President Jane Marshall
Vice President Lisa Hamilton
Treasurer Lane Stewart
Secretary Sally Haggerty
Director Maggie Matthews
Director Claudia Troisi
Connecting and Informing Neighbors
OCNA supported PC's recommendation to cap on the number of STR's allowed in neighborhoods vs RT zone, and that STR's must be occupied by the owner.
We have written to and are attending the Sep 11 Coastal Commission Meeting to NOT postponment for Oceanside's ordinance - more to come!
State Bill 1731 requires STR's as owner occupied in SD county Coastal Zones is in committee before going to Senate.
General Meeting Calendar
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.
Short Term Rental Ordinance
Join OCNA in the Glass Mural
Next FREE Workshop April 2nd10-3PM
at Don Myers Studio, Coast Hwy
OCNA will Donate to this project - come to the Feb 20th meeting for more details!
Mar 13 – Spiritual Exercises – P0P Abby
Mar 14– Audubon Fundraiser
Mar 14 – Kombucha Fest – Living Tea
Mar 14 – 1st Annual Bodyboarding event
Mar 15 – Crankn’ Up the Coast Bike event
Mar 19 – OCNA General Meeting Join Us
Mar 20 – Fix a Leak Workshop at Library
Mar 28 – Bake Safety N Terrace School
Mar 29 – Frozen Jr at Brooks Theater
Mar 29 – Native Plant Tour Seaside 2PM
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GENERAL MEETING CANCELLED
due to coronavirus
THURSDAY March 19th 6:30 PM St Mary's School 515 Wisconsin St
6:30 Social Time with Refreshments
Colleen Foster of the City’s Green Oceanside and Waste Management have launched a Commercial Food Scrap Recycling Program, that will recycle food waste, referred to as organics to reduce GHG emissions.
Ted Schiafone from the City will be able to give the update on the beach sand replenishment, and discuss status of the approved beach study