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The City of Carmel-by-the-Sea places a high priority on providing high quality customer service to its citizens and addressing service requests in a prompt manner.

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Summer Reading Program Starts June 10

We are getting ready for our annual summer reading program. It will run from Monday June 10 through Saturday July 20. The children’s library has 6 special programs planned, and the Main Library has two programs planned.  See our calendar for dates.  Support will be provided by Thinker Toys, Carmel Bakery, Pizza My Heart, My Museum, Cottage of Sweets, and the Carmel Valley Pool. River House books will also be providing 7 $20.00 gift certificates. We will also be holding our Design a Bookmark contest with the Friends of the Library. 

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Memorial Day Ceremony

Memorial Day Ceremony – Please join the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea, in conjunction with the American Legion Post 512 to commemorate our servicemen and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice for this nation on Monday, May 27, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. in Devendorf Park, located at Junipero Street and Ocean Avenue.  The ceremony, which will commence with the ringing of the World War I Memorial bell and will include remarks by local dignitaries and Veterans from the American Legion.