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2014 SamTrans Service Changes and New Flexible Schedule

Beginning January 2014, changes will be made to various SamTrans routes in Pacifica. Also, a new flexible route service called "FLX Pacifica" will be launching, which will include picking up customers directly from their homes or other locations within the defined service area.




Please click here for the 2014 Route Changes and FLX Pacifica info

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Coastal Cleanup Day
9/21/2013

Click here for flyer 

For more information, please visit CoastalCleanupDay.org
 or call 1-800-COAST-4U
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Parking at Linda Mar Beach
7/16/2013  Paid parking at Linda Mar Beach will begin on August 16th.  Fees will be charged to park at the north and south parking lots on Highway 1 at the Pacifica State Beach and at the Crespi Parking Lot located at the corner of Highway 1 and Crespi Drive.  Annual parking passes can also be obtained through the Parks, Beaches & Recreation Department.

For additional information on the beach parking or to obtain your annual pass, visit our web page at http://cityofpacifica.org/parking or you may access the page here.

Devil's Slide Coast Web Site - DevilsSlideCoast.org
5/6/2013  Seven local agencies have collaborated to develop a web site which provides visitors and residents of the happenings in and around Devil's Slide.  The web site can be found at www.DevilsSlideCoast.org .

The site is brought to you by the National Park Service; California State Parks, San Mateo County Parks, California Coastal Conservancy, Golden Gate National Parks Conservancye, Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District; and Peninsula Open Space Trust.

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Tsunami Warning Sirens Testing
1/16/2013  The City of Pacifica has installed outdoor tsunami warning sirens in the West Sharp Park and West Rockaway Beach areas. These sirens will be used to alert the public of a possible tsunami or other emergency. The warning sirens will be tested at a reduced volume simultaneously on the first Wednesday of every month at 10:00am and will last for 15 seconds. In an actual emergency, the alert tone will continue for 3-5 minutes. Should this occur, the public should remain calm, listen for possible voice announcements, tune into local radio/TV (i.e., KCBS 740AM/KQED 88.5FM) for instructions, avoid using the telephone and only call 911 for life-threatening emergencies. Citizens are encouraged to sign up for emergency alerts via cell phone/pager/email at www.smcalert.info.

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