Category Archives: EVENT

Tonight! HandleBar Happy Hour and a Ride with the Mayor!

August Ride with the Mayor joins our monthly HandleBar Happy Hour on a ride to The Brixton

Join Mayor Ted Winterer and all of us in kicking off the Labor Day weekend with a 3.5-mile bike ride to our monthly HandleBar Happy Hour!

Meet us at 5:15 – we plan to leave at 5:30pm from Santa Monica City Hall and end at The Brixton for our monthly #BikeLocalSM #BuyLocalSM #MultiModalSM HandleBar Happy Hour.

Bring your own bike, helmet, lock & water bottle. Children are welcome but should be capable of street riding or in an appropriate child seat or trailer. There is no cost to participate.

No bike? No problem! Just grab a Breeze Bike Share Bike.

Join us for the ride or meet us on route or at The Brixton – our route is posted HERE

Upcoming Events – this weekend and beyond!

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Saturday, August 25th
Parks & Recreation Master Plan Update: Community Workshop #1

Thursday, August 30th
Ride with the Mayor to HandleBar Happy Hour at The Brixton!

Saturday, September 8th
Walk with the Mayor & Buy Local Health and Fitness Festival

 

Saturday, September 15th
Kidical Mass(ive): Global Family Bike Ride

Sunday, October 7th
COAST: City of Santa Monica Open Street Event

Parks & Recreation Master Plan Update: Community Workshop #1

The City of Santa Monica is updating the Parks and Recreation Master Plan (PRMP), originally released in 1997. Join the City of Santa Monica on Saturday, August 25, 2018, for the first community workshop of the PRMP Update at the Civic Auditorium East Wing from 10:00 a.m. to noon.

The new Master Plan Update invites you to give input on future Safe Routes to Parks, improved pedestrian and bicycle access around the Santa Monica Airport (with the shortened runway). When the airport closes in 2029, the new Master Plan will allow us to create a truly Great Park with up to 200 acres of open space, community gardens and 3 miles of dedicated walking and bicycle paths with unobstructed views of DTLA, the Hollywood Sign and the Pacific Ocean.

After hearing from over 2,000 people this summer through an online survey, city-wide pop-ups, and discussions with community groups and boards/commissions, the City wants to share what they heard with you! The workshop will build on community-proposed ideas and spark inspiration for even more ideas. Help develop a shared vision of what Santa Monica want our parks, recreation, and beach to look like over the next 20 years. All residents and stakeholders are invited to participate in this public input opportunity.

Doors open at 9:45 a.m. and the presentation will begin promptly at 10:15 a.m. Light refreshments will be served.

Free bike valet will be provided. Free parking validation will be available for the Civic Auditorium Parking Lot (immediately adjacent to the Auditorium).

If you require any special disability related accommodations (i.e. sign language interpreting, access to an amplified sound system, etc.) please contact Community & Cultural Services by calling (310) 458-8310 or emailing ccs@smgov.net at least 3 days prior to the workshop.

Parks & Recreation Master Plan Update Community Workshop #2 will be in January 2019.

For news, details, timeline, outreach, and project summary information on the Parks & Recreation Master Plan Update visit HERE

Memorial Park Master Plan Community Workshop #2

August 13 @ 6:30 pm8:30 pm

The City of Santa Monica is planning to expand Memorial Park! All residents and stakeholders are invited to participate in this public input opportunity. Three master plan options will be shared with the community for feedback. A light dinner will be served. Date and time subject to change.

Doors open at 6:00 p.m. for advance viewing of presentation boards and Q&A with the project team. Presentation will begin promptly at 6:30 p.m.

Parking validation will be available for the Civic Auditorium Parking Lot (immediately adjacent to the auditorium). A bike valet will also be provided.

If you require any special disability related accommodations (i.e. sign language interpreting, access to an amplified sound system, etc.) please contact Community & Cultural Services by calling (310) 458-8310 or emailing ccs@smgov.net at least 3 days prior to the workshop.