Current News and Events
January 28 – Community Garden Work Day
Come join us on January 20, 2023 for Community Garden Work Day. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for info or to get involved.
January 30 – E-bike Education Seminar
Free classes on e-bike safety coming up on January 30th from 6-8 pm at MB High School.
January 31, 12-1pm – American Institute of Architects presents the Pacific Beach EcoDistrict
Explore San Diego’s very own Pacific Beach, CA, a real-world example of the application of the EcoDistrict Certified program. 12-1 pm via Zoom More Info
February 4 – Love Your Wetlands Day
Join beautifulPB and other local organizations to celebrate our local wetlands and the Kendall-Frost marsh.
March 1 – E-bike Education Seminar
Do you or your kids ride an e-bike? Free classes on e-bike safety coming up on March 1 from 6-8 pm at PB Middle School.
March 1 – PB Middle School Bike to School Day
Encourage your middle school students to bike to roll to school on March 1 for fun treats and prizes.
Community Clean Up – April 23, 2022
Earth Day Cleanup! 9:00 am – 11:00 am Meet at corner of Cass and Diamond Join beautifulPB in celebrating Earth Day by picking up trash
Slow Street Community Meeting – April 20, 2022
Diamond Street Needs Your Support! The Diamond Street Slow Street: Provides Safe Mobility Supports Sustainable Travel Supports Vision Zero & the City’s Climate Action Plan
How You Can Reduce Light Pollution in PB
This year’s Earth Day theme is “Invest In Our Planet” and we have some ideas here at beautifulPB on how you can invest in beautifying
Love Your Wetlands Day – February 5, 2022
Come learn about, explore and protect Mission Bay’s wetlands, and the animals that call it home! Date and time: Sat, February 5, 2022 – 10:00 AM
CicloSDias Pacific Beach – Coming November 7th!
CicloSDias is inspired by open streets projects all over the world. Open Street events temporarily close streets to automobiles so that people may use them
Abundant landscaping and healthy street trees create walkable streets for everyone to enjoy. Community volunteers have been working to improve the health of street trees