4th of July Press Conference
The City of Monterey and the Middlebury Institute of International Studies (MIIS) co-host an evening focused on regional community capital, titled “Local Investment, Resilient Economies.” The event features an interactive panel presentation of experts including author and journalist Amy Cortese, noted economist Marco Vangelisti, and founder of Hatch Innovation and ComCapConferences, Amy Pearl. RSVP at www.localinvestment.eventbrite.com
The City of Monterey will hold a workshop on housing issues on Wednesday, August 31st from 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. at the Monterey Youth Center, 777 Pearl Street.
Media Advisory in PDF | Flyer
Monterey, CA. – Monterey Car Week is August 15 – 21; related traffic arrives as early as August 8. This major local event attracts tens of thousands of additional visitors to the Monterey Peninsula and the City of Monterey. Anyone who lives, works, visits, or goes to school in Monterey should be prepared for traffic delays and detours during Car Week. Taking alternate routes to get around town and to access car events, parking farther away and walking, and using the free MST trolley between downtown and Cannery Row are a few strategies for minimizing traffic delays during Car Week.
The City of Monterey, California has won Sister Cities International’s (SCI) 2016 Economic Development Award
Come to Monterey and Enjoy a Full Day of July 4th Festivities!
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