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17 September 2019
Mindful Yoga & Meditation Workshop at the Monterey Sports Center on Saturday, October 12

Mindful Yoga & Meditation Workshop at the Monterey Sports Center on Saturday, October 12

In the Mindful Yoga and Meditation Workshop, flow between stillness and movement with yoga and guided meditation. The yoga practice will incorporate choices and modifications to be suitable for your personal needs. Chairs and props will be provided. Meditation will be presented and guided in a way that is appropriate for beginners as well as experienced practitioners. Saturday, October 12th 1-3pm at the Monterey Sports Center, 301 East Franklin Street. NEWS RELEASE IN PDF

30 August 2019
2019 Vulnerable Communities Analysis

2019 Vulnerable Communities Analysis

The 2019 Monterey Vulnerable Communities Needs Analysis identifys unmet needs in the community relating to services and housing. The Analysis also recommends strategies and best practices that have been effective in the City of Monterey and in other communities, so that the City can make calculated and strategic investments in services and programs that will best meet community priorities and improve the quality of life for its residents. Furthermore, the State of California has been intensifying its commitment of funding toward increasing the supply of housing, and this study will prepare the City to pursue competitive state grants. REVIEW THE ANALYSIS IN PDF

30 August 2019
Draft 2018 CAPER for Public Review Through September 17, 2019

Draft 2018 CAPER for Public Review Through September 17, 2019

HUD requires submission of a CAPER at the end of each program year for all City programs utilizing CDBG funds. The CAPER also includes information on Housing Trust funds and HOME funds that leverage CDBG funds to provide the City’s full range of low-income housing and community development activities. The CAPER specifically reports on how the City has used those funds in the previous program year to achieve compliance with HUD national objectives. HUD also requires that the CAPER report on the City’s progress in reaching the goals identified in the City’s Five-Year Consolidated Plan and Annual CDBG Action Plan.  The period covered in the attached CAPER is for PY18 (July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019). REVIEW CAPER IN PDF

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22 August 2019
Monterey Fire Dept Badge Pinning Ceremony, Aug. 22

Monterey Fire Dept Badge Pinning Ceremony, Aug. 22

Congratulations new Fire Captains and new Fire Prevention Officer!

Fire Dept Badge Pinning

22 August 2019
Call for Sealed Bids - Citywide Sidewalk Repair Project, Phase 4, due September 24, 2019

Call for Sealed Bids - Citywide Sidewalk Repair Project, Phase 4, due September 24, 2019

CITY OF MONTEREY PUBLIC NOTICE CALL FOR SEALED BIDS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Monterey invites sealed bids for furnishing the following:  Citywide Sidewalk Repair Project, Phase 4.  In general, the work consists of, but is not limited to, the removal and replacement of approximately 18,690 SF of Portland Cement Concrete (PCC) sidewalk and installing tree wells with pervious rubber surfaces at various location throughout the City of Monterey.

09 August 2019
10 May 2019
Monterey Bay Electric Vehicle Incentive Program

Monterey Bay Electric Vehicle Incentive Program

DON’T MISS OUT ON YOUR ELECTRIC VEHICLE!

Monterey Bay Electric Vehicle Incentive Program Makes Over $1 million Available to Tri-County Community

Monterey Bay eVIP kicks major savings into gear through a compilation of savings opportunities: discounted pricing from participating dealers for a limited time only, incentives from either MBCP or MBARD, plus additional savings through California’s Clean Vehicle Rebate, Clean Fuel Rebate and Federal Tax Credit. Income-qualified participants can save more than 50% off MSRP with Monterey Bay eVIP.

Monterey Bay Electric Vehicle Incentive Program Flyer

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