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  • 11/13/2016 1:19 PM | Evan Meyer (Administrator)

    Don't miss this opportunity to let your voice be heard. Take the 2016 Santa Monica Wellbeing Survey today!

     

    Santa Monica wants to better understand our community's needs and strengths.  But to do this, we need your input! We want to know how you are doing.  Take 10 minutes to tell us by visiting: 

    https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CSM2016-General

    This survey - facilitated by the RAND Corporation, a non-profit research organization based in Santa Monica - is a vital part of a 

    pioneering effort to measure community wellbeing in Santa Monica.  

    By completing this survey you'll learn more about your own wellbeing and the wellbeing of our community, 

    and you will help inform Santa Monica‚Äôs Local Wellbeing Index. 

    You can learn more about The Wellbeing Project at http://wellbeing.smgov.net/Please direct inquiries about The Wellbeing Project to the City of Santa Monica Office of Wellbeing: wellbeing@smgov.net. If the survey link doesn't open when you click it, please try copying and pasting the entire URL into your browserPlease note that the survey is for adult residents (18 years of age and older) of Santa Monica only.


  • 09/29/2016 8:29 AM | Evan Meyer (Administrator)

    We were recently featured on Southern California Homes, one of the top sites for Santa Monica, CA Real Estate. Check out the article here: Ocean Park Association Gives Neighborhood Residents A Voice.


  • 09/08/2016 6:24 PM | Evan Meyer (Administrator)

    When:  September 12th, 11:00am - 4:00pm

    Where: Civic Center Surface Lot - 1855 Main St.  - On Site Parking Available

    More Info



  • 08/20/2016 9:24 PM | Evan Meyer (Administrator)

    On Saturday August 20, Santa Monica Ocean Park Branch Library and Ocean Park Association co-sponsored a free summer concert! Alt + Reggae/Rock/Pop quartet SayReal performed a lively 2 hour music set for a crowd of spectators seated on the library lawn. The fun event was enjoyed by people of all ages.

    View Photos Here



  • 12/09/2015 8:06 PM | Evan Meyer (Administrator)

    The office of the City Forester, Matthew Wells, has published an updated guide for residents and concerned citizens to help parkway trees, as well as other trees, survive this drought. Parkway trees are generally located between the city sidewalk and the street curb.  Click here to find read the Guidelines: FINAL Trees Watering Guidelines  http://www.smgov.net/portals/urbanforest/



  • 07/20/2014 8:11 PM | Anonymous

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