Weekly Review July 25 – 31

NOTE: In response to State, County and City Covid-19 restrictions, most meetings are accessible to the public by remote teleconference only. As restrictions are lifted, meetings will be available by teleconference only, as hybrid meetings with in-person public attendance and additional access by audio or video teleconferencing, or as in-person meetings only. Check meeting agendas for specific instructions for public participation.

This Weekly Review features public meetings as of the time of publication, July 24 at 11:00 am. Meeting status changes will be updated as they are announced throughout the week, here on the Santa Cruz Online website.


County of Santa Cruz

The County Hazardous Materials Advisory Commission will meet Wednesday, July 28 at 9:00 am by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The County Workforce Development Board Career Services Committee will meet Wednesday, July 28 at 3:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The County Commission on the Environment will meet Wednesday, July 28 at 5:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

  • B. Presentation on Climate Action Strategy annual report, greenhouse gas emissions update, and CAS update process.

City of Capitola

The Capitola Architectural & Site Review Committee is scheduled to meet Wednesday, July 28 at 3:30 pm by remote teleconference. The agenda and instructions for public participation will be available HERE 72 hours before the meeting.


Water Organizations

The Scotts Valley Water District Executive and Public Affairs Committee Meeting scheduled for Monday, July 26 is CANCELLED.


The Scotts Valley Water District Engineering and Water Resources Committee will meet Monday, July 26 at 4:00 pm in a hybrid meeting at the Santa Margarita Community Room, 2 Civic Center Drive in Scotts Valley. Committee Members and members of the public may attend the meeting remotely or at the physical location. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The Soquel Creek Water District Finance and Administrative Services Committee will meet Wednesday, July 26 at 4:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The Pajaro Valley Water Management Agency Projects & Facility Operations Committee will meet Wednesday, July 28 at 3:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

  • 8. Receive Projects & Programs Update
    • a. College Lake Integrated Resources Management Project
    • b. Watsonville Slough System Managed Aquifer Recharge & Recovery Projects
    • c. Recycled Water Facility Improvements Project
    • d. Pajaro Valley Sustainable Groundwater Planning Project (SGMA 5-Yr Update)

The Scotts Valley Water District Finance and Personnel Committee will meet Wednesday, July 28 at 4:00 pm in a hybrid meeting at the Santa Margarita Community Room, 2 Civic Center Drive in Scotts Valley. Committee Members and members of the public may attend the meeting remotely or at the physical location. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


Other Organizations

The Santa Cruz Port Commission will meet Tuesday, July 27 at 5:00 pm in a Special Closed Session and at 7:00 pm in a Regular Public Session at the Harbor Public Meeting Room, 365 A, Lake Avenue in Santa Cruz. This is an in-person meeting. Click HERE for the agenda.


Commission and Advisory Bodies Vacancies

  • There are 15 vacancies on City of Capitola Commissions and advisory bodies. Click HERE for the list of vacancies and instructions to apply for appointments.
  • There are 30 vacancies on County Commissions and Advisory Bodies. Click HERE for the list of vacancies. Click HERE for instructions to apply for appointment to a County advisory body. Click HERE for the County Membership Roster For Active Commissions, Committees, Task Forces And Advisory Bodies
  • There are 2 vacancies on the Santa Cruz City Commissions and Advisory Bodies. Click HERE for the list of Santa Cruz City Advisory Body vacancies.
  • There are 12 vacancies on Scotts Valley City Commissions and Advisory Bodies. Click HERE for the list of vacancies. Click HERE for instructions to apply for appointments.
  • There are 16 vacancies on Watsonville City Commissions and Advisory Bodies. Click HERE for the list of vacancies. Click HERE for instructions to apply for appointments.

The information on Santa Cruz Online is valid at the time of publication. Click HERE to contact the webmaster with corrections or additions.

Weekly Review July 18 – 24

NOTE: In response to State, County and City Covid-19 restrictions, most meetings are accessible to the public by remote teleconference only. As restrictions are lifted, some meetings may return to in-person public attendance with additional access by audio or video teleconferencing. Check meeting agendas for specific instructions for public participation.

This Weekly Review features public meetings as of the time of publication, July 17 at 11:00 am. Meeting status changes will be updated as they are announced throughout the week, here on the Santa Cruz Online website.


County of Santa Cruz

The County Human Services Commission will meet Wednesday, July 21 at 8:30 am by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The County Fire Department Advisory Commission is scheduled to meet Wednesday, July 21 at 4:00 pm by remote teleconference. The Agenda and instructions for public participation will be available HERE 72 hours before the meeting.


The County Equal Employment Opportunity Commission will meet Wednesday, July 21 at 5:30 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the Agenda and instructions for public participation.


City of Santa Cruz

The SC City Zoning Administrator will meet Wednesday, July 21 at 10:00 am by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the Agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

  • 415 Mott AvenueDesign Permit and Coastal Permit to construct an addition on an existing single family residence to a substandard lot listed in the Historic Building Survey located in the R-L/CZ-O (Multiple Residences – Low Density/Coastal Zone – Overlay) zone district and within the Seabright Area Plan. (Environmental Determination; Categorical Exemption). This project requires a Coastal Permit which is appealable to the California Coastal Commission after all possible appeals are exhausted through the City.
  • 121 Oxford WayResidential Demolition Authorization Permit to demolish an existing single family dwelling and Design Permit to construct a single family dwelling exceeding 3,000 square feet (approximately 4,118 square feet) on a parcel located within the R-1-5 (Single-Family Residence) zone district. (Environmental Determination: Categorical Exemption)
  • 1040 River StreetMinor Land Division to subdivide one lot (55,373 sf) into two lots (40,069 sf and 15,304 sq. ft.) at the Tannery Arts Center in order to separate two individual entities/buildings, and a Minor Modification to Zoning Permit 04-261 to recognize the lot standard modifications allowed as part of the original Planned Development Permit in the IG (General Industrial) zone district. (Environmental Determination: Categorical Exemption)

The SC City Downtown Commission meeting scheduled for Thursday July 22 is CANCELLED.


City of Capitola

The Capitola City Council will meet Wednesday, July 21 at 7:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the Agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

  • Gas Powered Leaf Blower Ban – The commission has been considering pros and cons of gas-powered and electric/battery leaf blowers but concluded that further research and comparisons to other landscape equipment was necessary to further evaluate the need for a citywide ban.
  • Rispin Park Riparian Restoration – The city’s consulting riparian restoration specialist, George McMenamin prepared an evaluation of the existing landscape and a proposed project budget for the removal of invasive species and riparian restoration of three overgrown areas within Rispin Park.

City of Scotts Valley

The Scotts Valley City Council meeting scheduled for Wednesday, July 21 is CANCELLED.


City of Watsonville

The Watsonville Parks and Recreation Commission will meet Monday, July 19 at 6:30 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the Agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

  • Update Parks And Recreation Commission Workplan by Parks and Community Services Director Nick Calubaquib.

Water Organizations

The San Lorenzo Valley Water District Engineering Committee will hold a Special Meeting Tuesday, July 20 at 2:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the Agenda and instructions for public participation.


The Soquel Creek Water District Board of Directors will meet Tuesday, July 20 at 7:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the Agenda and instructions for public participation.


The Pajaro Valley Water Management Agency Board of Directors will meet Wednesday, July 21 at 7:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the Agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

  • Consider Resolution 2021-12, Finding, Determining, and Declaring that the Public Interest and Necessity Require the Acquisition of an Easement in Certain Real Property (Assessor’s Parcel Number 051-101-07) by Eminent Domain.
  • Consider Adopting Resolution 2021-13, Recognizing State of California Drought Declaration and Requesting a 15% Reduction of Water Use Compared to Water Year 2020.

The Santa Margarita Groundwater Agency Board of Directors will meet Thursday, July 22 at 5:30 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the Agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

  • Groundwater Sustainability Plan Public Review Draft – Receive the Draft Groundwater Sustainability Plan for Santa Margarita Groundwater Basin and open the public comment period.

Fire Districts

The Ben Lomond Fire Protection District Board of Directors will meet Wednesday, July 21 at 9:00 am by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the Agenda and instructions for public participation.


Other Organizations

The SCPL Library Advisory Commission will meet Monday, June 19 at 6:30 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the Agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

  • Meeting Room Policy

The Central Coast Community Energy Executive Committee meeting scheduled for Wednesday, July 21 is CANCELLED.


The Santa Cruz Metro Board of Directors is schedule to meet Friday July 23 at 9:00 am by remote teleconference. The Agenda and instructions for public participation will be available HERE 72 hours before the meeting.


Commission and Advisory Bodies Vacancies

  • There are 15 vacancies on City of Capitola Commissions and advisory bodies. Click HERE for the list of vacancies and instructions to apply for appointments.
  • There are 30 vacancies on County Commissions and Advisory Bodies. Click HERE for the list of vacancies. Click HERE for instructions to apply for appointment to a County advisory body. Click HERE for the County Membership Roster For Active Commissions, Committees, Task Forces And Advisory Bodies
  • There are 2 vacancies on the Santa Cruz City Commissions and Advisory Bodies. Click HERE for the list of Santa Cruz City Advisory Body vacancies.
  • There are 12 vacancies on Scotts Valley City Commissions and Advisory Bodies. Click HERE for the list of vacancies. Click HERE for instructions to apply for appointments.
  • There are 16 vacancies on Watsonville City Commissions and Advisory Bodies. Click HERE for the list of vacancies. Click HERE for instructions to apply for appointments.

The information on Santa Cruz Online is valid at the time of publication. Click HERE to contact the webmaster with corrections or additions.

Weekly Review July 11 – 17

NOTE: In response to State, County and City Covid-19 restrictions, most meetings are accessible to the public by remote teleconference only. As restrictions are lifted, some meetings may return to in-person public attendance with additional access by audio or video teleconferencing. Check meeting agendas for specific instructions for public participation.

This Weekly Review features public meetings as of the time of publication, July 10 at 10:30 am. Meeting status changes will be updated as they are announced throughout the week, here on the Santa Cruz Online website.

For environmental meetings, go to Santa Cruz Environmental Review.


County of Santa Cruz

The County Historic Resources Commission will meet Monday, July 12 at 9:30 am by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The County Arts Commission will meet Monday, July 12 at 4:30 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The County Substance Use Disorder Commission will meet Monday, July 12 at 5:30 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The County Planning Commission will meet Wednesday, July 14 at 9:30 am by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

Consent Items

  • 5050 Wilder Dr., D, Soquel Proposal to extend the expiration date of Minor Land Division 181016 (a proposal to divide a 25,116.12 square foot parcel with eight existing apartment units into two parcels of 12,752.39 square feet (Lot A) and 13,636.73 square feet (Lot B), each containing four apartment units, together with minor revisions to the original site plan approved by prior Residential Development Permits 78-1636-U and 81-148-PD and the addition of a carport on proposed Lot A) from May 8, 2021 to May 8, 2026. Requires a Time Extension and a determination that the project is exempt from further review under the California Environmental Quality Act. Property is located off of Capitola Road on Wilder Drive (5050 Wilder Drive), in Soquel.

Scheduled Items

  • Renewal of the Partners in Restoration (PIR) Master Permit for construction of environmentally beneficial projects at various locations throughout the County – extends permit for 5 years to expire 4/13/2026. Requires approval for renewal of a Coastal Development Permit, Riparian Exception, Grading Permit and Encroachment Permit and adoption of an addendum to a Mitigated Negative Declaration pursuant to the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act.
  • 979 17th Ave., Santa CruzProposal to construct a library annex at the Simpkins Swim Center. Requires a Commercial Development Permit, a Coastal Development Permit, and a determination that the project is exempt from further review under the California Environmental Quality Act. Property is located approximately 300 feet south of the intersection of 17th Avenue and Kinsley Street in the Live Oak planning area (979 17th Ave).

The County Mobile and Manufactured Home Commission will meet Thursday, July 15 at 9:30 am by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

  • 4.1. Reasonable Rate of Return on Capital Improvements Recommendation
  • 4.2. Space Fee Recommendation
  • 4.3. CPI Adjustment Letters
  • 4.4. Proposed Amendments to Sections 13.32.070 and 13.32.080 of Chapter 13.32 of the County Code

The County Mental Health Advisory Board is scheduled to meet Wednesday, July 15 at 3:00 pm at the Health Services Agency, 1400 Emeline Avenue, Room 207, Santa Cruz. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The County Civil Service Commission will meet Thursday, July 15 at 5:45 pm by remote teleconference. The agenda and instructions for public participation will be available HERE 72 hours before the meeting.


The County Zoning Administrator will meet Friday, July 16 at 9:00 am by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

  • 464 Oceanview Dr., Watsonville Proposal to operate a five-bedroom vacation rental. Requires a Vacation Rental Permit and a determination that the proposal is exempt from further review under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). Property is located on the southwest side of Oceanview Drive at 464 Oceanview Drive.
  • 278 Beach Dr., AptosProposal to operate a four-bedroom vacation rental. Requires a Vacation Rental Permit, an On-Site Parking Exception, and a determination that the proposal is exempt from further review under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). Property located on the south side of Beach Drive at 278 Beach Drive in Aptos.
  • 8 Mesa Way, WatsonvilleProposal to demolish an existing 1,200 square foot single family dwelling and construct a new 2,289 square foot two story single family dwelling. Project includes approximately 650 cubic yards of grading. Requires a Coastal Development Permit and Minor Exception to increase the allowed 50% Floor Area Ratio (FAR) to 51%.

City of Santa Cruz

The SC City Parks & Recreation Commission will meet Monday, July 12 at 4:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

  • 4. Ordinance Amending Chapter 13.40 of the Santa Cruz Municipal Code Related to Park Adoptions. – “The purpose of the Adopt-a-Park program was, in part, to create a formal manner in which the department could leverage volunteer support and/or financial support for departmental operations. For example, volunteers could commit to maintain specific trails over a defined time period;
  • 5. Ordinance Amending Chapter 13.04 of the Santa Cruz Municipal Code Related to Louden (London) Nelson Community Center.

The SC City Sister Cities Committee will meet Monday, July 12 at 7:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The SC City Water Commission will meet Monday, July 12 at 7:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

  • 5. Water Rate Structures – Feedback from Single-Family Residence Customer Panels on Rate Structure Approaches.
  • 6. Future Water Rate Options Using Three Water Rate Structures
  • 7. State and Federal Initiatives for Low Income Water Rate Assistance Programs

The SC City Planning Commission meeting scheduled for Thursday, July 15 is CANCELLED.


City of Capitola

The Capitola Art & Cultural Commission will meet Tuesday, July 13 at 6:30 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The Capitola Architectural & Site Review Committee is scheduled to meet Wednesday, July 14 at 3:30 pm by remote teleconference. The agenda and instructions for public participation will be available HERE 72 hours before the meeting.


The Capitola Planning Commission is scheduled to meet Thursday, July 15 at 7:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

Consent Calendar

  • Tree Removal in Cherry Avenue Right-of-WayTree Removal Application for the removal of one date palm tree located within the MU-V (Mixed-Use Village) zoning district. The date palm is located adjacent to 102 Cherry Avenue at the East end of Cherry Avenue between Cherry Avenue and Monterey Avenue. Note: Request to Continue to September 2, 2021. This project is in the Coastal Zone but does not require a Coastal Development Permit. Environmental Determination: Categorical Exemption.
  • 4855 Topaz StreetDesign Permit for a new attached garage on an existing nonconforming single-family residence and a new attached Accessory Dwelling Unit (approved ministerially) located within the R-1 (Single-Family Residential) zoning district. This project is in the Coastal Zone and requires a Coastal Development Permit which is not appealable to the California Coastal Commission. Environmental Determination: Categorical Exemption.

Public Hearings

  • 4875 Opal StreetDesign Permit for the construction of a new single-family residence on a vacant lot located within the R-1 (Single-Family Residential) zoning district. This project is in the Coastal Zone and requires a Coastal Development Permit which is not appealable to the California Coastal Commission.Environmental Determination: Categorical Exemption.
  • SB2 Pre-Approved ADU Program Overview – Introduction to SB2 Pre-Approved Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) Program. Representative: Matt Orbach, Associate Planner, City of Capitola.

City of Scotts Valley

The Scotts Valley Arts Commission is scheduled to meet Wednesday, July 14 at 5:00 pm by remote teleconference. The agenda and instructions for public participation will be available HERE 72 hours before the meeting.


The Scotts Valley Parks & Recreation Commission is scheduled to meet Thursday, July 15 at 6:00 pm by remote teleconference. The agenda and instructions for public participation will be available HERE 72 hours before the meeting.


Water Districts

The Pajaro Valley Water Management Agency Administration and Finance Committee is scheduled to meet Tuesday, July 13 at 3:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The San Lorenzo Valley Water District Board of Directors will meet Thursday, July 15 at 5:30 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


Fire Districts

The Central Fire District will hold a Special Board Meeting Tuesday, July 13 at 9:00 am by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The Scotts Valley Fire Protection District Board of Directors will meet Wednesday, July 14 at 6:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


Other Organizations

The Resource Conservation District of Santa Cruz County Board of Directors will meet Wednesday, July 14 at 6:30 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for information and instructions for public participation.


The Boulder Creek Recreation and Park District Board of Directors will meet Wednesday, July 14 at 7:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for information and instructions for public participation.


Commission and Advisory Bodies Vacancies

  • There are 15 vacancies on City of Capitola Commissions and advisory bodies. Click HERE for the list of vacancies and instructions to apply for appointments.
  • There are 31 vacancies on County Commissions and Advisory Bodies. Click HERE for the list of vacancies. Click HERE for instructions to apply for appointment to a County advisory body. Click HERE for the County Membership Roster For Active Commissions, Committees, Task Forces And Advisory Bodies
  • There are 2 vacancies on the Santa Cruz City Commissions and Advisory Bodies. Click HERE for the list of Santa Cruz City Advisory Body vacancies.
  • There are 12 vacancies on Scotts Valley City Commissions and Advisory Bodies. Click HERE for the list of vacancies. Click HERE for instructions to apply for appointments.
  • There are 16 vacancies on Watsonville City Commissions and Advisory Bodies. Click HERE for the list of vacancies. Click HERE for instructions to apply for appointments.

The information on Santa Cruz Online is valid at the time of publication. Click HERE to contact the webmaster with corrections or additions.

Weekly Review July 4 – 10

NOTE: In response to State, County and City Covid-19 restrictions, most meetings are accessible to the public by remote teleconference only. As restrictions are lifted, some meetings may return to in-person public attendance with additional access by audio or video teleconferencing. Check meeting agendas for specific instructions for public participation.

This Weekly Review features public meetings as of the time of publication, July 3 at 9:30 am. Meeting status changes will be updated as they are announced throughout the week, here on the Santa Cruz Online website.

For environmental meetings, go to Santa Cruz Environmental Review.


County of Santa Cruz

The County Housing Advisory Commission will meet Wednesday, July 7 at 1:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and click HERE for instructions for public participation.


The County Integrated Community Health Center Commission will meet Thursday, July 8 at 11:00 am by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The County Juvenile Justice Delinquency Prevention Commission is scheduled to meet Thursday, July 8 at 5:30 pm by remote teleconference. The agenda and instructions for public participation will be available HERE 72 hours before the meeting.


City of Santa Cruz

The SC City Zoning Administrator is scheduled to meet Wednesday, July 7 at 10 am by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

Public Hearings

  • 545 Pacific AvenueAdministrative Use Permit to establish a new restaurant and low risk alcohol outlet with an outdoor seating area in the CBD-E (Central Business District – Lower Pacific) zone district and within the Beach and South of Laurel Area Plan. (Environmental Determination; Categorical Exemption)
  • 1040 River StreetAdministrative Use Permit to establish a new restaurant and low risk alcohol outlet with an outdoor seating area in the CBD-E (Central Business District – Lower Pacific) zone district and within the Beach and South of Laurel Area Plan. Environmental Determination; Categorical Exemption.
  • 158 Forest AvenueCoastal Development Permit and Design Permit for construction of an approximately 304-linear foot 8-inch sewer line that would be parallel to and replace an existing 6-inch sewer pipeline in the R-1-5/P-K/CZ-O/SP-O (Single-Family Residence/Parks/Coastal Zone Overlay/Shoreline Protection Overlay) zone district. Environmental Determination: Mitigated Negative Declaration.

City of Scotts Valley

The Scotts Valley City Council meeting scheduled for Wednesday, July 7 is CANCELLED.


The Scotts Valley Planning Commission meeting scheduled for Thursday, July 8 is CANCELLED.


City of Watsonville

The Watsonville City Council will meet Tuesday, July 6 at 5:30 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agendas and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

Consent Agenda

  • 8x. Declaration of condition of the property at 1773 Santa Victoria Avenue (Sunshine Gardens Subdivision) a Public Nuisance

Public Hearings

  • 11a. Public Hearing for approval of a major modification to major subdivision; Special Use Permit with design review & specific development plan; & addendum No. 2 to certified Environmental Impact Report

New Business

  • 12a. Report on California Elections Code Section 9212 regarding the Watsonville Planned Growth & Farmland Protection Initiative petition

Water Districts

The Soquel Creek Water District Board of Directors meeting scheduled for Tuesday, July 6 is CANCELLED.


The San Lorenzo Valley Water District Environmental Committee meeting scheduled for Thursday, July 8 is CANCELLED.


The Pajaro Valley Water Management Agency Ad Hoc Sustainable Groundwater Committee meeting #10 will meet Thursday, July 8 at 2:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for information and instructions for public participation.


The Scotts Valley Water District Board of Directors will meet Thursday, July 8 at 6:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for information and instructions for public participation.


The San Lorenzo Valley Water District Board of Directors will hold a Special Meeting Thursday, July 8 at 6:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


Fire Protection Districts

The Felton Fire Protection District Board of Directors is scheduled to meet Monday, July 5 at 6:00 pm by remote teleconference. The agenda and instructions for public participation will be available HERE 72 hours before the meeting.


The Central Fire District Board of Directors will meet Thursday, July 8 at 9:00 am by remote teleconference. Click HERE for information and instructions for public participation.


Other Organizations

The California Coastal Commission will meet Wednesday, July 7, and Thursday, July 8 at 9:00 am by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agendas and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

Thursday July 8 – Central Coast District

  • 19a PUBLIC WORKS PLANSanta Cruz County PWP No. PWP-3-VTP-21-0003-1Public hearing and action on Public Works Plan submitted by Santa Cruz County Resource Conservation District comprising a 10-year vegetation treatment program to enhance ecosystems and improve wildfire resilience, undertaken pursuant to the Board of Forestry’s certified California Vegetation Treatment Program Programmatic Environmental Impact Report, throughout the Santa Cruz County coastal zone.

Commission and Advisory Bodies Vacancies

  • There are 15 vacancies on City of Capitola Commissions and advisory bodies. Click HERE for the list of vacancies and instructions to apply for appointments.
  • There are 32 vacancies on County Commissions and Advisory Bodies. Click HERE for the list of vacancies. Click HERE for instructions to apply for appointment to a County advisory body. Click HERE for the County Membership Roster For Active Commissions, Committees, Task Forces And Advisory Bodies
  • There is 1 vacancy on the Santa Cruz City Commissions and Advisory Bodies. Click HERE for the list of Santa Cruz City Advisory Body vacancies.
  • There are 12 vacancies on Scotts Valley City Commissions and Advisory Bodies. Click HERE for the list of vacancies. Click HERE for instructions to apply for appointments.
  • There are 16 vacancies on Watsonville City Commissions and Advisory Bodies. Click HERE for the list of vacancies. Click HERE for instructions to apply for appointments.

The information on Santa Cruz Online is valid at the time of publication. Click HERE to contact the webmaster with corrections or additions.

Weekly Review June 27 – July 3

NOTE: In response to State, County and City Covid-19 restrictions, most meetings are accessible to the public by remote teleconference only. As restrictions are lifted, some meetings may return to in-person public attendance with additional access by audio or video teleconferencing. Check meeting agendas for specific instructions for public participation.

This Weekly Review features public meetings as of the time of publication, June 26 at 11:00 am. Meeting status changes will be updated as they are announced throughout the week, here on the Santa Cruz Online website.

For environmental meetings, go to Santa Cruz Environmental Review.


County of Santa Cruz

First District Supervisor Manu Koening will hold a Constituent and Agenda Review Meeting Monday, June 21 at 6:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for information and instructions for public participation.


The County Board of Supervisors will meet Tuesday, June 22 at 9:00 am by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

Consent Agenda

  • 18. Adopt ordinance amending Chapter 15.01 and sections 13.03.050, 13.10.418.A, 13.10.352.B and 14.01.411 of the Santa Cruz County Code regarding Parkland Dedication and In-Lieu Fees; and adding Chapter 15.03 regarding Park Impact Fees and Chapter 15.05 regarding Trail and Coastal Access (approved in concept June 8, 2021)
  • 26. Adopt resolution accepting unanticipated revenue in the amount of $476,821 from Santa Cruz Libraries Facilities Financing Authority 2017 Special Tax Bond funds for County library projects, as recommended by the County Administrative Officer
  • 33. Accept and file report on all-virtual Board of Supervisors meetings, and transition Board of Supervisors meetings to a hybrid model beginning August 10, 2021, as recommended by the County Administrative Officer.
  • 39. Accept and file status report on emergency work by Envirosafe for replacement of a leaking fuel vault at the Loma Prieta Volunteer Fire Station (R3-0147), and for replacement and relocation of the leaking fuel vault from Martin Volunteer Fire Station to McDermott Volunteer Fire Station (R30148), as recommended by the Director of General Services.
  • 63. Adopt resolution approving grant from State Coastal Conservancy for Moran Lake Restoration, adopt resolution accepting grant revenue in the amount of $360,000, approve agreement with Balance Hydrologics, Inc. in the amount of $401,000 including a design contingency of $41,103, authorize the Parks Director to sign the agreement, approve change orders up to $41,103, and approve extensions to contract term, as recommended by the Director of Parks, Open Space & Cultural Services.
  • 64. Schedule a public hearing on Tuesday, August 10, 2021, beginning at 9:00 AM or thereafter, to consider amendments to Santa Cruz County Code Chapters 13.10 and 13.20 related to Accessory Dwelling Units and Coastal Development Permit Waiver, to consider CEQA Notice of Exemption, and take related actions, as recommended by the Planning Director.

Regular Agenda

  • 8. Public Hearing to accept comments and any protests on the renewal of the Santa Cruz County Tourism Marketing District (TMD), accept and file the amended TMD Plan, consider adopting a resolution renewing the TMD, and take related actions, as outlined in the memorandum of the County Administrative Officer.
  • 10. Consider approval of the Measure D 5-Year Plan for 2021-22 Fiscal Year and take related actions, as outlined in the memorandum of the Deputy CAO, Director of Public Works.

The County Board of Supervisors Budget Hearings will continue Tuesday, June 22 at 1:30 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

Regular Agenda

  • 56. Public hearing to consider resolution approving amendments to the Unified Fee Schedule (UFS) for Fiscal Year 2021-22, including the addendum, as provided in the referenced budget documents and outlined in the memorandum of the County Administrative Officer.

Last Day Reports

  • Final Department Reports

The County Library Financing Authority will meet Wednesday, June 30 at 6:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The County Integrated Community Health Center Commission will meet Thursday, July 1 at 11:00 am by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


City of Santa Cruz

The SC City Public Safety Committee will meet Wednesday, June 30 at 5:30 pm by remote teleconference. The agenda and instructions for public participation will be available HERE 72 hours before the meeting.


The SC City Planning Commission meeting scheduled for Thursday, July 1 is CANCELLED.


City of Capitola

The Capitola Historical Museum Board is scheduled to meet Thursday, July 1 at 5:30 pm by remote teleconference. The agenda and instructions for public participation will be available HERE 72 hours before the meeting.


Water Districts

The San Lorenzo Valley Water District Board of Directors will reconvene Monday, June 28 at 5:30 pm by remote teleconference. A regular meeting of the Board of Directors of the San Lorenzo Valley Water District, held on Thursday, June 17, 2021, starting at 5:30 p.m., was adjourned early by order of the Board due to power outages in the San Lorenzo Valley. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The Pajaro Valley Water Management Agency Projects & Facility Operations Committee will meet Wednesday, June 30 at 3:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


Environmental Organizations

The Valley Womens Club Environmental Committee will meet Saturday, June 3 at 10:00 am by remote teleconference. Contact Nancy Macy for meeting details. 338-6578 or (cell) 345-1555. Organizer: valleywomensclub@gmail.com


Other Organizations

The Clares Street Improvement Project Community Workshop will be held Wednesday, June 30 at 6:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for information and instructions for public participation.

The California Coastal Commission will meet Wednesday, July 7 and Thursday, July 8, beginning at 9:00 am by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agendas. Agenda items include:

  • Thursday, July 8, Central Coast District, Agenda Item 19a. Public Works PlanPublic hearing and action on Public Works Plan submitted by Santa Cruz County Resource Conservation District comprising a 10-year vegetation treatment program to enhance ecosystems and improve wildfire resilience, undertaken pursuant to the Board of Forestry’s certified California Vegetation Treatment Program Programmatic Environmental Impact Report, throughout the Santa Cruz County coastal zone. Comments on agenda items must be submitted by 5:00 pm, Friday, July 1.

Commission and Advisory Bodies Vacancies

  • There are 15 vacancies on City of Capitola Commissions and advisory bodies. Click HERE for the list of vacancies and instructions to apply for appointments.
  • There are 32 vacancies on County Commissions and Advisory Bodies. Click HERE for the list of vacancies. Click HERE for instructions to apply for appointment to a County advisory body. Click HERE for the County Membership Roster For Active Commissions, Committees, Task Forces And Advisory Bodies
  • There is 1 vacancy on the Santa Cruz City Commissions and Advisory Bodies. Click HERE for the list of Santa Cruz City Advisory Body vacancies.
  • There are 12 vacancies on Scotts Valley City Commissions and Advisory Bodies. Click HERE for the list of vacancies. Click HERE for instructions to apply for appointments.
  • There are 16 vacancies on Watsonville City Commissions and Advisory Bodies. Click HERE for the list of vacancies. Click HERE for instructions to apply for appointments.

The information on Santa Cruz Online is valid at the time of publication. Click HERE to contact the webmaster with corrections or additions.

Weekly Review June 20 – 26

NOTE: In response to State, County and City Covid-19 restrictions, most meetings are accessible to the public by remote teleconference only. As restrictions are lifted, some meetings may return to in-person public attendance with additional access by audio or video teleconferencing. Check meeting agendas for specific instructions for public participation.

This Weekly Review features public meetings as of the time of publication, June 19 at 11:00 am. Meeting status changes will be updated as they are announced throughout the week, here on the Santa Cruz Online website.

For environmental meetings, go to Santa Cruz Environmental Review.


County of Santa Cruz

The County Board of Supervisors Budget Hearings will be held Monday, June 21 at 9:00 am by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

Consent Agenda

  • Proposed budgets for the Department of Child Support Services; Assessor-Recorder; Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments (AMBAG); Auditor-Controller-Treasurer-Tax Collector; Board of Supervisors; Cannabis Licensing Office; Office of the County Council; County Administrative Office and Clerk of the Board; County Clerk/Elections Office; General Services Department; Information Services; Personnel and Risk management; General County Revenues; Debt Service; Contingencies; the Technology.

Regular Agenda

  • Proposed budgets for the Collective of Results and Evidenced-Based (CORE) Investments and Set Aside; Human Services Department; and Health Services Agency.

The County Board of Supervisors Continued Budget Hearings will be held Tuesday, June 22 at 9:00 am by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

Consent Agenda

  • Proposed budgets for Agricultural Commissioner; Agricultural Cooperative Extension; Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO); Library Fund; Monterey Bay Ar Resources District; Redevelopment Successor Agency.

Regular Agenda

  • Proposed budgets for Parks, Open Space and Cultural Services Department; Planning Department and Housing Funds; Department of Public Works; Plant Acquisition Section of Capitol projects.

The County Board of Supervisors Continued Budget Hearings scheduled for Wednesday, June 23 is CANCELLED.


The Housing Authority of the County of Santa Cruz Board of Commissioners will meet Wednesday, June 23 at 11:30 am by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The County Board of Supervisors Continued Budget Hearings will be held Thursday, June 24 at 9:00 am by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

Consent Agenda

  • Proposed Budgets for Communications Center; Animal Control Services; Contribution to Superior Court; County Fire Protection; Grand Jury.

Regular Agenda

  • Proposed budgets for District Attorney-Public Administrator; Public Defender; Probation Department; Sheriff-Coroner; Office of Response, Recovery & Resilience.

The County RTC Interagency Technical Advisory Committee will meet Thursday, June 24 at 1:30 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

  • Go Santa Cruz County update
    • Transportation demand management (TDM) services to Santa Cruz County with the goal of using the existing transportation system more effectively by assisting travelers to use various modes of transportation, especially sustainable transportation modes.

The County Workforce Development Board Executive Committee will meet Friday, June 25 at 8:30 am by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The County In-Home Supportive Services Advisory Commission will meet Friday, June 25 at 3:00 pm by remote teleconference. The agenda and instructions for public participation will be available HERE 72 hours before the meeting..


City of Santa Cruz

The SC City Transportation and Public Works Commission will meet Monday, June 21 at 6:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

  • Request for Proposals for a Regional Santa Cruz County Bike Share System

The SC City Council will meet Tuesday, June 22 at 8:30 am by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

8:30 am – Closed Session

11:30 am – Open Session

Consent Agenda

  • 19. Economic Development Administration Wharf Grant Appropriation
  • 29. Murray Street Bridge Seismic Retrofit – Memorandum of Understanding Between the City and Santa Cruz Port District
  • 34. PG&E Streetlight Acquisition – Resolution of Necessity in Connection with Acquisition of Street Lighting Facilities owned by PG&E within City’s Territorial Boundaries – Budget Adjustment

Public Hearings

  • 40. 2nd Reading and Final Adoption of Ordinance No. 2021-13 Amending Chapters 10.64, 10.65, and 4.02 of the Santa Cruz Municipal Code Pertaining to Special Events

General Business

  • 41. Regional Santa Cruz County Bike Share System – Request for Proposals
  • 42. Approval of a Contract with Kimley-Horn and Associates for Consultant Services for the Downtown Plan Expansion Project
  • 43. Resolutions Requesting the Placement of a Sales and Use Tax Ballot Measure on the November 2021 Special Municipal Election, or Aligned with State of California’s Gubernatorial Recall Election
  • 44. Resolution Ordering an Election to be Held on November 2, 2021 for a Santa Cruz City Charter Amendment to be Placed on the Ballot to Allocate 20 Percent of General Fund Revenue Received from Cannabis Business Tax to Youth and Early Childhood Development Programs

6:00 pmOral Communications

General Business

  • 45. Downtown Library Site Re-Use Visioning Progress Report
  • 46. Updates on Recent Council Direction Related to Homelessness and the Camping Services and Standards Ordinance.

The SC City Arana Gulch Adaptive Management Working Group will meet Tuesday, June 22 in-person at 9:00 am at the west end of the Arana Gulch Trail opposite the Santa Cruz Bible Church, and virtually at 11:00 am. Click HERE for information and instructions for public participation. Click HERE for the agenda. Click HERE for the full agenda packet.


The Santa Cruz METRO Board of Directors is scheduled to meet Friday, June 25 at 9:00 am by remote teleconference. The agenda and instructions for public participation will be available HERE 72 hours before the meeting.


City of Capitola

The Capitola Architectural & Site Review Committee is scheduled to meet Wednesday, June 23 at 3:30 pm by remote teleconference. The agenda and instructions for public participation will be available HERE 72 hours before the meeting.


The Capitola City Council will meet Thursday, June 24 at 6:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

Consent Agenda

  • C. Update on Regional Bikeshare Program and Issuance of Request for Proposal

General Government

  • D. Consider the Fiscal Year 2021/2022 Budget and Capital Improvement Program for the City of Capitola

City of Watsonville

The Watsonville City Council will meet Tuesday, June 22 at 5:30 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

Reports to Council

  • 7a. Fireworks enforcement presentation by Assistant Police Chief Sims & Fire Chief Lopez

Consent Agenda

  • 8g. Ocean Protection Council Proposition 1 Environmental Justice Program grant application for Middle Struve Slough Water Quality & Habitat Improvement Project in the amount of $1,086,499.95.

New Business

  • 11a. Santa Cruz County-Wide Single Vendor Bike Share System

Water Districts

The Scotts Valley Water District Executive and Public Affairs Committee will meet Monday, June 21 at 11:00 am by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The Scotts Valley Water District Engineering and Water Resources Committee will meet Monday, June 21 at 4:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The Scotts Valley Water Finance and Personnel Committee will meet Wednesday, June 23 at 4:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


Environmental Organizations

The Sierra Club Santa Cruz Group Conservation Committee is scheduled to meet Wednesday, June 23 at 6:30 pm. The agenda and instructions for public participation will be available HERE 72 hours before the meeting.


Other Organizations

The Santa Cruz Port District will meet Tuesday, June 22 at 7:00 pm at the Harbor Public Meeting Room, 365 A Lake Avenue in Santa Cruz. This in-person meeting is open to the public. Click HERE for the agenda. Agenda items include:

  • 9. Approval of Resolution 21-01 –Authorizing the Port Director to Execute the Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Santa Cruz and the Santa Cruz Port District for the Murray Street Bridge Seismic Retrofit / Barrier Replacement Project.
  • 10. Review Site Plan Concepts for Port District Owned Property at 1025 7th Avenue

The Central Coast Community Energy Audit & Finance Committee meeting scheduled for Wednesday, June 23 is CANCELLED.


The Santa Margarita Groundwater Agency Board of Directors will meet Thursday, June 24 at 5:30 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


Commission and Advisory Bodies Vacancies

  • There are 15 vacancies on City of Capitola Commissions and advisory bodies. Click HERE for the list of vacancies and instructions to apply for appointments.
  • There are 32 vacancies on County Commissions and Advisory Bodies. Click HERE for the list of vacancies. Click HERE for instructions to apply for appointment to a County advisory body. Click HERE for the County Membership Roster For Active Commissions, Committees, Task Forces And Advisory Bodies
  • There is 1 vacancy on the Santa Cruz City Commissions and Advisory Bodies. Click HERE for the list of Santa Cruz City Advisory Body vacancies.
  • There are 12 vacancies on Scotts Valley City Commissions and Advisory Bodies. Click HERE for the list of vacancies. Click HERE for instructions to apply for appointments.
  • There are 16 vacancies on Watsonville City Commissions and Advisory Bodies. Click HERE for the list of vacancies. Click HERE for instructions to apply for appointments.

The information on Santa Cruz Online is valid at the time of publication. Click HERE to contact the webmaster with corrections or additions.

Weekly Review June 13 – 19

NOTE: In response to State, County and City Covid-19 restrictions, most meetings are accessible to the public by remote teleconference only. As restrictions are lifted, some meetings may return to in-person public attendance with additional access by audio or video teleconfernecing. Check meeting agendas for specific instructions for public participation.

This Weekly Review features public meetings as of the time of publication, June 12 at 11:00 am. Meeting status changes will be updated as they are announced throughout the week, here on the Santa Cruz Online website.


County of Santa Cruz

The County Regional Transportation Bicycle Advisory Committee will meet Monday, June 14 at 6:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

  • Highway 1 – State Park to Freedom Auxiliary Lanes and Bus on Shoulder Project & Coastal Rail Trail Segment 12 Professional Engineering Services Contract Award & Addition of Interim Trail Alternative.
  • Capitola Trestle Update, Interim Trail Alternative, and Amendment to Professional Engineering Services Agreement with RailPros Inc.

The County Seniors Commission will meet Tuesday, June 15 at 12:30 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The County RTC Transportation Policy Workshop scheduled for Thursday, June 17 is CANCELLED.


The County Mental Health Advisory Board will meet Thursday, June 17 at 3:00 pm, with face-to-face attendance at the Health Services Agency, 1400 Emeline Avenue, Room 207, Santa Cruz, and by remote audio teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The County Women’s Commission will meet Thursday, June 17 at 6:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The County In-Home Supportive Services Advisory Commission is schedule to meet Friday, June 18 at 1:00 pm by remote teleconference. The agenda and instructions for public participation will be available HERE 72 hours before the meeting..


City of Santa Cruz

The SC City Sister Cities Committee will meet Monday, June 14 at 7:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The SC City Zoning Administrator will meet Wednesday, June 16 at 10:00 am by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

  • 1121 Pacific Avenue  – Administrative Use Permit to allow for a medical office use on the second floor of an existing commercial building located in the CBD (Central Business District) and within the Pacific Avenue Retail District in the Downtown Plan. Environmental Determination:  Categorical Exemption.

The SC City Community Programs Committee will meet Wednesday, June 16 at 1:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

  • CORE Investments Update to Community Programs Committee

The SC City Historic Preservation Commission will to meet Wednesday, June 16 at 7:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

  • 415 Mott AvenueHistoric Alteration Permit to construct a two-story addition on a single family residence on a substandard lot located in the R-L zone district and within the Seabright Area Plan.

City of Capitola

The Capitola Finance Advisory Committee will meet Tuesday, June 15 at 6:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The Capitola Commission on the Environment will meet Wednesday, June 16 at 6:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

  • Rispin Park Riparian Restoration – staff information update only
  • Climate Action Plan
  • Gas Powered Leaf Blower Ban – information only

The Capitola City Council/Successor Agency Special Meeting scheduled for Thursday, June 17 is CANCELLED.


The Four Mayors Joint Town Hall Meeting, with Capitola Mayor Brooks, Scotts Valley Mayor Timm, Watsonville Mayor Dutra, and Santa Cruz Mayor Meyers, will meet Thursday, June 17 at 6:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for information and instructions for public participation.


City of Scotts Valley

The Scotts Valley City Council will meet Wednesday, June 16 at 6:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

Public Hearings

  • Pinewood Estates Landscape Maintenance Assessment District: Resolution No. 1213.35; Annual Engineer’s Report Pinewood Estates.
  • Skypark Open Space Maintenance Assessment District No. 1: Resolution No. 1555-SP-033; Annual Engineer’s Report Skypark.
  • Consider approval for a Planned Development Zoning Permit, Land Division, Design Review Application and Environmental Review in the High Density Residential General Plan and Zoning District for a ten-lot subdivision for the construction of ten units (six detached single-family dwellings and two attached duet/duplexes) and related site improvements on a 1.04 acre site located at Erba Lane.
  • Consider approval for a Planned Development Zoning Permit, Minor Land Division, Environmental Review and Design Review Application in the High Density Residential General Plan and Zoning District for a three-lot subdivision and a common parcel, for two new single-family dwellings and a new detached two-car garage for the existing single family dwelling on a 0.43-acre site located at 4303 B Scotts Valley Drive.
  • Consider approval of Wastewater Rates for FY 2021/22 through FY 2025/26.

The Scotts Valley Parks & Recreation Commission meeting schedule for Thursday, June 17 is CANCELLED.


City of Watsonville

The Watsonville Board of Library Trustees meeting scheduled for Thursday, June 17 is CANCELLED.


Water Districts

The San Lorenzo Valley Water District Special Lompico Assessment District Oversight Committee Meeting/Workshop will meet Monday June 14 at 5:30 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The Soquel Creek Water District Board of Directors will meet Tuesday, June 15 at 6:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The Pajaro Valley Water Management Agency Board of Directors will meet Wednesday, June 16 at 5:30 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The San Lorenzo Valley Water District Board of Directors will meet Thursday, June 17 at 5:30 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


Fire Protection Districts

The Ben Lomond Fire Protection District Board of Directors will meet Wednesday, June 16 at 9:00 am by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The Branciforte Fire Protection District Board of Directors will meet Thursday, June 17 at 6:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


Other Organizations

The Animal Services Authority Board of Directors will meet Monday, June 14 at 11:00 am by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The Scotts Valley Unified School District Board will meet Tuesday, June 15 at 6:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The Monterey Bay Air Resources District Board of Directors will meet Wednesday, June 16 at 1:30 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

  • Receive a presentation on the FY 2021-22 AB2766 Electric Bicycle (E-bike) incentive component of the MBARD Electric Vehicle Incentive Program (eVIP).

Commission and Advisory Bodies Vacancies

  • There are 15 vacancies on City of Capitola Commissions and advisory bodies. Click HERE for the list of vacancies and instructions to apply for appointments.
  • There are 32 vacancies on County Commissions and Advisory Bodies. Click HERE for the list of vacancies. Click HERE for instructions to apply for appointment to a County advisory body. Click HERE for the County Membership Roster For Active Commissions, Committees, Task Forces And Advisory Bodies
  • There is 1 vacancy on the Santa Cruz City Commissions and Advisory Bodies. Click HERE for the list of Santa Cruz City Advisory Body vacancies.
  • There are 12 vacancies on Scotts Valley City Commissions and Advisory Bodies. Click HERE for the list of vacancies. Click HERE for instructions to apply for appointments.
  • There are 16 vacancies on Watsonville City Commissions and Advisory Bodies. Click HERE for the list of vacancies. Click HERE for instructions to apply for appointments.

The information on Santa Cruz Online is valid at the time of publication. Click HERE to contact the webmaster with corrections or additions.

Weekly Review June 6 – 12 Addendum

This important meeting was placed in the wrong category in today’s Weekly Review.

County of Santa Cruz

The County Parks and Recreation Commission will meet Monday, June 7 at 7:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

  • Presentation from Will Fourt on mitigation plantings at Anna Jean CummingsAgreement with Regional Transportation Commission for Off-Site Mitigation Plantings at Anna Jean Cummings County Park & Future Natural Resource Management Planning.
  • Presentation from Todd Marco about the Nisene Rio Gateway.
  • Update on outreach to the public about County Park rules

Click HERE for the full corrected Santa Cruz Online.

Weekly Review June 6 – 12

NOTE: In response to State, County and City Covid-19 restrictions, meetings are generally accessible to the public by remote teleconference only. Public participation at some meetings, including all County Commission meetings, are restricted to audio teleconferencing only. The public cannot view these meetings by video teleconference. Check meeting agendas for specific instructions for public participation.

This Weekly Review features public meetings as of the time of publication, June 5 at 11:00 am. Meeting status changes will be updated as they are announced throughout the week, here on the Santa Cruz Online website.

For environmental organization meetings, go to Santa Cruz Environmental Review.


County of Santa Cruz

First District Supervior Manu Koenig will hold a Constituent Meeting and Agenda Review Monday, June 7 at 6:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for instructions for public participation.


The County Parks and Recreation Commission will meet Monday, June 7 at 7:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

  • Presentation from Will Fourt on mitigation plantings at Anna Jean CummingsAgreement with Regional Transportation Commission for Off-Site Mitigation Plantings at Anna Jean Cummings County Park & Future Natural Resource Management Planning.
  • Presentation from Todd Marco about the Nisene Rio Gateway.
  • Update on outreach to the public about County Park rules

The County Board of Supervisors will meet Tuesday, May 8 at 9:00 am by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

Consent Agenda

  • 29. Accept and File report on additional information regarding the Grow Santa Cruz County Revolving Loan Fund, as recommended by the County Administrative Officer.
  • 32. Accept and file the report on the 2021 Redistricting Process and related timeline; approve a Public Hearing Schedule option; and direct the County Administrative Office to return no later than August 24, 2021, with the next update, as recommended by the County Administrative Officer.
  • 63. Approve agreement with the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) in the amount of $64,000 to support early detection and abatement of noxious weeds in the CZU Lightning Complex Fire area, approve agreement with Groundswell Coastal Ecology to perform the scope of work outlined in CDFA agreement, adopt resolution accepting unanticipated revenue in the amount of $64,000, and take related actions, as recommended by the Agricultural Commissioner.
  • 67. Approve agreement with Mark Thomas in the not-to-exceed amount of $2,356,323 for design and right of way services on the Soquel Drive Buffered Bike Lane and Congestion Mitigation project, and take related actions, as recommended by the Deputy CAO/Director of Public Works.
  • 74. Approve plans and specifications for the Live Oak Branch Library project; set bid opening for 2:15 p.m. on July 15, 2021; authorize the Deputy CAO/Director of Public Works to award and sign contract; direct Public Works to return on September 28, 2021, for ratification of the contract award; approve amendment to agreement with Jayson Architecture for work on the La Selva Beach, Boulder Creek, and Live Oak Branch Libraries; authorize the Deputy CAO/Director of Public Works to sign the amendment on behalf of the County, and take related actions, as recommended by the Deputy CAO/Director of Public Works.
  • Adopt resolution summarily vacating the slope easement over APN 041-221-32; find the proposed summary vacation of slope easement consistent with the General Plan, and take related actions, as recommended by the Deputy CAO/Director of Public Works.

Regular Agenda

  • 7. Consider presentation on the 2021 California Fire Season by Fire Chief Ian Larkin, as outlined in the memorandum of the Director of General Services.
  • 9. Public Hearing to consider application 191157, a proposal to amend the Dominican Hospital Master Plan (88-0065) and for a commercial development permit, sign exception and planned unit development to facilitate construction of an approximately 85,000 square foot hospital addition and three-story parking garage; adopt resolution accepting the CEQA Mitigated Negative Declaration and Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program; adopt the planned unit development ordinance; and approve application 191157, as outlined in the memorandum of the Planning Director.

1:30 pm – Scheduled Items

12. Consider 2019-2020 Biennial Report and presentation on the Syringe Services Program (SSP); accept and file report with recommendations to improve syringe litter reporting through a centralized system across all partners; and direct the Health Services Agency (HSA) to collaborate on improving litter efforts and leveraging resources, and report back by December 7, 2021, as outlined in the memorandum of the Director of Health Services.

14. Public hearing to consider resolution authorizing the issuance of Santa Cruz County Capital Financing Authority Lease Revenue Bonds 2021 Series A and 2021 Series B, in a not-to-exceed amount of $26,000,000 for Series A, and $4,000,000 for Series B, and take related actions, as outlined in the memorandum of the County Administrative Officer.

16. Consider approval in concept of an ordinance adding Chapter 5.53 to the Santa Cruz County Code regarding regulations for Shared Mobility Device Services, and schedule the ordinance for a second reading and final adoption on June 29, 2021, as outlined in the memorandum of Supervisor Manu Koenig.

17. Public hearing to consider approval in concept of ordinance amending Santa Cruz County Code Chapter 15.01 and sections 13.03.050, 13.10.418.A, 13.10.352.B and 14.01.411 regarding Parkland Dedication and In-Lieu Fees, the additions of section 15.03 regarding Park Impact Fees and section 15.05 regarding Trail and Coastal Access; adopt resolution approving the CEQA Notice of Exemption, and schedule the ordinance for second reading and final adoption on June 29, 2021, as outlined in the memorandum of the Director of Parks, Open Space & Cultural Services.

19. Public hearing to consider 2021-22 benefit assessment/service charge reports for Sanitation County Service Areas 2, 5, 7, 10 and 20, and adopt resolution confirming the 2021-22 benefit assessment/service charge reports, as outlined in the memorandum of the Deputy CAO/Director of Public Works.

20. Public hearing to consider resolution confirming proposed Fiscal Year 2021-22 assessment/service charge reports for County Service Area 12, Wastewater Management, as outlined in the memorandum of the Director of Health Services.

21. Public hearing to consider County Service Area 48 and County Service Area 4 Fire Protection Assessment Service Charge Reports for fiscal year 2021-22, and adopt resolutions confirming the service charge reports for CSA 48 and CSA 4, as outlined in the memorandum of the Director of General Services.


The Santa Cruz County Regional Transportation Commission’s Elderly & Disabled Transportation Advisory Committee will meet Tuesday, June 8 at 1:30 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

  • Capitola Trestle Update & Interim Trail Alternative
  • Highway 1 – State Park to Freedom Auxiliary Lanes and Bus on Shoulder Project & Coastal Rail Trail Segment 12 Addition of Interim Trail Alternative
  • AMBAG Draft 2021 Title VI Plan

The County Commission on Disabilities will meet Thursday, June 10 at 12:30 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The County Sanitation District will meet Thursday, June 10 at 4:45 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The County Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Commission will meet Thursday, June 10 at 5:30 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


City of Santa Cruz

The SC City Water Commission meeting scheduled for Monday, May 7 is CANCELLED.


The SC City Council will meet Tuesday, June 8 at 9:00 am by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

9:00 am – Closed Session

11:30 am – Consent Agenda

  • The below item (14.) was initially heard at the May 25, 2021 Council meeting. However, it was discovered that the application and resolution that were adopted were incorrect. Therefore, Council must rescind the resolutions that were adopted on the 25th, and approve the correct resolution.
  • 14. California Coastal Conservancy’s Forest Health and Wildfire Resilience Program for Arroyo Seco Canyon and DeLaveaga Park Fuel Reduction – Grant Acceptance, Authorization and Appropriation – Budget Adjustment.
  • 21. San Lorenzo River Lagoon Management Program – Authorization to Reject Bid from Integra Construction Services, Award Contract to Syblon Reid Engineering, and Budget Adjustment.
  • 25. Measure D Expenditure Plan: FY 2022-2026

Consent Public Hearings

  • 28. Downtown Association: Parking and Business Improvement Area Assessments for FY 2022

General Business

  • 30. FY 2022 Budget Adoption

6:00 pm – Public Hearing

  • 35. Ordinance Amending Chapter 6.36 of the Santa Cruz Municipal Code Related to Camping Services and Standards.  Location: Citywide.  CEQA: Exempt.

Oral Communications


The SC City Arts Commission will meet Wednesday, June 9 at 6:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


City of Capitola

The Capitola Art & Cultural Commission will meet Tuesday, June 8 at 6:30 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The Capitola Architectural & Site Review Committee is scheduled to meet Wednesday, June 9 by remote teleconference. The agenda and instructions for public participation will be available HERE 72 hours before the meeting..


The Capitola City Council will meet Thursday, June 10 at 7:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

  • Housing for a Healthy Santa Cruz Three-Year Plan Presentation – Receive presentation from Santa Cruz County Human Services Department staff and adopt the final version of the Housing for a Healthy Santa Cruz: A Strategic Framework for Addressing Homelessness in Santa Cruz County.

City of Scotts Valley

The Scotts Valley Arts Commission is scheduled to meet Wednesday, June 9 at 10:00 am by remote teleconference. The agenda and instructions for public participation will be available HERE 72 hours before the meeting.


The Scotts Valley Planning Commission is scheduled to meet Thursday, June 10 at 6:00 pm by remote teleconference. The agenda and instructions for public participation will be available HERE 72 hours before the meeting.


City of Watsonville

The Watsonville City Council will meet Tuesday, June 8 at 3:30 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

Consent Agenda

  • 6. Kamilah Deyn Townhomes public & on-site improvement agreement & final map.

New Business

  • 8. Social Services grants to community & social agencies.

5:30 pm

New Business

  • 12. 2021-2023 Strategic Plan

Public Hearings, Ordinances, & Appeals

  • 13. Proposed FY 2021-22 and 2022-23 Budget & related actions.

Water Districts

The Soquel Creek Water District Public Outreach Committee meeting scheduled for Tuesday, June 8 is CANCELLED.


The Pajaro Valley Water Management Agency Administration and Finance Committee will meet Tuesday, June 8 at 5:30 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The San Lorenzo Valley Water District Lompico Assessment District Oversight Committee will hold a Special Meeting/Workshop on Wednesday, June 9 at 5:30 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

  • Annual Report Workshop

The Pajaro Valley Water Management Agency Sustainable Groundwater Committee #9 will meet Thursday, June 10 at 2:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for information and instructions for public participation.


The Scotts Valley Water District Board of Directors will meet Thursday, June 10 at 6:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for information and instructions for public participation.


Fire Protection Districts

The Felton Fire Protection District Board of Directors will meet Monday, June 7 at 7:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The Scotts Valley Fire Protection District Board of Directors will meet Wednesday, June 9 at 6:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The Central Fire District Board of Directors is scheduled to meet Thursday, June 10 at 9:00 am by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


Other Organizations

The California Coastal Commission will meet Wednesday, June 9 through Friday June 11 at 9:00 am by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agendas and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

Central Coast District – Wednesday, June 9

  • City of Santa Cruz LCP Amendment No. LCP-3-STC-20-0040-2-Part A (Parking Standards). – Concurrence with the Executive Director’s determination that the request by City of Santa Cruz to amend the LCP’s Implementation Plan to reduce parking
  • requirements for residential development, modernize commercial parking standards, provide a process for proposing alternative methods to address parking needs in commercial and residential projects, and clarify existing parking standards, is de minimis.
  • City of Santa Cruz LCP Amendment No. LCP-3-STC-20-0040-2-Part-C (Zoning Code Cleanup) – Concurrence with the Executive Director’s determination that the request by City of Santa Cruz to modify various sections of the LCP’s Implementation Plan to provide internal consistency, improve clarity and other general updates, is minor.
  • City of Capitola LCP Amendment Number LCP-3-CAP-20-0082-2 (Land Use Map/IP Update). Certification Review – Concurrence with the Executive Director’s determination that the action by City of Capitola accepting certification of LCP-3-CAP-20-0082-2 with modifications (related to land use/zoning and/or implementing regulations for Village Hotel site, Inn at Depot Hill, and Monarch Cove Inn) is legally adequate.

The Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments (AMBAG) Board of Directors will meet Wednesday, June 9 at 6:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

  • 6th Cycle Regional Housing Needs Allocation Schedule and Process

The Resource Conservation District of Santa Cruz County Board of Directors will meet Wednesday, June 9 at 6:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for information and instructions for public participation.


The Boulder Creek Recreation and Park District Board of Directors is scheduled to meet Wednesday, June 9 at 7:00 pm by remote teleconference. The agenda and instructions for public participation will be available HERE 72 hours before the meeting.


Commission and Advisory Bodies Vacancies

  • There are 15 vacancies on City of Capitola Commissions and advisory bodies. Click HERE for the list of vacancies and instructions to apply for appointments.
  • There are 31 vacancies on County Commissions and Advisory Bodies. Click HERE for the list of vacancies. Click HERE for instructions to apply for appointment to a County advisory body. Click HERE for the County Membership Roster For Active Commissions, Committees, Task Forces And Advisory Bodies
  • There is 1 vacancy on the Santa Cruz City Commissions and Advisory Bodies. Click HERE for the list of Santa Cruz City Advisory Body vacancies.
  • There are 12 vacancies on Scotts Valley City Commissions and Advisory Bodies. Click HERE for the list of vacancies. Click HERE for instructions to apply for appointments.
  • There are 16 vacancies on Watsonville City Commissions and Advisory Bodies. Click HERE for the list of vacancies. Click HERE for instructions to apply for appointments.

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Weekly Review May 30 – June 5

NOTE: In response to State, County and City Covid-19 restrictions, meetings are generally accessible to the public by remote teleconference only. Public participation at some meetings, including all County Commission meetings, are restricted to audio teleconferencing only. The public cannot view these meetings by video teleconference. Check meeting agendas for specific instructions for public participation.

This Weekly Review features public meetings as of the time of publication, May 29 at 11:00 am. Meeting status changes will be updated as they are announced throughout the week, here on the Santa Cruz Online website.

For environmental organization meetings, go to Santa Cruz Environmental Review.


County of Santa Cruz

The County Water Advisory Commission will meet Wednesday, June 2 at 4:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The County Latino Commission will meet Wednesday, June 2 at 6:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The County Regional Transportation Commission will meet Thursday, June 3 at 9:00 am by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

  • Highway 1 – State Park to Freedom Auxiliary Lanes and Bus on Shoulder Project & Coastal Rail Trail Segment 12 Professional Engineering Services Contract Award & Addition of Interim Trail Alternative.
  • Capitola Trestle Update, Interim Trail Alternative, and Amendment to Professional Engineering Services Agreement with RailPros, Inc.

The County Zoning Administrator will meet Friday, June 4 at 9:00 am by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

  • 327 Beach Drive, Aptos – Proposal to operate a new four-bedroom vacation rental. Requires a Vacation Rental Permit and a determination that the proposal is exempt from further review under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). Property located on the north side of Beach Drive at 327 Beach Drive in Aptos.
  • 430 8th Avenue, Santa Cruz – Proposal to operate a new four-bedroom vacation rental. Requires a Vacation Rental Permit and a determination that the proposal is exempt from further review under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). Property located approximately 150 feet north of the intersection of 8th Avenue and Dolores Street (430 8th Avenue).
  • 1003 Laurel Glen Rd., Soquel – Proposal to establish a 10,000 square foot outdoor cannabis cultivation in a TP (Timber Production) zone district. Requires a Commercial Development Permit and a determination that the project is exempt from further environmental review under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). Property is located on the east side of Laurel Glen Road (1003 Laurel Glen Road), approximately 1.3 miles northwest from the intersection of Soquel San Jose Road.

The County Integrated Community Health Center Commission will meet Thursday, June 3 at 11:00 am by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The County Fish and Wildlife Advisory Commission will meet Thursday, June 3 at 7:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

  • Discuss unhoused encampments in riparian areas

City of Santa Cruz

The SC City Zoning Administrator will meet Tuesday, June 2 at 10:00 am by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

  • 815 Almar Avenue 14 – Administrative Use Permit to establish a tasting room in a spirits distillery located in the IG/Per-2 (General Industrial, Performance Overlay) zone district. (Environmental Determination: Categorical Exemption)
  • 706 Modesto AvenueDesign Permit to construct a two story addition to an existing single-family residence on a substandard lot in the R-1-5/CZ-O (Single Family Residential/Coastal Zone Overlay) zone district. (Environmental Determination: Categorical Exemption)
  • 525 Pacific AvenueAdministrative Use Permit to establish a low risk alcohol outlet (Big Basin Vineyards) with an outdoor seating area in the CBDE (Central Business District – Lower Pacific) zone district and within the Beach and South of Laurel Area Plan. (Environmental Determination; Categorical Exemption)
  • 902, 912, 920 Pacific Avenue – Coastal Permit to demolish an existing structure and construct a seven-story mixed use building with 94 affordable residences, ground floor commercial, and second floor office space on a parcel located within the CBD/CZ-O/FP-O (Central Business District/Coastal Zone Overlay/Floodplain Overlay) zone district and within the Pacific Avenue Retail District subarea of the Downtown Plan. (Environmental Determination: Categorical Exemption) This project requires a Coastal Permit which is not appealable to the California Coastal Commission.
  • 333 & 423 Front StreetNonresidential Demolition Authorization Permit, Coastal Permit and Design Permit to demolish an existing structure and construct a new downtown Santa Cruz Pacific Station Metro Station including 22 bus bays, pedestrian circulation and crosswalks, and solar array canopies on a parcel located within the CBD/CZ-O/FP-O (Central Business District/Coastal Zone Overlay/Floodplain Overlay) zone district and within the Front Street/Riverfront Corridor subareas of the Downtown Plan. (Environmental Determination: Categorical Exemption). This project requires a Coastal Permit which is appealable to the California Coastal Commission after all possible appeals are exhausted through the City.

The SC City Planning Commission meeting scheduled for Thursday, June 3 is CANCELLED.


City of Capitola

The Capitola City Council/Successor Agency is scheduled to hold a Special Meeting Wednesday, June 2 at 6:00 pm by remote teleconference. The agenda and instructions for public participation will be available HERE 72 hours before the meeting.


The Capitola Historical Museum Board of Trustees is schedule to meet Thursday, June 3 at 5:30 pm by remote teleconference. The agenda and instructions for public participation will be available HERE 72 hours before the meeting.


The Capitola Planning Commission will meet Thursday, June 3 at 7:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

Consent Calendar

  • 723 El Salto DriveCoastal Development Permit for the construction of a fence on a residential property located within the R-1/VS (Single-Family Residential/Visitor Serving) zoning district. This project is in the Coastal Zone and does not require a Coastal Development Permit. Environmental Determination: Categorical Exemption.

Public Hearings

  • 1650 41st AvenueConditional Use Permit Amendment to change the allowed retail alcohol sale of beer and wine to include the sale of distilled spirits for off-site consumption at a Chevron gas station located within the CC (Community Commercial) zoning district. This project is in the Coastal Zone but does not require a Coastal Development Permit. Environmental Determination: Categorical Exemption.

City of Scotts Valley

The Scotts Valley City Council will meet Wednesday, June 2 at 6:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


City of Watsonville

The Watsonville Planning Commission will meet Tuesday, June 1 at 4:30 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

Public Hearings

  • Special Use Permit with Environmental Review to allow for the establishment of a secondhand store in an existing ±9,400 square foot commercial tenant space with the option to expand operations to the ±20,000 square foot remainder of the commercial building for Habitat for Humanity Monterey Bay at 555 Main Street.
  • Recommendation to City Council for adoption of a Mitigated Negative Declaration, General Plan map amendment, zoning map amendment, planned development, major subdivision, Special Use Permit with design review & specific development plan to allow the construction of 21 townhomes on a 1.57± acre site located at 547 Airport Boulevard.
  • Appeal of the Cannabis Selection Committee’s denial of pre-application #1284 for the establishment of a cannabis retail facility in the city of Watsonville.

Water Districts

The Soquel Creek Water District Board of Directors will meet Tuesday, June 1 at 5:30 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The San Lorenzo Valley Water District Environmental Committee will meet Wednesday, June 2 at 10:00 am by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The San Lorenzo Valley Water District Board of Directors will meet Thursday, June 3 at 5:30 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


Fire Prevention Districts

The Central Fire District Personnel Committee will meet Thursday, June 3 at 10:00 am by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


The Central Fire District Finance Committee will meet Thursday, June 3 at 2:00 pm by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation.


Other Organizations

The Local Agency Formation Commission of Santa Cruz County (LAFCO) will meet Wednesday, June 2 at 9:00 am by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

  • UCSC Long Range Development PlanLAFCO Comment Letter – The Commission will consider a draft comment letter pertaining to the recent lawsuit between the City of Santa Cruz and UCSC regarding the delivery of water and sewer services under the University’s Long Range Development Plan.

The Monterey Bay Air Resources District Advisory Committee is scheduled to meet Thursday, June 3 at 1:30 pm by remote teleconference. The agenda and instructions for public participation will be available HERE 72 hours before the meeting.


The Pajaro River Watershed Flood Prevention Authority Board of Directors will meet Friday, June 4 at 9:00 am by remote teleconference. Click HERE for the agenda and instructions for public participation. Agenda items include:

  • Pajaro River Flood Risk Reduction Project Update

Commission and Advisory Bodies Vacancies

  • There are 15 vacancies on City of Capitola Commissions and advisory bodies. Click HERE for the list of vacancies and instructions to apply for appointments.
  • There are 29 vacancies on County Commissions and Advisory Bodies. Click HERE for the list of vacancies. Click HERE for instructions to apply for appointment to a County advisory body. Click HERE for the County Membership Roster For Active Commissions, Committees, Task Forces And Advisory Bodies
  • There is 1 vacancy on the Santa Cruz City Commissions and Advisory Bodies. Click HERE for the list of Santa Cruz City Advisory Body vacancies.
  • There are 12 vacancies on Scotts Valley City Commissions and Advisory Bodies. Click HERE for the list of vacancies. Click HERE for instructions to apply for appointments.
  • There are 2 vacancies on Watsonville City Commissions and Advisory Bodies. Click HERE for the list of vacancies. Click HERE for instructions to apply for appointments.

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