The California Energy Commission will hold a public meeting Thursday, Aug. 7, to gather input on a proposed low profile “peaker” style power plant in Carlsbad. Under an agreement among SDG&E, NRG Energy and the City of Carlsbad, the plant’s approval wo
The City of Carlsbad’s Cultural Arts Office will present a free concert by Carlsbad country-western group Susanna and the Troublemakers on Sunday, Aug. 10, at 2 p.m. Titled “Songs for the Road,” the concert takes place at the Ruby G. Schulman ...
Now through Sept. 30, 2014, the City of Carlsbad Cultural Arts Office is accepting applications for art exhibits to be displayed in 2015. Selected exhibits will run for six weeks as small-scale displays on walls or in cases at the Carlsbad City Library
Pet owners can obtain dog licenses and $6 rabies vaccinations for dogs and cats at Mohnacky Animal Hospital in Carlsbad through a partnership with the County of San Diego Department of Animal Services and the County Veterinary Medical Association Publi
Some Village roads will be closed Sunday, Aug. 10, to make way for Art in the Village, featuring more than 150 local and regional fine artists in mediums such as oil painting, watercolors, photography, mixed media, new media, classical and contemporary
The City of Carlsbad’s Cultural Arts Office presents a new installation in its outdoor Sculpture Garden, located at 2955 Elmwood Street, immediately north of the city’s Cole Library. “Landsailers: Neal Bociek” features 10 works by the noted San Diego ...
As warm summer weather continues in Carlsbad, city staff remind residents to take advantage of Cool Zones. Residents can escape the heat at one of the city’s Cool Zones, free, air conditioned public gathering places.
The city’s Cool Zones help...
The Carlsbad City Council approved a contract with Group 4 Architecture on Tuesday, July 22, to design improvements for Cole Library, at 1250 Carlsbad Village Drive, and the Carlsbad City Library, at 1775 Dove Lane. “The City of Carlsbad will be well ...
Urban wineries are a growing attraction, and the City of Carlsbad has expanded the area in the downtown Village where vintners can produce, bottle and sell new wine. Urban wineries do almost everything that rural wineries do, except grow grapes. A ...
The City of Carlsbad has awarded a contract to build a new fire station near the intersection of El Camino Real and Cannon Road to replace an aging station and improve emergency response times. The new station, Fire Station No. 3, will be built on two ...