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Santa Cruz is located in central California along the coast of the Pacific Ocean. Santa Cruz was one of the earliest Spanish settlements during the exploration of Alta California, in the late eighteenth century. They even established a mission on the site on which Santa Cruz now stands. When California was ratified as a state in the United States, during the late 1800s, the city of Santa Cruz became popular because of its idyllic beaches and coastal redwood forests.

Population: 54593
Local Newspapers: Santa Cruz County Sentinel
Local Sports Teams: LA Clippers LA Dodgers LA Galaxy LA Lakers LA Kings
Local Colleges: University of California-Santa Cruz

Zip Codes associated with santa cruz, california: 95060 95062 95064 95065 95066
Towns/Cities near santa cruz, california : Twin Lakes Opal Cliffs Paradise Park Live Oak Soquel Capitola Rio Del Mar Felton Scotts Valley

Santa Cruz News
Soquel Creek prepares for water recycling plant

SANTA CRUZ >> The environmental impacts of a proposed water purification plant remain unclear, but Soquel Creek Water District officials are paving a path for it while they wait. The district's Walnut Creek-based consultant, Carollo Engineers, was on site at the Santa Cruz Wastewater Treatment Facility on Monday and Tuesday to test the high-level water recycling technology, which would allow the city to reuse treated wastewater it otherwise would pipe offshore.

Santa Cruz County fending off Asian gypsy moth

SANTA CRUZ >> Charlie Keutmann, owner of The Garden Company, heard about the Asian gypsy moth when state workers asked if they could put up a trap in his front yard. Another trap is at his nursery on Mission Street, one of more than 1,000 traps hung across the city of Santa Cruz and 5 miles beyond the city limit in all directions to prevent the Asian gypsy moth from spreading, according to county ag commissioner Juan Hidalgo.

Letter: If therea s no homeless, why did cafe have to close?

I note few have commented about the nice little cafe downtown closing due to lease and homeless issues. As for his lease, I'm not surprised the rent likely went way up.

Quick Bites: Oasis Tasting Room changes menu, hours

SANTA CRUZ >> Last week, Oasis Tasting Room & Kitchen , a collaborative venue that Uncommon Brewers and El Salchicero's Matambre Public Eatery operate, made changes to its menu and its business hours. Oasis has added several ramen varieties to the menu, including a vegan gluten-free ramen bowl, a Tonkatsu pork belly ramen and a miso ramen with mushroom and poussin .

Quick Bites: Seasonal classes at New Leaf

SANTA CRUZ >> On Tuesday, Aug. 22, there are two free events at New Leaf Community Markets. From noon to 1 p.m., Nutrition Consultant and New Leaf staff member Madia Jamgochian will talk about the nutritional value of locally grown fruits and vegetables and suggest creative ways to add more produce to one's daily routine.

Rail Trail: Notice of Intent to Adopt a Mitigated Negative...

The City of Santa Cruz Public Works Department is preparing to issue a Mitigated Negative Declaration of environmental impact for the following proposed project: Project: Rail Trail Segment 7 .

NEW Park Host position in Harvey West ParkThe Parks and Recreation...

The City of Santa Cruz Parks and Recreation Department seeks an individual or a couple to serve as a Park Host at Harvey West Park on a full-time basis. The primary role of a park host is to have a visible presence in the park and serve as the "eyes and ears" for City staff.

Findlay native led early eclipse expeditionsPosted on Tue. Aug 15th, 2017

William Wallace Campbell would be one happy fellow had he been alive to witness the excitement and interest in the upcoming Aug. 21 solar eclipse.

Cops and Courts, Aug. 15, 2017: Cause of Santa Cruz shed explosion...

SANTA CRUZ >> Officials are investigating the cause of a loud explosion in a shed in an upper Branciforte backyard on Monday morning. No was injured in the Mill Road explosion and fire damage was restricted to the exterior of the building Scotts Valley Fire Battalion Chief Tim Theilen said.

UC Santa Cruz student earns prestigious NIH scholarship after being...

SANTA CRUZ >> As the first person in her family to graduate high school and a Latina woman studying to become a research scientist, UC Santa Cruz undergrad Stefanie Brizuela is used to defying odds and expectations. But that doesn't make earning a prestigious research scholarship from the National Institute of health any less sweet.

Santa Cruz reviews dam safety in light of wintera s Oroville spillway crisis

Newell Creek Dam's concrete siding has been built to a height for withstand a force five times that seen in the area's devastating 1982 flood. BEN LOMOND >> Subsequent to this winter's nearly catastrophic failure of the Oroville Dam , state regulators have ordered 80 "high-hazard" dam operators, including Santa Cruz, to take a granular look at their spillways' durability.

The Scary Truth About Childbirth

Every one of her female relatives on her mother's side - her grandma, her mom, her aunts, her sister - had needed a cesarean section. Slender hips and big babies were a family trademark.

Kaya Lindsay transforms a van into a home on the road

Inside a secret Soviet holiday spot: The abandoned resort in the 'Georgian Switzerland' once used by the Kremlin's elite Skye's had its limit! Floods of tourists spark mayhem on Scottish island as hotels and campsites turn visitors away What a lock we've got! This Morning's ALICE BEER is in heaven sailing along France's River Lot - until she finds out there are 32 sets of gates to tackle Finding sanctuary after an epic War of the Roses: Broadchurch star SARAH PARISH recovers from a series of rock gigs at a lavish resort in Turkey No booze, no coffee and just 600 calories a day - I loved it! A 4,000 for a ten-day luxury detox isn't an extravagance, says Kirsty Lang, it's the best investment possible Abu Dhabi... the place to live life on the edge: Dune-bashing, friendly camels and a magnificent mosque make this destination a hit Sign of the times in Africa's hippo town: Exploring a ... (more)

Praiseworthy: Santa Cruz Shakespearea s new location is grand

Not in a redwood grove but a eucalyptus - Audrey Stanley Grove. Our dear friends from Davis were attending the Dickens Institute at UCSC and as has been our tradition for a few years, they treated us to Shakespeare.

Downtown Santa Cruz rally part of nationwide response to Charlottesville violence

Hundreds attend a peace vigil at the Town Clock Sunday evening to protest the racial violence caused by white supremacists in Charlottesville, Virginia. SANTA CRUZ >> Waving and flags and at times singing, more than 300 people gathered Sunday evening around the downtown clock tower to rally against hatred and bigotry, part of a nationwide response to the far-right protests and violence in Charlottesville, Virginia on Saturday.

Praiseworthy: Fundraiser for firefighter Clayton Ogden was a success

Santa Cruz City Fire would like to extend its gratitude to these organizations for helping to facilitate a fundraiser for Firefighter Clayton Ogden at the Santa Cruz harbor on Monday night. While it's unfortunate that the death of one of our own was the justification for this event, the evening proved to be a memorable one.

Boulder Creek documentarian highlights skilled workforce shortage

Boulder Creek documentarian Bob Gliner visited high school career technical education programs in California, Arizona and Massachusetts in making his "Job Centered Learning" film. Included in Gliner's movie is visit to Watsonville-based Graniterock's job site program.

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