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March 11, 2024

City Council to Meet March 12

The City Council will meet on Tuesday, March 12, at 5:30 pm. The meeting will take place in the Council Chambers located at the Vista Civic Center, 200 Civic Center Drive. The meeting is open to the public and your participation in person or virtually is welcome. Refer to the agenda link below on how to offer your input on agenda items or to speak on any topic that’s not on the agenda.

Consent Calendar Items Include (recommendations on Consent Calendar items are enacted in one motion unless an item is removed from the calendar):

1). First Amendment to the Agreement with West Coast Arborists, Inc. for Street Tree Maintenance Services.

2). Initiation of Proceedings and Declaration of Intention to Form South Melrose Landscape Maintenance District.

3). All-Way Stop at the W. Vista Way and Hill Drive Intersection.

4). Speed Humps on Cantara Lane, Marazon Lane, and Oak Drive.

5). Wave Waterpark Needs Assessment Study Contract Award.

(Additional Consent Calendar items can be found on the agenda).

Discussion Items⁠:

1). Cannabis-Related Special Events on Private Property.

2). Citywide Facilities Master Program-Update of City Facilities.

3). Fiscal Year 2023/24 Second Quarter Financial Report.

City Council Meeting Agenda

City Council Meeting Staff Reports

Moonlight’s Concert Series Launches March 21-23

The Moonlight Amphitheatre opens its 2024 performance schedule with a weekend of music concerts starting March 21. The weekend lineup includes the following:

  • March 21: Last Child: A Tribute to the Music of Aerosmith
  • March 22: Marshall Charloff & The Purple Xperience: Prince Tribute
  • March 23: The Gin Blossoms

All concerts are at 7:30 pm with tickets ranging in price from $25-$95. Package discounts are available. More Information & Tickets

This Week’s McClellan Center Events

The McClellan Senior Center welcomes you to participate in this week’s special events:

  • March 14: Live Music by Luke Rosgen
  • March 14: Pi Day with Pie
  • March 15: St. Patrick’s Day Party with Clan Rince Dancers

For more information, call 760.643.5288.

Center Hosts Candy Drive – The McClellan Center’s Nutrition Council is organizing a candy drive for participants in the Meals on Wheels program. The community is asked to either donate a bag or two of individually wrapped candies or volunteer to assemble goodie bags at the Center on March 20 at 1 pm. For more information, call 760.643.5288.

Children’s Shoe Drive for “Shoe the World Day” – March 15 is “Shoe the World Day” and donations of shoes for children will be accepted, which will be distributed to those in need in conjunction with Soroptimists International of Vista and North County Inland. Donations of shoes may be brought to the VisTix/Recreation Office at the Vista Civic Center, 200 Civic Center Drive (nearest parking in the City lot near the intersection of Civic Center and Alta Vista Drives) on Friday, March 15, between noon and 5 pm. More Information

This Week’s Events at the Vista Library – The Vista Library, 700 Eucalyptus Avenue, is hosting a wide variety of events and services the entire community can take advantage of, from Tai Chi Chuan, EDD Job Help, Veteran’s Health Care Resources, Teen Crafts, and more. More Information

Kids in the Garden Class, March 16 – Alta Vista Botanical Gardens hosts its next Kids in the Garden Class on Saturday, March 16 at 10 am. The class will explore “Soil, Composting, and Spring Planting.” Admission is $5 per person and includes admission into the gardens until 4:30 pm. The gardens are located within Brengle Terrace Park at 1270 Vale Terrace Drive, Vista. More Information

Vendors Sought for Earth Day Festival – Vendors are being sought by Alta Vista Gardens for its Earth Day Festival on Saturday, April 20. This free event welcomes the community to celebrate our planet with fun and activities. More Information

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

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