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02 September 2016
09/02/2016: Improved Streets & ADA Ramps Coming to Monterey Neighborhoods

09/02/2016: Improved Streets & ADA Ramps Coming to Monterey Neighborhoods

Starting September 12, the City of Monterey will construct ADA ramps and improve streets in the Villa Del Monte, Old Town, Monterey Vista and Skyline Forest neighborhoods. Media Advisory in PDF

02 September 2016
09/02/2016: Sidewalk Work at 600 Block of Taylor Street - Parking and Traffic Impacts

09/02/2016: Sidewalk Work at 600 Block of Taylor Street - Parking and Traffic Impacts

Monterey, CA. – Sidewalk work at the 600 block of Taylor Street will begin Tuesday, September 6 and last up to two weeks. This Neighborhood Improvement Program (NIP) project will replace damaged asphalt, improve drainage, and create a new walking path. MEDIA ADVISORY in PDF

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.

18 August 2016
Fishing Community Sustainability Plan Public Review Draft, September 2013

Fishing Community Sustainability Plan Public Review Draft, September 2013

In mid 2012, the Cities of Monterey and Morro Bay were awarded a National Fish and Wildlife Foundation grant to develop Community Sustainability Plans (CSP), one for each City. Community Sustainability Plans are cited in the Magnuson Stevens Act (MSA) as one potential method to avoid negative impacts in small fishing communities of the newly instated catch share program.

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