Grand Opening of the MCC Grand Opening of the Monterey Conference Center, January 2018

23 October 2018
Youth Basketball for Boys and Girls at the Monterey Sports Center - deadline is November 25 or until full
13:30 28 October 2018
10/23/2018: Great Floating Pumpkin Patch at the Monterey Sports Center, October 28, 2018

10/23/2018: Great Floating Pumpkin Patch at the Monterey Sports Center, October 28, 2018

The Monterey Sports Center and Monterey Recreation are introducing a fun alternative to finding the perfect Halloween pumpkin – with a floating pumpkin patch in the pool. Sunday, October 28th from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. participants can take the plunge, pick a favorite pumpkin, then have fun decorating it.

Pumpkin Patch flier

Export event10/28/2018 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
18 October 2018
10/18/2018: Burglary and Attempted Burglary Arrest

10/18/2018: Burglary and Attempted Burglary Arrest

On October 05, 2018, at approximately 11:50 p.m., a subject was recorded on video surveillance trying to break into a residence in the 900 block of Casanova, Monterey.

10 October 2018
Accessibility Improvements Completed on Colton Hall

Accessibility Improvements Completed on Colton Hall

For the first time in its 169 year history, Colton Hall is accessible to visitors with special needs. The City of Monterey has completed a $353,000 improvement project, which includes a reconstruction of the back stairs and deck, a new stair lift to provide Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) access to the second floor, a new ADA compliant restroom that can accommodate a wheelchair, an access ramp in the rear courtyard, and an adjacent ADA parking area. News Release in PDF

04 October 2018
10/04/2018: Resurfacing of Major Streets Happening Now, Thanks to Measure P

10/04/2018: Resurfacing of Major Streets Happening Now, Thanks to Measure P

Measure P funded road resurfacing work is happening on major streets including Del Monte Avenue, Pacific Street, Camino Aguajito and Camino El Estero. Locals are encouraged to avoid those streets and instead travel across town via Franklin or Pearl, Munras to Abrego, or Figueroa or Sloat during this work. Crews will do their best to minimize traffic impacts by performing some of the work at night and by avoiding peak commute hours as much as possible. Drivers should expect traffic control and use extra caution in construction zones.

Map of Ph 7 slurry

02 October 2018
10/02/2018: Cold Case Project: Khalik Kennedy Homicide Suspect Identified

10/02/2018: Cold Case Project: Khalik Kennedy Homicide Suspect Identified

Formed in 2005, the Peninsula Cold Case Project (PCCP) is a collaboration between local, state and federal law enforcement partners, the Department of Justice, and the Monterey County District Attorney’s Office. The mission of the PCCP is to close unsolved homicides and this regional investigative effort has resulted in a number of homicide case closures including the 1998 abduction and homicide of 13-year-old Christina Williams. Recently PCCP members were honored by the California Peace Officers’ Association with the 2017 Outstanding Cold Case award for their work on the Christina Williams case which resulted in the filing of criminal charges against her killer.


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In accordance to Public Law 107-51, the American flag should be lowered to half-staff on Sunday, October 7 sunrise to sunset. This half-staff is in observance of National Fallen Firefighters Memorial.

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