4th of July Press Conference
The Monterey Fire Department is adding new members to its ranks. Nine firefighter recruits will start an academy on January 9, 2017, to fill existing vacancies and several added positions. This group represents some significant achievements for the Department as it is the largest and most diverse group of Firefighter Recruits ever hired by the City of Monterey. “I am proud of the fact that we were able to find a highly qualified group of recruits,” said Chief Panholzer.
Cannery Row has installed new street signs as another distinct branding for the historic and picturesque shopping and dining district.
Santa Claus made an early visit to the Monterey Peninsula this week, trading in his sleigh for a fire truck. For the past 20 years, Santa has teamed up with Monterey firefighters to deliver toys to local families in need. News Release | Photo 1 Photo 2 Photo 3
The City of Monterey today delivered the cross originally placed earlier this year at Del Monte Beach to St. John’s Chapel in Monterey.
A joint Area of Special Biological Significance (ASBS) Project ($8.9 million) developed by City of Pacific Grove (PG) and Monterey staff has been awarded a Proposition 1 Implementation Grant in the amount of $4.4 million, with Pacific Grove as the lead agency, and Monterey as a Project partner.
The Presidio Municipal Services Agency (PMSA), a partnership between the City of Monterey and the Presidio of Monterey, was awarded the Army Community Partnership Award from the U.S. Army. On December 6, Colonel Lawrence Brown, Garrison Commander of the Presidio of Monterey, Deputy City Manager Dino Pick and PMSA staff attended an awards ceremony at the Pentagon, hosted by Under Secretary of the Army Patrick Murphy.
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