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    Fatal injury traffic collision, 2700 Faraday Ave.

    On March 30, 2023, at 6:49 a.m., the City of Carlsbad Police Department responded to the 2700 block of Faraday Avenue regarding a traffic collision involving three vehicles.

    03/30/2023 12:45 PM

  • City Manager’s Update, March 30, 2023

    It’s a good time to be a sports fan, with today’s Padres home-opener and this Saturday’s NCAA Final Four, featuring the San Diego State Aztecs for the first time ever. Please drive safely if you’re headed to see the action in person. Here’s what I’ve got to share this week:


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    Several downtown streets to close for Carlsbad 5000

    If you plan to visit downtown Carlsbad or the beach this weekend, be aware that several streets will be closed Saturday and Sunday for the Carlsbad 5000 race and events.


  • Arbor Day

    Earth Month events in April

    Join the City of Carlsbad to celebrate Earth Month at events and activities in April that showcase our community’s commitment to sustainability and the environment.

    03/28/2023 9:01 AM

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    Serious injury traffic collision, 6100 Aviara Parkway

    On March 24, 2023, at 1:51 p.m., the City of Carlsbad Police Department responded to the 6100 block of Aviara Parkway regarding a vehicle that had struck a bicyclist and fled the scene.

    03/26/2023 9:35 AM

  • Cars and bike lane

    Traffic emergency extended

    On Tuesday, March 21, the Carlsbad City Council received an update on the city’s response to the local traffic safety emergency, including the latest data on injury collisions. By law, cities that declare a local emergency must revisit the situation at least every 60 days.

    03/24/2023 5:20 PM

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    Housing plan update

    The City of Carlsbad is on track to complete all the steps identified in its state-approved plan to increase access to affordable housing in the city over the next eight years.


  • City Hall exterior

    Police-Community Engagement Commission

    On Tuesday, the Carlsbad City Council appointed five residents to serve on the city’s new Community-Police Engagement Commission. The goal of the commission is to help strengthen and maintain an excellent relationship between the Carlsbad Police Department and the community.


  • City Manager’s Update, March 23, 2023

    Two issues important to our community are front and center this week: keeping our community safe and making housing more affordable. I’ll share the latest on both along with these updates in today’s issue:


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    Libby replacing Overdrive reading app

    The legacy OverDrive app will be discontinued as of May 1, 2023, so users will need to switch to Libby, OverDrive’s newer reading app.

    03/21/2023 2:55 PM

  • Leak detection

    Finding water leaks

    World Water Day on March 22 is the perfect time to appreciate the value of our most precious resource – water – and think about small ways we can help conserve.

    03/21/2023 2:53 PM

  • usa today readers choice

    TGIF nominated for Best Outdoor Concert Series

    The city's summer concert series is nominated for USA TODAY 10Best’s 2023 Readers' Choice Awards and voting is now open.

    03/20/2023 2:30 PM

  • Police car lights

    Fatal traffic collision, Palomar Airport Road at S/B I-5 on-ramp

    On March 15, 2023, at 7:23 p.m., the City of Carlsbad Police Department responded to the intersection of Palomar Airport Road at the S/B I-5 on-ramp regarding a female lying in the roadway.

    03/17/2023 2:16 PM

  • Police traffic unit

    The Police Department encourages safe St. Patrick’s Day celebrations

    This St. Patrick’s Day, the City of Carlsbad Police Department will be on alert for suspected impaired drivers and would like to remind the community to celebrate the holiday responsibly.

    03/17/2023 11:19 AM

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    Committee studying growth finalizing draft report

    A resident-led committee created is finalizing a draft report that identifies issues and standards that will help ensure Carlsbad retains an excellent quality of life as it continues to grow.


  • City Manager’s Update, March 16, 2023

    Monday is the first day of spring, which thanks to all the rain will be greener than usual here in Carlsbad, with plenty of wildflowers in bloom. To put the recent rains in perspective, the last storm alone is reported to have dropped 2.68 inches, almost double what we normally see the entire month


  • summer csg newsroom

    Summer camp registration now open!

    Summer camps run from June 12 through Aug. 18 for kids ages 3 to 16. This year we’re offering a variety of camp themes including art, science and exploration, sports and traditional day camps.

    03/15/2023 5:16 PM

  • Cars and bike lane

    Avenida Encinas improvements approved

    On Tuesday, the City Council approved plans for Avenida Encinas, between the Poinsettia Regional Transit Station to Carlsbad Boulevard, that will safely accommodate all modes of travel and improve access and connectivity as part of the Coastal Rail Trail, a 44-mile regional bikeway that is planned

    03/15/2023 1:52 PM

  • Biking news

    Hands-on bike safety classes

    The City of Carlsbad, in partnership with the San Diego County Bicycle Coalition, is hosting a series of traffic safety workshops and trainings. The next ones are focused on safe bike and e-biking riding.

    03/15/2023 1:43 PM

  • City Hall seal

    Parks & Recreation Commission vacancy

    The Parks & Recreation Commission has one unscheduled vacancy. Applications to apply must be received to the Clerks office by April 7, 2023 by noon.


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