4th of July Press Conference
On 8/15/17 at 12:18 AM, a single vehicle collision occurred in the 2100 block of Del Monte. The vehicle was traveling eastbound on Del Monte when it left the roadway and struck a low wall. The resultant damage to the vehicle caused it to immediately catch fire with the sole occupant driver still inside.
The Pacific Street off-ramp from Lighthouse Avenue will be closed from Wednesday, September 6th through Friday, October 6th. The full closure affects the Pacific Street exit from Lighthouse up to the pedestrian overhead bridge.
The City of Monterey welcomes photo submissions in their first city-wide photo contest. Participants are encouraged to submit photos in any of the three categories; environment - sky, beach, mountain, park and wildlife; architecture - urban design, cityscapes, landmarks and infrastructure; and culture & community - people of all ages involved in sports, art activities and enjoying special events.
Monterey Car Week is one of the biggest annual events on the Peninsula. This year it begins on August 11. Tens of thousands of visitors are expected, and with them, additional traffic and parking impacts. A comprehensive guide and interactive map will be available beginning Tuesday, August 8 at seemonterey.com/carweek and linked from monterey.org to help residents navigate the busy week. NEWS RELEASE IN PDF
On July 12, 2017 at approximately 4:37 a.m., Monterey Police Officers were dispatched to the 300 block of Calle Principal on a report of an assault and carjacking which had just occurred.
The City of Monterey will be accepting applications for a Mid-Year Special Event Grant Program until 5:00 p.m. on Friday, July 28, 2017 for events scheduled during Fiscal Year 2017-2018 (Sep 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018).
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