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.
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.
It was a day of celebration Oct. 25 at Seaside City Hall, as scores of local dignitaries, police officers and residents gathered on the lawn by Canyon Del Rey for the official swearing-in ceremony of Seaside Police Chief Nick Borges.
The city of Seaside and residents of Seaside Highlands are at an impasse about who is responsible for repairing city-owned sidewalks in the neighborhood that are being damaged by the roots of sycamore trees.
The Grand Hyatt project will be a seven-level, 337,668-square-foot single hotel building with 330 guest rooms. Amenities include a conference center, restaurant, lobby bar, service kitchen, administrative offices, and a spa.(Nov. 1, 2022) → Read the full Monterey Herald report
Seaside is seeking a qualified consultant to develop a plan for city parks. “A lot has changed since 2005, when the city last did a Parks and Recreation Master Plan,” said Seaside Recreation Director Dan Meewis. Creating the plan would involve city staff, advisory bodies, and members of the community.(Oct. 4, 2022) → Read the full Monterey Herald report