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Community update... membership meeting, social event, police chief, coastal resilience plan, MBWC fundraiser, Mission Beach Planning Board



The May General Membership Meeting will be held at 6:00 pm on Wednesday May 8th in the Community Room at Belmont Park (above the arcade). Membership will vote on the 2024 Board approved budget. The board approved budget may be found here

The agenda for the meeting may be found here

Arrive early and enjoy pastries from Molly's!




MBTC Social Event - The next MBTC Social Event will be held on May 23rd


MEMBERS ONLY! Are you a member? If not, Now is the time to sign up so you can attend our first ever MBTC MEMBERS ONLY social event!


Happening on Thursday, May 23rd, from 5-7 PM at Coaster Saloon, this event is FREE to our MBTC members and you MUST RSVP to attend! We are so grateful to Coaster Saloon for generously sponsoring a variety of mouth-watering, authentic appetizers as well as a welcome drink for all of our attendees. But you must be a MBTC member to attend!


Not a MBTC member? No problem! You can sign up NOW to take advantage of this amazing offer! We have a membership to fit everyone's needs and situations, including memberships for residents, property owners, business owners, supporting members and supporting businesses. Visit our website at https://www.missionbeachtowncouncil.org/join for more information on what each membership has to offer and to sign up.


This is a social event you won't want to miss! SPACE IS LIMITED and due to the high volume of attendees we expect at this event, you MUST RSVP in order to attend! So RSVP now at https://www.missionbeachtowncouncil.org/event-details/mbtc-members-only-social-event.


We can't wait to see you there!



Chief of Police - On Monday April 29th the City Council voted 8 to 1 to appoint Asst. Chief Scott Wahl as the next SDPD Chief. On Monday May 13th (time TBA probably 2:00 PM) the City Council will hold the second and final confirmation hearing. Please either attend the meeting and express your support or submit a written message of support to City Councilmembers directly at the email addresses listed here chrome-extension://efaidnbmnnnibpcajpcglclefindmkaj/https://emma-assets.s3.amazonaws.com/bjmfb/d8aa5b3d3c2368f8939e43b6e3660a59/City_Council_Contact_Info.pdf

Coastal Resilience Plan - The City Planning Department is developing a Coastal Resilience Master Plan to mitigate risk from sea level rise, protect and enhance habitat, and support access to the coast and recreational opportunities.


The plan includes the development of nature-based solutions for six locations along the coast. Nature-based solutions are projects designed after natural ecosystems and processes, such as restoration of wetlands, creation of dunes, or creation of oyster reefs. Nature-based solutions provide multiple benefits to communities, including reduced flooding, cleaner water, recreation opportunities, and provision of habitat for plants and animals.


The City is seeking your input on the draft project designs for each of the project sites within the Coastal Resilience Master Plan. Feedback from community members will help inform the project designs. Thank you for taking the time to participate in the surveys and help shape the future of our coast! The survey may found here


Mission Beach Women's Club Fundraiser - please consider supporting the below worthy fundraiser (you don't want to miss District Attorney Summer Stephan)




Mission Beach Precise Planning Board - There are openings on the board, so please consider serving our community by volunteering to serve on the board, The next meeting is Tuesday May 21st at 6:30 in the Community Room at Belmont Park.




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