President                  Jane Marshall

Vice President          Lisa Hamilton

Treasurer                  Lane Stewart

Secretary                  Sally Haggerty

Director                    Maggie Matthews  

Director                    Claudia Troisi


​​SAN ONOFRE DECOMISSION

Mostly the buildings demolished thus far have been steel and siding type structures, with the scrap destined for a landfill in Arizona. But work has begun on dismantling the Unit 3 Emergency Diesel Generator building, a reinforced steel and concrete structure. Because of its function while the plant was operating, it was designed to withstand the forces of nature. There are two diesel generator buildings at SONGS.
There will be a Community
Engagement Panel meeting on

June 17 at 5:30 p.m.
 Info: https://www.songscommunity.com/community-engagement/meetings

Connecting and Informing Neighbors

Neighborhood Plan Area

Events are cancelled or postponed until further notice due to Covid 19.

General Meeting Calendar

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BEACH SAND AND BAND SHELL UPDATE MAY 25th - 6PM VIA ZOOM


Join us via Zoom for an informative discussion and update on the important beach area improvements! 

Darra Woods, Project Manager for the
band shell/rec center will update us on the refurbishing of these iconic assets. 

Keil Kroger, Dir. Of Public Works will speak on the sand replenishment project and the recent sand study report.


Click here for the presentation:


SAND UPDATE - COMM MEETING JUN 30


Welcome to OCNA

Board of Directors

Oceanside Coastal Neighborhood Association (OCNA) is made up of people just like you. We’re your neighbors down the street and around the corner who are getting involved in our community and strengthening ties to one another. By sharing information and working together, we can all make a great neighborhood even better.

Our mission is to ensure a vital, sustainable neighborhood that protects the quality of life for all citizens in the Oceanside coastal area.

Upcoming Events

Oceanside
Coastal
Neighborhood
Association

CITY HOMELESS PROGRAM PROGRESS:

In addition to vouchers and a permanent shelter, the City is working on the Homeless issues:
1. Additional Homeless Outreach Team (2 Officers and 1 vehicle) (vehicle is one-time cost) with $376,357 - Ongoing.
2. Crime Suppression Team (downtown) $650,000  - Ongoing.

3. One additional contract social worker for HOT $77,000 - Ongoing
4. Homeless Diversion / Prevention Program
& Homeless Reunification Program $400,000 - Ongoing
5. Contract Sobering Services $500,000 - Ongoing
7. Homeless Hiring Program $100,000 Pilot program/ ongoing HOMELESS PROGRAM


HOMELESS PROGRAM SUBTOTAL:  $1,000,000s

The Townsite neighborhood group has completed the draft of the Neighborhood Plan Area (NPA) and has submitted it to Planning for the General Plan.  This community feedback will be helpful in guiding the future growth of the downtown neighborhoods










If you would like to participate please email OCNA101@gmail.com to be added to the next Zoom meeting update!


Townsite NPA DRAFT Final April 2021