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November Meeting: Panel on Trash and Public Spaces

We invite you to join us for an informative meeting where we will delve into the essential role of the Maintenance Assessment District (MAD) and its unwavering commitment to the upkeep and enhancement of the beautiful Village of La Jolla. This meeting promises to shed light on the MAD's vital functions, the scope of its services, and the exciting projects that have been completed in 2023, as well as a glimpse into the future projects scheduled for 2024.

Our next meeting will be

November 9th at 5:00 PM 

at the

La Jolla Recreation Center

615 Prospect St.

La Jolla 

or by Zoom Conference. 

Reach out to the LJTC at




Dr. Navaz Karanjia, MD to sing National Anthem at LJTC


Dr. Navaz Karanjia, MD, is a board-certified neurologist who specializes in caring for people with life-threatening diseases of brain, spinal cord and nerves. She is medical director of UC San Diego Health's Neurocritical Care Program and Neuro-Intensive Care Unit (ICU), which she also founded. The Neuro-ICU team provides around-the-clock expert care, seven days a week, to critically ill patients who may have severe brain injury, stroke or brain tumors, or may be recovering from a neurosurgical procedure.

For the Following issues, please download the "Get It Done" App from the link below. 

  •  Graffiti

  • Potholes

  • Streetlights 

  • Traffic Signals

  • Streets and Sidewalks

  • Tree Maintenance

  • Storm Water

  • Flooding

  • Trash

  • Recycling

  • Dumpsters

  • Missed Collection

  • Parking

  • Scooters

  • Bicycles

  • Homeless Outreach

  • Illegal Dumping

  • Other

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President's Message

Embracing the Honor of Serving as

President of La Jolla Town Council


Dear La Jolla,


It is with immense pride and gratitude that I address you as the President of our esteemed La Jolla Town Council. It is such an honor to hold this position and to have the opportunity to serve our wonderful community.


Throughout my journey in the world of advertising and the non-profit sector, I have been fortunate to gather invaluable experiences and insights that have shaped my understanding of effective leadership and community development. Now, I am eager to apply the knowledge and skills acquired from those fields to this prestigious role and contribute to the betterment of our beloved town.


I strongly believe that every individual's voice matters, and that includes each member of this council and every resident of La Jolla. Your opinions, suggestions, and feedback are of utmost importance to me. I want to create an environment where open dialogue and constructive discussions are encouraged. As we work together, I sincerely hope to hear what each one of you has to say, as your perspectives and ideas will be the guiding force behind the decisions we make.


Actions speak louder than words, and I am dedicated to translating our collective visions into tangible and positive changes for our community.


I am genuinely excited to work hand in hand with all of you to take action and make a difference in our town. I have no doubt that together, we can accomplish great things.


Thank you once again for entrusting me with this remarkable opportunity to serve as your President. 

Warm regards,

Treger Strasberg

Elected Town Council President

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