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The second-largest city in Monterey County was once known as the home of Fort Ord, one of the U.S. Army’s most scenic bases. After the base closed in 1994, that beautiful land and its environmental riches became Fort Ord National Monument Park. Now Seaside is known as the home of California State University Monterey Bay. And Fort Ord's former military golf courses, Bayonet and Black Horse, will some day be adjacent to an upscale resort.

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The Seaside City Council is the legislative and policy-making body; all five members are elected at large. Meetings, which take place on the first and third Thursdays of each month, are open to the public.

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Until a new traffic calming program in Seaside is approved, residents’ concerns must wait.

Seaside resident Edith Hernandez, who lives on Hilby Avenue between Noche Buena Street and Gen. Jim Moore Boulevard, became so alarmed by speeding and collisions that this spring, she began walking door to door to gather enough signatures so that…

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As Seaside considers an agreement with trade unions regarding public projects, controversy ensues.

Emotions ran high at a Feb. 17 Seaside City Council meeting when the council reviewed a draft project labor agreement. If ultimately approved, any city projects estimated to cost above $750,000 would be put out to bid with the restriction…

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Seaside’s Broadway Avenue improvement Project Moves Ahead

The Seaside City Council has approved the first phase of the Broadway Avenue Corridor Complete Street Improvement Project, which will transform a four-lane roadway to two lanes with curb extensions, bike lanes, roundabouts and features to improve pedestrian safety.

(June 25, 2022) → Read the full Monterey Herald report
Seaside to Appoint City Manager

The Seaside City Council is set to appoint Jaime Fontes, current city manager for East Palo Alto, as its next city manager. If the City Council approves his employment contract on June 16, Fontes can start July 1.

(June 10, 2022) → Read the full Monterey Herald report
Upcoming Meetings & Events
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Neighborhood Improvement Commission Meeting
Tuesday July 5 2022   6:00 PM

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City Council Meeting
Thursday July 7 2022   5:00 PM

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Environmental Committee Meeting
Tuesday July 12 2022   5:30 PM

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Seaside County Sanitation District
Tuesday July 12 2022   9:30 AM

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Planning Commission Meeting
Wednesday July 13 2022   6:00 PM

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Planning Commission Meeting
Wednesday July 13 2022   7:00 PM

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