Encinitas

Reporter: Wehtahnah Tucker


Email: wtucker@coastnewsgroup.com

Contact Info:

City Hall
505 S. Vulcan Ave., Encinitas, CA 92024-3633

Encinitas Sheriff’s Station
175 N El Camino Real, Encinitas, CA 92024-3633
760-966-3500

Graffiti Hotline
760-633-2751

Public Works
760-633-2840

Encinitas Fire and Marine Safety
505 S. Vulcan Ave., Encinitas, CA 92024
Fire Prevention: (760) 633-2820
Marine Safety: (760) 633-2800

Encinitas a snobby city? Article says so

Encinitas a snobby city? Article says so

ENCINITAS — Encinitas has been called many things, from a beach town to a surfer’s paradise. But, snobby? According to a recent article on Movoto.com, yes. The quirky real-estate blog named Encinitas No. 8 on its list of the “Ten Snobbiest Small Cities in America,” a list that includes such upper-crust communities like Palo Alto, […]

Gaspar announces run for mayor

ENCINITAS — After months of speculation, Encinitas Councilwoman Kristin Gaspar announced she would indeed run for mayor, setting up a potential battle between she and council colleague Tony Kranz. Encinitas voters will elect the city’s first elected mayor Nov. 4 after decades of the position being ceremonious in nature. Gaspar made the announcement on Saturday […]

Commissioners tour grounds of new park

ENCINITAS — Encinitas Parks and Recreation commissioners loaded up in a van Thursday and toured the grounds of what will become the city’s newest recreation attraction, the Encinitas Community Park. The stop was the highlight of the commission’s semiannual facilities tour, during which the seven-member body and park staff stops in at select parks, community […]

Encinitas Boathouses embark on restoration push

Encinitas Boathouses embark on restoration push

ENCINITAS — The preservationist owners of the iconic Encinitas Boathouses has embarked on a renewed push to restore them to their old glory — and make them open to the public. Representatives of the Encinitas Preservation Association, which in 2008 purchased the iconic boat-shaped homes on Third Street, said it will take $250,000 to restore […]

Candidates begin filing paperwork for Encinitas government spots

ENCINITAS — The field of Encinitas City Council hopefuls is slowly taking shape, though no one has officially filed for a Nov. 4 run. Voters will decide two council seats in November, including the city’s first elected mayor. Kristin Gaspar and Teresa Barth, who announced in April that she would not seek re-election, currently hold […]

Encinitas library gets more efficient thanks to new sorter

Encinitas library gets more efficient thanks to new sorter

ENCINITAS – We stay in touch with our humanity – that’s what we do at the library, Director of San Diego County Libraries Jose Aponte, said. And now, with some newly installed technology at the Encinitas Library, volunteers and library staff will have more time, too, to stay in touch with and better serve the […]

Donation brings garden closer to building planned pavilion

Donation brings garden closer to building planned pavilion

ENCINITAS — The San Diego Botanic Garden’s quest to build a $4 million pavilion received a boost from the County of San Diego, which recently announced its interest in pumping millions into the project. In order to accomplish this, the county has started discussions with the botanic garden and city of Encinitas about potentially purchasing […]

Council closes key density bonus loopholes

ENCINITAS — The Encinitas City Council followed through on its pledge last week to close several key loopholes that have been popular among developers of so-called “density bonus” projects. The council voted on a series of motions that memorialized its intent to stop the practices that they have said have contributed to the oversized, super-dense […]

District resolves lottery policy for the short term

REGION — Taylor Lessley and 60 other students will be able to attend San Dieguito High School Academy after all. The San Dieguito Union High School District announced this week that the district had created enough capacity at the Encinitas campus to accept the wait-listed students whose parents had protested the district’s open-enrollment policies over […]

Coral Tree Farm claims ‘partial victory’ following city’s ruling

Coral Tree Farm claims ‘partial victory’ following city’s ruling

ENCINITAS — Supporters of a venerable family farm in Encinitas are claiming a “partial victory” after the city said it would allow farming to continue on the property but would add restrictions on other activities and prohibit others. City staff informed Coral Tree Farm, which grows heirloom vegetables and tropical fruits off of Requeza Avenue, […]

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