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During the holiday season, please note the following days that our offices will be closed: Friday, December 22nd at 10:45am thru Monday, December 25th. (We will reopen on Tuesday, December 26th at 9am)Monday, January 1st closed 9am-5pm. (We will reopen Tuesday, January 2nd at 9:00am.) If you experience a maintenance emergency (such as water leak or power outage) after business hours or on a holiday, we’re still here for you! Please call our emergency line at (760) 801-1149. If you are requesting normal maintenance, please click here.

Have a very Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year!

News and Events

Keep up-to-date with what's happening at Chamberlain Property Management, as well as our local community.

Dec 1, 2017
Encinitas Holiday Parade!
2017 Encinitas Holiday Parade rolls along Coast Highway 101 on Saturday, December 2nd. At 5:00 pm there is the Tree Lighting ceremony with a brief appearance by Santa at the Lumberyard (near Starbucks coffee).

Encinitas' favorite holiday tradition. Put it on your calendar. Nearly 100 parade entries will roll, march, cycle, scoot and cruise down the Coast Highway on the most magical night of the year! The parade begins at 5:30 PM, and ends about 7:30 pm.
Parking Shuttles - don't stress over finding a parking space downtown, take advantage of our FREE parking shuttles that run from Scripps Memorial Hospital Encinitas.




Nov 24, 2017
Giving Tree Lighting
Join us for a festive tree lighting celebration featuring holiday performances by the All American Boys Chorus, complimentary hot chocolate and a visit with Santa for those celebrating the USO San Diego. Friday, November 24th at 6:30, Seaport Village.

You can also bring your toy donation to this free, kick-off event!

After the Giving Tree lighting ceremony, Eddie V's invites you to join them in their V-Lounge from 8 pm - 11 pm. A portion of the proceeds from the V-Lounge sales will be donated to USO San Diego. Continue the celebration with live festive music, refreshing drinks and amazing food!



Nov 11, 2017
Veteran's Day Parade
The San Diego Veteran’s Day Parade, which will be held on November 11th at 11:00am in Downtown. You can see over 4,000 veterans, along with entertainment and floats in honor of military service members. There will also be a special tribute to all the veterans who served in World War II. Be a part of the 31st annual Veteran’s Day Parade and enjoy the beautiful day in San Diego with all of the locals.

The Start Line is in the vicinity of the Fountain Plaza at the Waterfront Park of the County Administration Building. The Parade Route proceeds south on N Harbor Drive past a long row of grand stands, and past the Wyndham Bayside Hotel, and past the B Street Pier, and crosses Broadway, and continues past the USS Midway to Pacific Highway. Come out and help us honor our Veteran's!



Oct 28, 2017
Halloween in the Village
Bring your little ghosts, goblins, princesses and super heroes to the Village on Saturday, October 28th from 3pm to 6pm for merchant trick-or-treating. Check in at Sea Coast Exclusive Properties (500 Grand Avenue) for a map of Candy Stops and be sure to visit those all throughout the Village who are also looking forward to seeing the amazing costumes. website just in time!


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Sep 16, 2017
Oceanside Harbor Days
On September 16-17, 2017 the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce along with Tri-City Medical Center and Genentech will present Oceanside Harbor Days at the Oceanside Harbor. The event will feature arts and craft exhibits, great food and fun activities for the entire family. The event is open from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Saturday and 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Sunday.

Two event filled days of sun, sand, and surf provide an outstanding opportunity for residents and neighbors to experience fun activities including the Pirate Village, Arts, Crafts and Food booth areas, Nail 'n' Sail Competition, Military, Public Safety displays, and more.



Sep 16, 2017
Hispanic Heritage Month Kickoff in the Village
Hispanic Heritage Month Kickoff Celebration at New Village Arts! Come join us on Saturday, September 16th from 1pm to 4pm in the New Village Arts Foundry for this free, public event and enjoy live entertainment, crafts for the kids, an interactive art project, raffles and more. Entertainment by Melba Novoa Flamenco, Ballet Tapatio de Oceanside, and House of Panama. Nadia Guevara will host. Raffles include tickets to New Village Art shows and Foundry Artist artwork. Don't miss this fun, community event!



Sep 13, 2017
Beach Cleanup Volunteers Need
The City of Carlsbad is seeking volunteers for the 33rd annual California Coastal Cleanup Day, Saturday, Sept. 16, from 9 a.m. to noon at the north end of the city’s beach, at Rue des Chateaux and Ocean Street. Reduce waste at this year's cleanup by bringing along your own bucket, work gloves and reusable water bottle.

Cleanup volunteers not only pick up trash, they also collect data on types of trash and debris found. This data is used to educate the public, businesses, industries and government on pollution prevention. Last year, over 100 volunteers removed over 300 pounds of trash and debris from Tamarack State Beach.

Volunteers are encouraged to sign up at www.cleanupday.org. Click on the map to select the city-sponsored coastal site at Carlsbad – North City Beach or any of the other registered sites. A volunteer waiver form is available on the website or at the event. All volunteers are required to sign the waiver, and participants under 18 must have a waiver signed by a parent or guardian.

Sponsored by I Love A Clean San Diego and part of the larger International Coastal Cleanup Day, the California Coastal Cleanup Day includes events at more than 100 locations throughout San Diego County, including several sites in Carlsbad.



Jul 1, 2017
Oceanside Independence Day Parade
Come see floats, bands, walking groups, cool cars and much more during the annual Oceanside Independence Parade in San Diego's North County.

Join us for the annual Independence Day Parade as it makes it way north on Coast Highway from Wisconsin Avenue to Pier View Way (just before City Hall). Come see floats, bands, walking groups, cool cars and much more

The parade starts in front of the 101 Cafe (Coast Highway at Wisconsin Avenue) at 10:00 AM and works its way north with the first unit of the parade reaching City Hall around 10:15 AM. Running time from beginning to end is about two hours.

Viewing of the parade is available from the sidewalks along the entire route. Spectators are encouraged to bring folding chairs. The highest concentration of viewers will be on the north end of the route past Seagaze Drive.



Apr 1, 2017
Ironman Oceanside
Oceanside, California offers triathletes a chance to race in the region that birthed the sport in the early 1970s in Mission Bay. The season opener attracts a who's who of triathlon in North America. For more information including where to watch the events, click here.





Mar 13, 2017
Diaper Drive
Diaper Drive benefiting the North County Food Bank, now through March 20th. Families living in poverty in North County struggle to afford diapers for their children. A month's supply for one child can cost between $70 and $80. Please donate unopened boxes of diapers for the North County Food Bank's Diaper Bank Program. For drop off locations and more information, click
Dress your canine in Mardi Gras themed costumes and connect with Center adoptables, alumni, and revelers of all ages, breeds, and creeds as we celebrate with a festive parade! Make a day of it and peruse the plethora of delightful treats, homemade goods, and fresh produce at the market before or after the parade.

Parade begins at 11am, followed by the Best Float and Best Dressed Pet contests.






Feb 11, 2017
Celebrate Chinese Lantern Festival
Kung Hei Fat Choy means Happy New Year! We are celebrating the end of the Lunar New Year with the Chinese Lantern Festival! Join us for an explosive story time and a cultural connection; learning numbers in Chinese!

• Smart Art (Art Studio-Full Day): Chinese Lanterns :Light the way to good fortune, happiness, wealth, and longevity with these Chinese Lanterns! Your children will sharpen their fine motor skills as they create and decorate lovely lanterns for your windows or doors.
• Sensational Story Time (11:00am): Lanterns and Firecrackers will take your child on a Lunar New Year’s adventure from start to finish!
• Cultural Connection (3:00pm): Chinese Numbers :We will learn our numbers in Chinese and then practice tracing the numbers together. Saturday, 2/11, 11:00am-3:30pm



Jan 23, 2017
Encinitas Wellness Week
The Encinitas 101 MainStreet Association kicks off its 7th Annual Wellness Week with a Wellness Festival at the Encinitas Library on Saturday, January 21. Peruse dozens of exhibitors offering product demos and samples, and take advantage of free health screenings, mini-treatments, and educational workshops. There will be something of interest for all ages. Then, through January 27, enjoy free classes, treatments, consultations, and presentations, as well as other community events, including a Wellness Week Happy Hour and the Tibetan Bowl and Gong concert



Jan 15, 2017
Carlsbad Marathon & Half
The Carlsbad Marathon & Half is back! January 15. The out-and-back marathon course is gently rolling, with much of it is along the beautiful Pacific Ocean. The highest point of elevation is 308 feet above sea level reached gradually between miles 5 and 9 (click here for course map). The race starts at the Shoppes at Carlsbad. It begins by passing the Buena Vista Lagoon in the early miles, setting the event's naturalistic tone. The course and surroundings soon pick up the beat as participants make their way through spectator-packed Carlsbad Village, a quaint but popular mix of restaurants, shops and hotels. Mile three exposes stunning views of the Pacific Ocean, providing an inspiring sight and gorgeous backdrop as rolling hills carry runners and walkers past sandy beaches and rolling surf. Participants head east on Palomar Airport Road for a 3-mile trip inland, then out to the coast and south on Carlsbad Boulevard (Highway 101) to a U-turn at La Costa Avenue, then back up the coast to the finish line. Need to know what roads are closed? Click here!



Jan 13, 2017
MLK Day Parade
Join all the celebrations on Harbor Drive for the 37th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Parade. This celebration honors Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. through numerous universities, community organizations and individuals and families who want to recognize his legacy. The parade is filled with floats, soulful high school bands, drill teams, colleges, fraternities and sororities, churches, youth groups and much more. The parade is coordinated by the Zeta Sigma Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha, the oldest Black fraternity in America, founded in 1906.



Dec 30, 2016
Carlsbad: Recycle Your Christmas Tree
Now that Christmas 2016 has come and gone, help divert green waste from the landfill by recycling your Christmas tree.

The city of Carlsbad is offering free, curbside pickup through Friday, Jan. 13 and drop-off bin locations for Christmas trees through Saturday, Jan. 14. Trees will be recycled and converted into mulch that will be used throughout San Diego County.

Curbside tree pickup will take place on normally scheduled collection days. Drop off locations in Carlsbad include:
Calavera Hills Community Park, 2997 Glasgow Drive
Stagecoach Community Park,3420 Camino de los Coches
Poinsettia Community Park, 6600 Hidden Valley Road
Fire Station 1, 1275 Carlsbad Village Drive

Residential curbside trash and recycling, as well as commercial pickup will remain on normal service schedule the weeks following Christmas and New Year’s Day. Customers are asked to place carts out for pickup on their normal service day. When placing trees for curbside collection, customers are asked to follow these guidelines:
Remove all decorations, including tinsel, lights, ornaments and tree stands.
Trees taller than 6 feet must be cut in half and placed next to your green waste cart.
When possible, residents are asked to cut down the tree so that it fits inside the green waste cart, with the lid closed for collection.
Please note that flocked trees cannot be recycled and must be disposed of through regular trash service. Flocked trees must fit into the trash cart, with the lid closed for collection.



Dec 27, 2016
Where to Ring in 2017 Around San Diego
Sometimes New Year’s Eve is all about dressing to the nines, carrying an itty-bitty purse, and dancing the night away with other grown-ups. Other times, it’s all about quality family fun and early bedtimes. Both are great–but since we’re kinda partial to ringing in 2017 with our kiddos, here are a few creative ideas for a sweet celebration with your family. Happy new year! Click here for some creative New Year's Eve ideas.