Solana Beach launches new city Web site

The City of Solana Beach launched a redesigned Web site this week, with a cleaner look and an easy to navigate home page. It also features a new Solana Beach events calendar, hosted by Google.

The city still sends out e-mail blasts with city news and events, emergency notifications, employment news and for when the Shorelines newsletter is released. However, users will have to sign up again to receive the e-mail notifications.

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  2. Del Mar launches redesigned Web site
  3. Community center launches Web site
  4. Solana Beach City Council to receive a pay raise
  5. Torrey pines cut down at Solana Beach school site

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