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April 1, 2024

City Council Updates its Goals at April 4 Workshop Meeting -The City Council will hold a workshop meeting to update its goals on Thursday, April 4, at 5:30 pm. The meeting will occur in the Council Chambers at the Vista Civic Center, 200 Civic Center Drive. The meeting is open to the public, and participation in person or virtually is welcome. Please refer to the agenda link below for information on how to offer your input during the meeting.

The Council sets its goals for the City every two years. The last update occurred in 2022 and can be viewed here. City Council Workshop Meeting Agenda City Council Workshop Meeting Staff Report

April Meetings Calendar -To see April’s meeting calendar, visit the link below. All meetings are open to the public, and participation is encouraged. April Meetings Calendar

Save the Dates for Traffic Safety Plan Community Workshops – The City of Vista has received a Safe Streets and Roads for All (SS4A) planning grant to develop a Comprehensive Safety Action Plan aimed at reducing collisions and improving road safety. Public workshops will be held to gather input on identifying problem areas and prioritizing safety improvements. Your participation in these workshops is crucial. The first set of workshops will focus on identifying locations needing safety improvements, while the second set will prioritize safety project locations.

After these workshops, the City will develop a Comprehensive Safety Action Plan with a list of priority projects and use the plan to secure grant funding to build the projects.

  • North Vista Focused Meeting – Thursday, April 25
  • South Vista Focused Meeting Tuesday, April 30

Both meetings will be held from 6 pm until 8 pm at the Morris B. Vance Community Room at the Vista Civic Center, 200 Civic Center Drive. Community Workshops Info

Welcome to the City’s New Information Technology Director -The City of Vista announces that long-time team member Chris Mitchell has been promoted to Information Technology Director. Mitchell has served the City of Vista since February 2005, most recently as Information Technology Manager since 2012. Before that, he worked as the City’s Senior Information Technology Analyst and the Information Technology Analyst. Before arriving at the City of Vista, Mitchell worked as the Systems Administrator for Vista-based Software Direct. Read More Here

Summer “Our Vista” Out This Week -The summer issue of “Our Vista,” the City’s residential magazine and recreation guide, will land in your mailbox this week! The issue features City news, information on recreation classes & sports, senior center programs, and the summer schedules of Vista’s popular venues, the Moonlight Amphitheatre and the Wave Waterpark. You can get a sneak peek below. Read More Here

Supplying Aid to Emergency Victims – The City of Vista Fire Department has partnered with the California Fire Foundation to assist those in need.

The California Fire Foundation is a non-profit organization established in 1987 by the California Professional Firefighters. Its primary objective is to provide emotional and financial assistance to families of fallen firefighters, firefighters, and the communities they serve.

One of the Foundation’s programs is Supplying Aid to Victims of Emergency (SAVE), which aims to provide immediate relief and comfort to victims of catastrophic loss due to fires or natural disasters. Under this program, incident commanders on the scene can offer $250 gift cards to those who have suffered a minimum of 25% damage to their place of residence. The program is designed to aid victims of fires, earthquakes, mudslides/landslides, and floods. It is not intended to replace the critical relief services provided by organizations like the Red Cross, but rather to offer an additional helping hand from the fire service during the immediate aftermath of a disaster. One SAVE card may be issued per household. A SAVE card may be issued to homeowners or renters as long as the minimum amount of damage has been incurred. Businesses are not eligible. Read More Here

April at the McClellan Senior Center -The McClellan Senior Center’s April newsletter is now available and details its events, lunch menu, and other monthly programs. Highlights include:

  • AARP is offering tax preparation assistance through April 15. Appointments are required by calling 760.643.5290.
  • The San Diego Food Bank will be onsite for its monthly senior citizen food distribution event on April 16. If you would like information and eligibility, please call 866.350.3663.
  • Celebrate Earth Day on April 22 with a special lunch and learn featuring EDCO and the City’s Climate Action Program Administrator. You’ll learn about Earth Day’s history and the City’s environmental programs.
  • Culture Caravan is off to the Ramona Pageant on April 20. Tickets are $98 and include event information and roundtrip transportation from the Senior Center. You can call 760.643.5291 for information and reservations.
  • Raptor presentation with the Agua Hedionda Lagoon Foundation with a live owl and falcon on April 22.
  • Classes include art, crafts, mahjong, bridge, joy walkers, music appreciation, knitting, and more.

Check out the newsletter below and make plans to join the fun at the Senior Center!

April Newsletter April Lunch Menu

Moonlight Concert Series Rocks Vista this Weekend -The Moonlight Amphitheatre’s Concert Series continues to entertain music lovers with a weekend of shows:

  • April 4: “Hotel California: The Original Eagles Tribute”
  • April 5: “24K Magic: Bruno Mars Tribute”
  • April 6: “Pop 2000 Tour: Chris Kirkpatrick of N’Sync, OTown, BBMak, LFO, and Ryan Cabrera”

You can get tickets and information here — Get More Information

The Ultimate Summer Jobs Are at The Wave – What could be better than spending your summer at the Wave Waterpark and getting paid for it? The City’s popular summer venue is accepting applications for a number of part-time jobs. Wave Summer Jobs

Meading at the Garden -Alta Vista Gardens in Brengle Terrace Park hosts its 9th annual Meading at the Garden event on April 6, from 1 to 5 pm. The event features more than 25 meaderies, cideries, and breweries along with food from local restaurants and eateries. More Information & Tickets

Spring Gem & Mineral Show -The Vista Gem and Mineral Society hosts its free gem and mineral show on April 6 & 7 at the Antique Gas and Steam Engine Museum. Visitors will find everything from crystals and gems, rough slabs and cabs, and an Artist’s Alley featuring lapidary artists and jewelry makers. More Information

Fiber Arts Fiesta -Join the Vista Antique Gas & Steam Engine Museum to celebrate all things fiber arts on April 6 & 7. Visitors can immerse themselves in a world of vibrant colors, intricate designs, and the soothing feel of different textiles. From knitting and crocheting to weaving and spinning, there’s something for everyone. More Information

Childcare Panel Discussion -The Vista Chamber of Commerce hosts a Childcare Panel Discussion on Friday, April 19, 11:30 am-1 pm, at the MAAC North Campus, 956 Vale Terrace Drive. This event welcomes parents, employees, HR Managers, and childcare professionals to learn about childcare options available in Vista and how to pay for them. Panelists include Matt Koumaras (Boys & Girls Club of Vista), Lona Seitz (Children’s Paradise Preschool), and Dr. Alexis Aviña (MAAC). More Information & Registration

This Week’s Events at the Vista Library -The Vista Library, 700 Eucalyptus Avenue, is hosting various events and classes the entire community can take advantage of, from ESL classes, baby storytime, baroque lute concert, chair yoga, and more. More Information

Vista Farmers Market -The Vista Farmers Market is held every Saturday at the County Complex at 325 S. Melrose Drive, from 8 am until noon. Admission is free and features more than 50 farmers along with food makers, makers and crafters. More Information

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

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