This Week’s City Council Meeting, January 10
The January 10 City Council meeting agenda includes public hearings on the Inclusionary Housing Program, amendments to the Vista Business Park Specific Plan (Area “B”), as well as preliminary review and proposed zone change discussions for Foothill Drive/Sunrise Circle and La Tortuga Drive, and more. City Council meetings are open to the public and your participation is welcomed! READ MORE
City Services Holiday Schedule
In observance of the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday, City offices will be closed Monday, January 16. Trash collection is on the regular schedule with no delays that week.
Welcome John Boyce, Interim Vista Sheriff’s Captain
The City of Vista is pleased to be working with new Interim Vista Sheriff’s Captain John Boyce who was promoted to his current interim position in December. Having worked previously in Vista as a member of the department, Interim Captain Boyce is more than familiar with the Vista community. READ MORE
Sheriff’s Crime Prevention Offers Free Business Security Consultation
The Sheriff’s Crime Prevention Unit offers free commercial security consultations for businesses in Vista. Business owners can reach the Crime Prevention Unit at 760.940.4564. READ MORE
Crime Free Apartment Manager’s Training
The Sheriff’s Department will hold a Crime Free Manager’s Training January 18, 2023 at City Hall from 9 am to 4:30 pm. The training is for apartment managers and staff looking to make their communities safer and join in a partnership with the Sheriff’s. For more information call 760.940.4564.
North County Job Readiness Room
Land a job interview -guaranteed – in office administration, manufacturing, or hospitality & food service with 15 hours of free job training. READ MORE
Kids in the Garden Class at Alta Vista Botantical Gardens
Join Farmer Jones at the next Kids in the Garden class, “The Wonderful World of Worms,” on January 14 at 10 am. Admission is $5 per person for adults and kids. READ MORE
Vista Irrigation District Sponsors Scholarship Contest for High School Seniors.
Vista Irrigation District invites local high school seniors to compete for scholarships from the district. Up to six scholarships may be awarded in amounts ranging from $1,000 to $3,000. The purpose of the scholarship program is to encourage students to learn more about how water related issues influence our daily lives. READ MORE
Cabaret Concerts Kicks Off Moonlight Amphitheatre’s 2023 Entertainment Calendar
ClubM at the Moonlight Amphitheatre offers indoor cabaret concerts January through March. The series kicks off January 27 with “Celebrating Tom Jones Starring David Burnham.” Burnham is a Broadway veteran and a Moonlight favorite. READ MORE
Little Cakes and Lunch on February 10
Culture Caravan offers “Sweet Cakes & Sweethearts” on February 10. Love is in the air. Embrace the Valentine’s Day spirit with a visit to our local Vista jewel “Little Cakes Kitchen”. This family bakery, while small in its roots, has gone on to become not just one but a two-time winner of the Food Network’s hit show ‘Cupcake Wars’. Here you will learn award winning decorating techniques and have the chance to decorate a dozen cupcakes of your own to titillate yours or your sweetheart’s sweet tooth. Trip will be accompanied by a delightful lunch at Pegah’s restaurant.
Culture Caravan provides roundtrip transportation, event tickets, and friendly tour guides when you book your trip. Cost is $89 per person. READ MORE
Sign-up for a Recreation Program to Help Meet Your Fitness Goals
We all make resolutions in the New Year. If one of your resolutions is to be more active in 2023, register for spring adult basketball or softball. Both kick-off in March. There’s other activities you can signup for, including pickleball classes, self-defense, line dancing, and more. READ MORE
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