The Pacific Beach Town Council
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The Pacific Beach Town Council (PBTC), with close to 500 members, was established in 1953. Its basic mission, building a better community, fostering cooperative efforts among local businesses and residents, providing a forum for community concerns, appropriate government agencies, is carried out by a 14 member elected Board of Directors.
The general meeting is held on the third
Wednesday of the month
at the Taylor Library located at 4275 Cass Street at 7 PM.
The purposes of this Association are to
provide a forum for the discussion of community issues; to communicate
the views of the community to the appropriate governmental agencies;
and to take action on community issues, specifically, but not limited
to: the general betterment and beautification of the community of Pacific
Beach; the promotion of the welfare of the residents of the community;
the fostering of the cooperative efforts among the business people and
residents of the community for the mutual benefit; and the continued
improvement of Mission Bay Park.
|Council Committees, made up entirely of directors and volunteers, are also working to improve, protect and enhance Pacific Beach's unique community. These projects provide an excellent example showing that neighbors can have fun while doing something worthwhile for P.B. The Town Council sponsors events, which help to promote businesses and establishments in the Pacific Beach community. In addition, grand openings of public projects are often hosted by the PBTC in conjunction with the City of San Diego.|
The PBTC also maintains the Rose Creek Cottage at 2525 Garnet Avenue in Pacific Beach. This quaint 80 year old, English Tudor style cottage has a lovely chapel for wedding ceremonies & memorial services as well as a charming garden patio & gazebo for receptions.
For more information, check out our "wedsite"
or contact the Rose Creek Cottage event coordinator Mark Johnston at
For more information see ==> www.rosecreekcottage.net
Rose Creek Cottage
Directors are always working on new projects, and encourage residents and members to keep in touch through the PBTC office (858-483-6666) open from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm Monday through Friday. Members also receive a monthly newsletter to keep them informed about events and issues impacting the community.
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