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    What's open, what's closed on Memorial Day

    City offices in Carlsbad will be closed on Monday, May 27, in observance of Memorial Day. A full holiday schedule for city services is listed below:

  • Lake Calavera Trail

    Temporary trail closure

    Sections of the Lake Loop Trail on the south side of Lake Calavera will be closed May 20 through early summer.

  • Arbor Day

    Celebrating Arbor Day

    For 20 years in a row, the City of Carlsbad has been named a Tree City by the National Arbor Day Foundation.

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    Volunteer tree-planting event

    Help keep Carlsbad green at tree-planting event Saturday

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    Public art meeting

    Last year, we received input from veterans and others on the vision for the public art that will be featured on the upper plateau at Veterans Memorial Park. After issuing a national Call for Artists Qualifications to recruit potential artists or artist teams for the project, the city received 35 qua

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    Step back in time: Carlsbad's Hot Rods & Cool Treats carnival returns

    Grab the whole family and come on out for some good old-fashioned fun at the Hot Rods & Cool Treats Carnival on Saturday, May 11.

  • Earth Month events 2024

    Earth Month events

    Celebrate sustainability at events in April.

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    Ahoy Mateys! Join us for the City of Carlsbad’s annual Pirate Plunge

    Enjoy pirate-themed pool activities and games during the City of Carlsbad’s Pirate Plunge event on Saturday, April 27 at Alga Norte Aquatic Center from 5 to 8 p.m.

  • LCR Fiesta (resized)

    Join us for a night under the stars at Leo Carrillo Ranch

    Enjoy the warm spirit of hospitality that Leo Carrillo made famous at his ranch at Fiesta at the Rancho on Saturday, May 11 at 5:30 p.m.

  • Eggstravaganza

    Carlsbad’s largest egg hunt is back!

    Join us for the City of Carlsbad’s EGGstravaganza event on Saturday, March 30 at Poinsettia Community Park.

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    Summer camp registration is coming

    Registration opens on March 13 for summer camps and programs.

  • Seniors at Community Connections

    New program creates social connections

    Senior center volunteer Kim Shea saw a need in our community to help older residents connect and form new friendships, something that can be harder to do as you get older.

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    New pickleball courts coming

    Just three and a half months after approving an updated Parks & Recreation Department master plan that showed the increasing popularity of pickleball in Carlsbad, the City Council has approved locations for the design and construction of eight new outdoor courts.

  • CSG spring

    Sign up for Carlsbad’s classes and spring break camps

    Registration is now open for spring camps and classes.

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    Robertson Ranch Park designs

    The City of Carlsbad is asking the community to weigh in on three potential design concepts for Robertson Ranch Park, the city’s newest park, planned for the corner of Cannon Road and El Camino Real.

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    New pickleball court options

    Carlsbad residents who enjoy the nation’s fastest growing sport can weigh in on locations for new pickleball courts at two upcoming public meetings.

  • East Ridgeline Trail

    Trail of the week: East Ridgeline Trail

    If you’re looking for a challenge, our featured trail this week is a rugged one that’s sure to get your heart rate up.

  • Hubbs Trail

    Trail of the week: North Shore Hubbs Trail

    Most locals have plenty of experience walking along the sea wall – it’s one of the most popular spots in all of Carlsbad. A nearby 1-mile roundtrip trek along the north shore of the Agua Hedionda Lagoon, however, could easily be overlooked.

  • Sea wall news

    Trail of the week: Sea Wall Trail

    Being close to the beach is one of the main reasons people love living in Carlsbad, and since the late 1980s, thousands come every day to walk on the Carlsbad Sea Wall. By “Sea Wall,” I mean what most people refer to as the “lower sea wall,” the serpentine path along the sand between Pine

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    School field holiday hours

    The following school fields will be temporarily closed so the Carlsbad Unified School District can complete maintenance and improvement projects during the winter break:

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