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June 29, 2016

Santa Cruz County 4th of July: Safety and Cleanup

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Santa Cruz County beaches will host thousands of visitors over the 4th of July weekend. In fact, it marks the busiest beach weekend of the season! In an effort to protect and preserve our beautiful county, violators who disrespect the beaches will be subject to "Triple Fines". Read more below about specific violations of the Municipal Code that will be subject to a fine of as much as $1,305 with fees. Please be safe, have fun, and respect this beautiful county!

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June 09, 2016

Gone Fishing: Where to Cast a Line in Santa Cruz County

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Deep sea and miles offshore or relaxed reservoir casts in the mountains, Santa Cruz County has a slew of gorgeous places to toss a line. Check out these tops spots to go fishing and let the fish stories begin!

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May 15, 2016

Recipe: Almond Poppy Seed Muffins from Flora Vista Inn

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In the tiny coastal town of La Selva Beach, you’ll find the wonderful Flora Vista Inn, a historic farmhouse tucked among flowering fields near the Monterey Bay. The 1871 home — originally designed as replica of Abraham Lincoln’s home in Springfield, IL — is now a bed & breakfast run by husband-and-wife team, Ed and Deanna Boos.

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May 10, 2016

44th Annual Wharf to Wharf: “The best little road race in California”

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The annual 6-mile, scenic, seaside run from Santa Cruz to Capitola-by-the-Sea is widely acclaimed "the best little road race in California". The Wharf to Wharf is the biggest summer event of its kind on the West Coast and whether you're a runner, cheerleader or spectator, Santa Cruz will be buzzing with excitement!

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April 07, 2016

Get on the Bay with a Scenic Yacht Charter

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The Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary has been called the Serengeti of the Sea and now is a great time to see why. Just months ago schools of anchovies were flooding the bay, luring large numbers of marine mammals. Humpback whales, dolphins, sea otters and seals were regular sights along the Santa Cruz shore. Although the unusually close coastal encounters may have tapered, wildlife is still bustling out in the Bay. But for the best views, you’ll need to hop on a boat.

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