 - 6

09/12/2017: Sports Camp Plus, October 2 - 6

At Sports Camp Plus the emphasis is on fun and sportsmanship. With over thirty activities scheduled during the week campers in grades second through seventh will participate in a variety of sports such as basketball, football, soccer, floor hockey, swimming and more. Sign up now at the Monterey Sports Center. For further information call 646-3439.

12 September 2017
09/12/2017: Advertising of Short Term Residential Rentals Prohibited in Monterey Neighborhoods - Notices and potential fines begin October 1, 2017

09/12/2017: Advertising of Short Term Residential Rentals Prohibited in Monterey Neighborhoods - Notices and potential fines begin October 1, 2017

Residential property owners are not allowed to advertise short-term rentals in the City of Monterey's residential zoning districts. The Monterey City Code (MCC), Section § 22-19.5 "Advertisement of short-term rentals" ordinance was passed by the Monterey City Council in April 2017.

28 August 2017
08/26/2017: Zumbini

08/26/2017: Zumbini

The Zumbini program combines music, dance and educational tools for 45 minutes of bonding, learning and fun! Zumbini classes always include a parent or legal guardian for each child. After registering, please contact Group Exercise Coordinator, Lauri Ataide at 646-3739 or ataide@monterey.org for instructions on how to purchase the $35 Zumbini class bundle needed for class (includes songbook/lyrics for class songs and a plush doll modeled after the main character). All other class instruments/equipment will be provided.

10:00 23 September 2017
08/17/2017: Kids Flea Market, September 23, 2017

08/17/2017: Kids Flea Market, September 23, 2017

Young entrepreneurs, ages 6-17 years, will be selling their used toys, games, clothes, and other items at great prices! Booth space goes quickly and is limited so sign up early. Children vendors under 12 must be supervised by an adult. Booth registration begins Monday, August 14 and ends Wednesday, September 20. Admission is free to the general public.

Export event9/23/2017 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
17 August 2017
08/17/2017: Musicians Wanted

08/17/2017: Musicians Wanted

The Monterey Community Band welcome’s all musicians that can read music well, provide their own band instrument and can commit to making rehearsals and performances. The new season begins Monday, September 11, 2017. Rehearsals are held on Monday evenings at the Monterey High School Music Room. Down Beat is at 6:45 p.m. Band Director is Kristen Thompson. The band performs at two concerts yearly and community events as well.

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