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City Council to Receive Updates on Goals During Workshop Meeting Tomorrow

The City Council will receive updates on 2022-2024 goals at a workshop on Tuesday, March 7 at 2 pm in Council Chambers at the Vista Civic Center, 200 Civic Center Drive. Every two years, the City Council conducts a goal-setting workshop to determine the City’s high-priority goals, which are then reflected in the City’s Operational and Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) budgets. Every six months, staff provide an update on activities that align with City Council goals.

Also on the agenda is the approval of the contract for Vista’s next City Manager, John Conley; and an overview of budget preparation for fiscal years 2023/24 and 2024/25. READ THE AGENDA

Fill the Boot Campaign This Thursday

Vista Firefighters will be staffing the intersection of Vista Village Drive and Santa Fe Avenue on Thursday, March 9, between 6:30 a.m. and 9:30 a.m., to help firefighters from across the county raise money for the San Diego Burn Institute. Each year, firefighters come together at intersections in their communities to collect cash donations from motorists who help to “fill the boot.”

All the monies collected go directly to the Burn Institute to fund its programs and services, most notably “Camp Beyond the Scars,” a camp for burn survivors between the ages of 8-17.

The Vista Firefighters are always amazed at the generosity of the community. They look forward to meeting residents Thursday morning. Grab your coffee, buckle up the kids, and swing by on the way to work or school drop-off.

Change Your Clocks – Change Your Batteries

It’s time to spring forward! As long as you’re changing your clocks this upcoming weekend, the Vista Fire Department recommends checking your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors around your home. Daylight Savings Time starts Sunday, March 12 at 2 am.

Public Hearings to be Held on SDG&E’s Proposed Rate Increase

In the month of March, the California Utilities Commission (CPUC) is holding public participation hearings to solicit feedback on San Diego Gas & Electric’s (SDG&E) proposed budget for 2024-2027, which includes a proposed rate increase. The public can participate in these hearings virtually or in-person. At these public hearings, customers can make comments and raise concerns with the CPUC’s Administrative Law Judge who is overseeing the rate increase request. GET MORE DETAILS

NCTD Offers Discounted Coaster Packages for Frequent Riders

North County Transit District has announced the launch of a new, discounted fare product for the Coaster train. The Coaster 5-Pack and Coaster 10-Pack provides customers with five or ten individual days of unlimited Coaster and regional transit system use within a limited time from the initial purchase. The pass also allows customers to take the Sprinter, Breeze, MTS Bus, and MTS Trolley.

The Coaster 10-pack is $75 for adults ($37.50 for seniors, disabled, or Medicare); while the 5-pack is $45 for adults ($22.50 for seniors, disabled, or Medicare). GET MORE DETAILS

Pickup Free Doggy Supplies Tomorrow

The City’s Stormwater division will be handing out free doggy supplies on Tuesday, March 7 at 9 a.m. at South Buena Vista Park, 1602 Mountain Pass Circle.

Vista Library’s Call for Art

Are you a local artist interested in displaying your work? The Vista Library welcomes submissions from artists who wish to exhibit their art, including framed artwork (drawings, paintings, photographs) that can be hung on a wall. The Vista Branch Library encourages local artist to display their original works of art with the community. Art displays support local artists, welcome new users into the library, encourage community partnerships, and gives the library a forum to celebrate creativity. Artists can email submissions for review to: vistalibrary@sdcounty.ca.gov.

Hear Gems of Stage and Screen This Saturday

In her debut cabaret performance, Patricia Jewel comes to ClubM with music director and pianist Elan McMahan along with band members Michael Pearce and Danny Chavarin for a night of well-known songs from the stage and screen. Patricia was seen at the Moonlight as Mama Euralie in “Once on this Island” in 2021 and is also remembered for her appearance last year at ClubM in “Ladies Who Lunch: Stephen Sondheim.”

City of Vista | 200 Civic Center Drive, Vista, CA 92084

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