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Carlsbad is located in southern California along the coast of the Pacific Ocean. The coastal resort city is best known for its shopping, tourism, booming high-tech industry and resort living. Carlsbad has become one of the wealthiest communities in both California and in the United States due to high property values, above average median family incomes and high education levels. In 1976 the city became home to the first skateboard park in the world, Carlsbad Skatepark.

Population: 78247
Local Newspapers: The San Diego Union-Tribune San Diego Daily Transcript La Prensa
Local Sports Teams: San Diego Chargers San Diego Padres
Local Colleges: National Univerisity - Carlsbad Golf Academy of America

Zip Codes associated with carlsbad, california: 92008 92009 92010 92011
Towns/Cities near carlsbad, california : Oceanside Vista San Marcos Encinitas

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North County School News, Sept. 21

The Oceanside High School show choir is just one of the arts groups that will benefit from the new Performing Arts Center. The OHS Foundation/Alumni Association hosts a benefit concert at the new center at 7 p.m. Sept.

Carlsbad police advise to beware of prowler

Police released a sketch of a man they say has been sneaking into homes in recent weeks. Police advised the public Wednesday to beware of a prowler who has been sneaking into homes lately in northern Carlsbad.

Shuttered Carlsbad speakeasy reopens

Cory Volkening, bar manager for The Charles Kenneth speakeasy in Carlsbad, prepares an absinthe cocktail. The bar closed on its opening night in July but has since reopened after settling issues related to its alcohol permit.

Hepatitis A Outbreak

The City of San Diego has installed the first round of new bathrooms in the downtown San Diego area to help combat the ongoing hepatitis A outbreak that has resulted in 16 deaths. >> County health officials say patrons of a Pacific Beach restaurant may have been exposed to a person with the Hepatitis A virus.

Carlsbad PD release sketch of reported prowler

Police are on the hunt for a reported prowler in the North County, accused of peeking into homes - and entering them on occasion - as residents slept. Carlsbad Police released a sketch of the suspected prowler , described as a Hispanic or Caucasian male, who has reportedly been looking into windows while residents sleep.

Sketch Released of Prowler Sneaking into Homes: Carlsbad PD

The prowler has reportedly been peeking into windows while people are sleeping inside their homes throughout the north-coastal area of Carlsbad. Carlsbad police released a sketch Wednesday of a suspicious man prowling around the North-Coastal area, peeking into windows and sneaking inside homes.

Dave Franco brings creative flow to 'LEGO Ninjago'

Lloyd on the Green Ninja Mech Dragon in the new animated adventure "THE LEGO NINJAGO MOVIE," from Warner Bros. Pictures and Warner Animation Group, in association with LEGO System A/S, a Warner Bros.

UC San Diego Overwhelms Stanislaus State With Four-Goal First-Half Outburst

The University of California San Diego scored four times in an incredible span of 16:30 during the first half and eased past Stanislaus State, 4-0, in California Collegiate Athletic Association men's soccer action Sunday at Triton Soccer Stadium. With its first conference victory of 2017, reigning champion UC San Diego improved to 3-1-2 overall and 1-1 in the CCAA.

How they voted, Sept. 17

The Carlsbad City Council met Tuesday and introduced an ordinance amending city code to prohibit commercial cannabis activity, including delivery; to regulate cultivation for personal use; and for violations to be misdemeanors. The council also held a hearing and approved permits for Beach Village Life, a development with a hotel, spa, retail and residential condominiums on Christiansen Way between Carlsbad Boulevard and Washington Street.

Solutions for Change asking cities to help cover funding gap

Chris Megison of Solutions for Change gets a hug from 4-year-old Maya Hillaire, with her sister Jade, 3, and father Jared Hillaire, when Megison visited at their Vista apartment in January 2016. Chris Megison of Solutions for Change gets a hug from 4-year-old Maya Hillaire, with her sister Jade, 3, and father Jared Hillaire, when Megison visited at their Vista apartment in January 2016.

Commercial Real Estate

A proposed hotel, spa and condos that capitalize on Carlsbad's 135-year-old mineral water wells got the go-ahead this week for construction on a small vacant lot near the historic business along Carlsbad Boulevard. "This is basically a a scaled-down replacement of a previous hotel that existed on this site," said Mike Howes, a longtime Carlsbad real estate and planning consultant, who presented details of the Beach Village Life project Tuesday to the City Council.

No. 19 UC San Diego Returns to Winning Ways With 3-0 Defeat of Chico State to Open CCAA Title Defense

The 19th-ranked University of California San Diego women's soccer team rebounded from a rare blip on the radar to roll past Chico State, 3-0, in the 2017 California Collegiate Athletic Association opener for both sides Friday night at Triton Soccer Stadium. With the victory, UC San Diego improved to 4-2 overall and 1-0 in the CCAA.

Residents see bright future for Oceanside public arts programs

Downtown Oceanside was recently named one of 14 California cultural districts. The city is preparing its first Master Plan for the Arts.

Legal Notices, September 15, 2017September 15, 2017

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to you, because your interest may be affected, that the City Council of the City of Carlsbad will hold a public hearing at the Council Chamber, 1200 Carlsbad Village Drive, Carlsbad, California, at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, September 26, 2017 to consider approving a request for the first time extension of CUP 11-07 to allow the continued operation of a 2,850 square foot temporary mobile building on the 16.37-acre SDG&E site located at 5016 Carlsbad Boulevard in the Agua Hedionda Segment of the Local Coastal Program and in Local Facilities Management Zone 3 and more particularly described as: A Portion of Rancho Agua Hedionda in the City of Carlsbad, defined as Parcel 5 in Certificate of Compliance recorded October 30, 2001 Whereas, on August 16, 2017 the City of Carlsbad Planning Commission voted 7-0 to recommend approval for the first time ... (more)

Orange County Latinos want desal water now

In this March 11, 2015, file photo, a worker climbs stairs among some of the 2,000 pressure vessels used to convert seawater into fresh water through reverse osmosis in the western hemisphere's largest desalination plant in Carlsbad, Calif. The Orange County Water District's mission is to provide the 2.4 million people it serves with a reliable, adequate, high-quality water supply at the lowest reasonable cost in an environmentally responsible manner.

Council wants horizontal districtsSeptember 14, 2017

If Encinitas is to elect its future council members by districts, the current City Council wants the districts drawn horizontally so they each touch the coast and the inland areas and preserve as much of the city's five communities as possible. This was the consensus of the council at the Sept.

La Mesa design review board may be a thing of the past

The City Council on Tuesday discussed the necessity of the board, established in La Mesa in 1987 to review development projects for compliance with La Mesa's Urban Design Program. It also makes recommendations on development proposals and other design-related issues.

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