Upcoming Events/Notices

SEMINAR: Historical Cannery Row, Sunday, Feb 22nd

Sunday, February 22, 2015, 2:00p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
at the Pebble Beach Community Services District (PBCSD)
,
Board Room @Forest Lake & Lopez Roads, next to the Fire Station.

SPEAKER: Michael Hemp. Historian , author of CANNERY ROW, The History of John Steinbeck's Old Ocean View Avenue

All 2015 DMFPO members are welcome to attend. Light refreshments will be served. Seating is limited.
Please RSVP to 373-1618 or to office@dmfpo.org.
[Seminar Flyer]

SAFELY DISPOSE of Expired/Unwanted Household Medications

Starting on November 17, 2014, Pebble Beach residents looking for a place to safely dispose of their expired or unwanted household medications, medicinal liquids, vitamins and supplements, needles and syringes, have a drop-off site in the Pebble Beach Fire Station.

Located in the fire stations Fire Prevention lobby, this drop-off site is open to residents Monday - Thursday, 10 am - 4 pm. When dropping off your medications, please leave them in their original or sealed containers, remove prescription labels or mark out your personal information.

The four primary reasons to remove medications from the household are:

  • Youth abuse
  • Accidental child Ingestions
  • Improper or accidental use by adults
  • Water pollution
We encourage you to remove unwanted or expired medications from your household!

DMFPO SEMIANNUAL MEETING was held on Nov 2nd

Sunday, Nov 2, 2014, 2:00p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the Ballroom, The Inn at Spanish Bay

Highway 68 Roundabout Project [TAMCMonterey.org Link and Video]

SPEAKER: Rich Deal, PE, TE, PTOE, City Traffic Engineer, City of Monterey

All 2014 DMFPO members are welcome to attend. Complimentary wine or other beverage and light refreshments will be provided after the presentation. [Flyer]

Del Monte Forest Plan

Pebble Beach Company ('PBC')

Del Monte Forest Plan Status of Projects in 2013

After more than 20 years of planning, Pebble Beach Company began construction in June of 2013 on the Del Monte Forest Plan. In 2012, the Coastal Commission and Board of Supervisors both unanimously approved the plan, with the Coastal Commission calling it a 'landmark' project due to its protection for local habitat as well as its visitor-serving and public access components.

The Company is dedicating over 635 acres of native habitat conservation easements to the Del Monte Forest Conservancy. When combined with lands previously preserved by the Company, this additional 635 acre dedication will ensure that 25 percent of the Del Monte Forest will be protected forever for future generations to enjoy. A map showing the new and existing open space areas is attached. More...