On May 03, 2019 at approximately 2:30 p.m., Monterey Police Officers were dispatched to a report of a male subject who had approached a female adult and asked her to have sex with him in the area of Montecito Avenue and Dela Vina Avenue, Monterey. When she told him no, he began following her through a nearby apartment complex. Good Samaritans in the area helped by walking the victim home and the suspect left the area.
Effective May 1st through June 30th, 20% off 3-Month Memberships and the 10-Visit Admission Pass for all students! Student ID is required with purchase. NEWS RELEASE IN PDF
Some of Monterey’s most traveled streets will be resurfaced from Tuesday, April 23 to Saturday, April 27 thanks to Measure P funds. Streets will include Del Monte Avenue, Pacific Street, Camino El Estero and Camino Aguajito. NEWS RELEASE IN PDF
MULTI-DISCIPLINARY OUTREACH TEAM (MDOT) FOCUSES ON LOCAL HOMELESS ISSUES AND RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE IMPACTS
Joint Press Conference, 11:00 AM, Wednesday, April 24, 2019
WHO: The Monterey Police Department and City of Monterey, Monterey County District Attorney’s Office, Monterey County Adult Protective Services, Montage Health/Community Health Innovations, Monterey County Behavioral Health, and the local YWCA.
WHAT: Partnering agencies will hold a joint press conference to introduce a new Multi-Disciplinary Outreach Team (MDOT). MDOT evolved from both the Homeless Exchange and a City Liaison group, led by the Monterey Police Department.
WHERE: The steps of Colton Hall Lawn at Monterey City Hall, 580 Pacific Street, Monterey, California, 93940
WHEN: 11:00 a.m., Wednesday, April 24, 2019
WHY: To introduce this new collaborative resource that provides broad expertise to address prevalent issues affecting the community, including homelessness, quality of life complaints, domestic violence, substance abuse, and associated chronic health life-style issues. These collaborations have developed strong connections that have resulted in team problem solving efforts that include input and ideas to creative and long-lasting solutions.
Individual interview opportunities as well as success story handouts will be available after the press conference.
The City of Monterey is looking for community input on the social services that are available for vulnerable communities citywide.
The City’s Housing Programs Office is currently studying the ways that people connect with social services, which services are most helpful, and which community needs are experiencing a gap in services. This is part of a larger Vulnerable Communities Needs Analysis that began in early 2018. The study will help inform the City’s strategy for providing services to members of the community who qualify as part of a vulnerable group, which includes low-income residents, single parent households, disabled persons, seniors, and the homeless.
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