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The City of Monterey is pleased to announce the start of its annual home repair grant program. The Housing Rehabilitation Program serves low-income homeowners within the City of Monterey, and allows residents to secure grants for repairs to help maintain their most important investment - their home. Eligible homeowners are encouraged to apply early to ensure funds are available, with priority screening beginning in late September.
Want to try something new? How about wrestling! California USA Freestyle Wrestling Coach, Roberto Dixon, will instruct first graders through eighth graders in the fundamentals of this great sport. Participants will learn offensive and defensive wrestling strategies. Sign up now at the Monterey Sports Center. For more information, call 646-3730. NEWS RELEASE IN PDF
On August 14, 2019 at approximately 8:59 a.m. a vehicle versus pedestrian traffic fatality occurred at Madison Street and Pacific Street, Monterey. The Monterey Police Department (MPD) and Monterey Fire Department were on-scene immediately after the accident occurred. Unfortunately, the pedestrian succumbed to injuries at the location of the collision. NEWS RELEASE IN PDF
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 5 and ends Wednesday, September 18. Admission is free to the general public. NEWS RELEASE IN PDF
Car week in Monterey has arrived and the Monterey Police Department (MPD) would like to remind drivers to obey the rules of the road. Last year during car week, the MPD saw an in increase in speed related violations, equipment violations, and truck route violations. In response to community input regarding the problems associated to car week last year, the MPD has increased staffing and will vigorously enforce violations. NEWS RELEASE AND MAP
Also see monterey.org/Portals/0/Newsroom/2019/19_0801-Car-Week-NR.pdf
In partnership with the City of Monterey and other local agencies, the Monterey County Convention and Visitors Bureau created a comprehensive Monterey Car Week packet of resources along with a guide to the events. Monterey Car Week, August 9 – 18, is one of the biggest annual events on the Peninsula. With tens of thousands of visitors expected, traffic and parking will be impacted. Monterey Car Week travel resources are available at monterey.org/carweek to help residents and visitors: NEWS RELEASE
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