The Carmel Valley Community Planning Board will hold it's regular monthly meeting on May 28, 2015 from 7:00 to 10:00 pm at the Carmel Valley Library, 3919 Townsgate Drive. The Agenda is attached here. The Agenda includes information on clean elections, proposed improvements at the Del Mar Highlands Town Center, the Climate Action Plan, amendments to the CV Planning Boards districts, the Carmel Valley 5K in January 2016, and the Polo Field Lease. Additional information can be found at the CV Planning Board Page on this site, or on the City's website at the Carmel Valley, San Diego Community Page.
The Protect San Diego's Neighborhoods coalition is looking for you to attend the One Paseo Hearing, where the City Council will determine if they overturn their previous approval of the One Paseo development, or if they send the issue to the voters. For Carmel Valley, it would be best if the project was overturned right now, rather than having to wait another year for a decision.
The hearing is being held on Monday, May 18 at 1 p.m. at Golden Hall, located at 202 C Street in Downtown San Diego (adjacent to the City Administration Building). The Coalition says, "Help us defeat THIS One Paseo once and for all by attending the hearing and wearing red (including your No on One Paseo t-shirt and button)!"
The Carmel Valley Community Planning Board's Livability Subcommitte will meet on Tuesday, May 19, 2015 at 5:30 pm at the Carmel Valley Rec Center. The committee is focused on transportation-related livability/safety issues, green infrastructure improvements and placemaking enhancements. This is not meant to be a parks group, but may include trails. See the AGENDA (Attached) for details. Additional information on the planning board and its subcommittees can be found at the CV Planning Board Page on this site.
Max's Ring of Fire is holding it's Touch a Truck Fundraiser on May 31, 2015 at Canyon Crest Academy. For additional information, see TouchATruckSD.com or download this flier for the event. This is a Fundraiser for kids cancer, and includes food trucks, live music, roving entertainers, face painting and a TON of vehicles where you can Climb on, Climb in, and honk the horn.
Gonzales Canyon Clean-up event! Please come out and join your friends and neighbors in helping to maintain our trails. Get exercise and do something good for the community! This Sunday, May 17th 1-4 pm, though we usually finish sooner! Meet at the Sword Way Trail head. Come join us for a post-rain canyon and creek litter pick-up and brush clearing. Bring gloves and water! For more information, contact the Friends of Gonzales Canyon leader, Pennie McLaughlin at: Penmcl@gmail.com
The 2015 Summer CAMP Program for the Carmel Valley Recreation Center is now available, complete with online program registration details. Register Online at the SD City Online Registration Portal (www.SDRecConnect.com). Registration begins May 16, 2015 at 9:00AM. Registration instructions are in the brochure on page 2. Note that online registration requires you to create an online account. If you have questions, or if you'd rather deal with a person, you can also register in-person at the CV Rec Center. For additional information, read the brochure or call the Rec Center at 858-552-1616.
Update: There is also a 2015 Summer Camps Insert that contains additional information on Soccer Camps, Tennis Camps and Camp Science Safari.
The 2015 Summer Program for the Carmel Valley Recreation Center is now available, complete with online program registration details. Register Online at the SD City Online Registration Portal (www.SDRecConnect.com). Registration begins May 16, 2015 at 9:00AM. Registration instructions are in the brochure on page 2. Note that online registration requires you to create an online account. If you have questions, or if you'd rather deal with a person, you can also register in-person at the CV Rec Center. For additional information, read the brochure or call the Rec Center at 858-552-1616.
This summer, CCA's High School Robotics Team 3128 is proud to offer a week of fun where campers from 5th to 8th grade can come and build awesome robots, run around, and have fun. All week we’ll be using robot sets to build robot that complete complex challenges that teach campers mechanical and programming skills, while getting them excited about engineering and technology.
Not only will we get students going on build robots, they’ll also get to compete against each other by trying to score the most points in our end of the week competition. And every step of the way we’ll have counselors and staff alongside them to make sure they get the guidance they need to reach their goal.
The camp costs $450 per week, lasts from 9am-3pm each day, and lunch is provided. Visit the Team 3128 Website to learn more or register.
May's free family music program sponsored by the Friends of the Carmel Valley Library will be held on Wednesday, May 13 at 7:00 p.m. in the Library's community room. It will feature flutist Carlos Aguilar performing pieces by Greg Patillo, Franz Doppler, and Otar Taktakishvili. He will be accompanied by pianist Melissa Evans. The program will last 45 minutes. The Library is located at 3919 Townsgate Drive in Carmel Valley. For further information, see the CV Library Music Page, call (858) 552-1668 or see the Friends of the Carmel Valley Library website at www.carmelvalleylibrary.org.
The Polster Branch of the Boys & Girls Club is holding their "Commotion by the Ocean" festival on Saturday, May 16, 2015 from 1:00 to 4:00 pm. The event will be at the Carmel Valley Polster Branch Field, 3800-A Mykonos Lane. This 7th annual rock and roll picnic concert is family and community friendly and will feature 14 of Youth Arts Academy’s student created bands. The rock bands that will be performing consist of talented young musicians who have a passion for music. There will also be food trucks serving pizza, burgers and Kona Ice. Tickets available at the Youth Arts Academy, online, or at the door. See YouthArtsSD.org/events for additional information. All proceeds benefit YAA.