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Envision Encinitas

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Encinitas honors the past, looks to the future, and creates new traditions. Residents and stakeholders have blended new and old and continue to find creative ways to preserve and enhance the unique, ...

Encinitas honors the past, looks to the future, and creates new traditions. Residents and stakeholders have blended new and old and continue to find creative ways to preserve and enhance the unique, the historical, the natural, and the artistic aspects of this beautiful north coastal city in San Diego County.

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  • What is Encinitas? Encinitas was incorporated on October 1, 1986. Encinitas is a coastal city situated along 6.1 miles of rugged coastline. It is 19.4 square miles, is bounded on the north and south by lagoons and on the west by the ocean. Population is approximately 59,000 residents. Temp seldom falls below 40 degrees or exceeds 85 degrees. Average annual high temp is 72 degrees. Housing units as of January 1, 2000 is 23,577 and projected by 2005 is 25,227.

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  • This is Encinitas!
  • Contemplative
  • Conversant
  • Naturalist
  • Downtown Encinitas MainStreet Association Encinitas Chamber of Commerce Cardiff Chamber of Commerce Cardiff Town Council Leucadia Town Council Leucadia Hwy 101 MainStreet Association Olivenhain Town Council The Community Stakeholders
  • Preserving and Enhancing Our Natural Resources
  • City of Encinitas Our Goals Quality of Life…. Striving to preserve five unique, balanced communities working together... Unique in their history, culture and heritage. Governance…. Maximizing resident participation and proactive involvement Service Delivery…. Meeting the “essential” needs of our five communities…in a quality manner. Growth Management…. Preserving the individual character of our five communities – what makes them unique – what enhances and defines them - maintaining the integrity of our environment. Reputation…. Proven leadership in environmental issues, citizen participation, historic preservation, cultural development and sound fiscal planning .
  • Working Collaboratively with our Community Stakeholders Cardiff Chamber Cardiff Town Council Encinitas Chamber DEMA Leucadia Hwy 101 Mainstreet Association Leucadia Town Council Olivenhain Town Council
  • What is Encinitas? Five Unique Communities Arts Funky Beaches Surfing “ A Destination” Eclectic Beautiful Culture Great Restaurants and Shops Flowers Parks Coast Hwy. 101
  • By defining and preserving our Identity, We create a destination
  • Visioning Workshops Build Itineraries [p PHASE TWO
  • Cardiff-by-the-Sea
  • Old Encinitas
  • Leucadia
  • New Encinitas
  • Olivenhain
  • Cultural Tourism Committee
  • Rooted in History
  • San Elijo Lagoon
  • Historic Highway 101
  • Moonlight Beach
  • Preserving and Honoring Traditions of Arts Culture Spirituality Floral Industry Beach Culture
  • Encinitas Flower Festival
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  • The Healing Arts
  • Surf Culture
  • The Artist Colony 101
  • A History A Sense of Place A Destination
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  • Local Proprietorships
  • CommuniCans
  • PUBLIC ART Tree grates Medallions
  • Arts Alive!
  • Preservation of natural habitat
  • Encinitas Library Cardiff Library
  • Quail Botanical Gardens
  • Historical Icons
  • Cottonwood Creek Park
  • New Encinitas
  • Survey of Beach Visitors Outside Encinitas = 65%
  • Resident Spending - 35% (2.4 million) ($8/day) = $6,720,000 dollars/year Visitor Spending - 65%(2.4 million)($22.17/day) = $34,585,200 dollars/year Overall Spending - $41,305,200 Annual Beach Generated Revenue Economic Benefits (from Survey of Beach Users)
  • Contributing to the Economic Engine
  • Traditional Strip Mall Architecture
  • Community Inspired Design
  • Commission for the Arts
  • 92.7 million travelers annually 65% said they included culture on their trip 32% of those travelers indicated that they lengthened their trip because of cultural events and activities - Travel Industry Association of America, 2001
  • Every great city needs a vision -- one that captures the heart, the soul, the imagination, and its history. Encinitas…a sense of place…a destination.