Tuesday, Oct 17 at 7:00 p.m.
6:30pm Social Time and Refreshments
St. Mary’s School, 515 Wisconsin Ave.
1) Hepatitis A
Rick Robinson, City Fire Chief, will brief us on the efforts the City is making to prevent the spread of this disease in Oceanside.
2) ADU’s (Granny Flat conversions) and Short Term Rentals
Jeff Hunt, City Planner, will summarize efforts on new ordinances that are in progress to ensure compliance with the State and consideration to neighborhood inputs.
President Jane Marshall
Vice President Lisa Hamilton
Treasurer Lane Stewart
Dir Membership Kathleen Justice
Dir Publicity Judi Potter
Dir Projec Donna Smith
Dir Refreshments Grace Samorski
Director Robyn Goodkind
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Oct 5 – OCNA BoD Meeting
Oct 7 – Taste of Oceanside – Downtown
Oct 7 – Harbor Wine Cruise
Oct 10 – Comedy Night at Privateer
Oct 14 – Harvest Home and Crafts Del Mar
Oct 14 – Tango at the Beach - Linear Park
Oct 17 – OCNA Meeting on ADU’s & STR’s
Oct 21 – Oceanside Firehouse Open House
Oct 29 – Dia De Los Muertos – Mission SLR
Oct 31 - Happy Halloween
At the October 17th OCNA meeting you will hear what is being done to help safeguard our neighborhood from Hepatitis A from our City Fire Chief.
Merchants are required to keep their sidewalks clean, but City Code Enforcement is not required to act unless there is a formal complaint. You can report a business that is not compliant by submitting a formal complaint on PublicStuff.com and City Code Enforcement will follow up with the business reported.
Please go to our website OCNA101.org under Resources for a direct link to PublicStuff for a prompt response!
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.
Did you see the new mural downtown? It’s located on the south side of the Star Theater. If you look carefully, there is a message in the waves of hair that artist Skye Walker created. The soliciting and selection process involved over 20 competing artists, and had a lot of community feedback, including on-line voting.
It was sponsored by Mainstream Oceanside and with the help of a grant, they were able to create this mural and hope to have additional murals spread throughout downtown!
Connecting and Informing Neighbors