In its first year, Carlsbad’s “hackerspace and economic hub for biotech,” has helped give birth to six new life sciences companies that are testing new drugs and technologies that they hope to bring to market, the lab’s founders told the City Council ...
Following a national search, Steven R. Sarkozy has been selected to serve as the City of Carlsbad’s next city manager, a position he has held at three other cities over the past 30 years. The City Council is scheduled to vote on the appointment at ...
SDG&E has received numerous reports from customers who have been contacted by individuals misrepresenting themselves as utility employees. If you suspect a caller of posing as an SDG&E employee, hang up and call SDG&E’s main customer service line directly at 1-800-411-7343. You should also call SDG&E if you have any doubts about a visitor who shows up at your home or business, claiming to be a representative of SDG&E.
As long as you’re changing your clocks this weekend, City of Carlsbad public safety officials recommend making a few other quick changes around your home (Daylight Savings Time starts at 2 a.m. Sunday, March 9.):
Join friends and neighbors at the city's monthly trail volunteer event. Volunteers help with a wide variety of of trail improvement projects, and the city provides the tools, snacks and water. It's a great way to spend a Saturday morning while giving back to the community.
The City of Carlsbad has released a draft of its new General Plan, which will serve as a blueprint to assist the community in achieving its vision for the future and realizing its values related to land use, open space, environmental sustainability.
The City of Carlsbad is now accepting applications for Citizen of the Year, an annual award recognizing residents who have provided outstanding service to their community. Nominations will be accepted through March 31.