The Pacifica Progressive Alliance exists to make our town socially just and environmentally sustainable and to support the work of Pacificans in furthering those ideals outside the bounds of the city.
We are proud to announce a new video about three Pacifica residents, members of our community, who lost their housing but did not lose their hope.
Our hope, is that together, in collaboration with the Pacifica Resource Center, the Churches of Pacifica, and the City of Pacifica, we can have a positive impact on the unhoused in Pacifica.
We are honored to share the stories of Monique Barr, Lesley Bode and Matt Millard.
Eileen Barsi, a member of the Pastoral Council at St. Peter Church, provides a voice, perspective and a vision for the Faith Community of Pacifica.
Our hope, is that the video will point the way to a better future for the most vulnerable in our community.
Dear Pacifica Progressive Alliance member,
We want to invite you to get involved with the PPA and with its member groups.
The PPA General meetings are held quarterly, start at 7:00 pm and are held virtually with a meeting link emailed to members.
Below is information on how to get involved with any of the groups in PPA.
Pacifica Peace People
Please join us for our monthly meeting now held on Zoom the 2nd Monday of the month at 10:00a. To receive an invite, email
The Pacifica Climate Committee
Meets approximately once a month. For information on dates and places please contact Cynthia Kaufman.
Pacificans for Highway 1 Alternatives (PH1A)
PH1A is not currently meeting because we achieved our main goal of stopping Caltrans’ Highway 1 widening project. Although the group is not active, we are not disbanding. The Steering Committee is keeping track of local developments in case we need to become active again on related issues. We are not encouraging new members or contacts at this time.
Pacifica Social Justice
Meets every other Sunday from 7-9pm. For information on the dates and location, please contact us.
Pacifica Community Resources & Services
Pacifica City Hall
170 Santa Maria Ave 738-73144
Pacifica Community Center
540 Crespi Drive
Pacifica Community Center
A multi-service center for senior
with social programs & activities
Lunch program: Mon-Fri at noon
Pacifica Resource Center
A human services agency that assist persons in need of emergency food, shelter, rent assistance, etc. All services are free and confidential.
For pre-school to school age children
Subsidized & full-cost tuition
Covid-19 Call Center 2-1-1
Sharp Park Branch Sanchez Branch
104 Hilton Way 1111 Terra Nova Blvd
Tenants Rights Hotline
No Migra. (203) 666-4772
-Legal Aid of San Mateo County 650-517-8911
-Community Legal Services of
East Palo Alto
City Council Members
Mayor Deirdre Martin, 215-806-8217
Mayor pro Tem, Sue Beckmeyer,
Councilmember Mary Bier,
Councilmember Mike O’Neill,o’email@example.com 650-302-2470
Councilmember Sue Vaterlaus, 650-291-0470
City Council: 2nd & 4th Monday of the month 7 PM at 2212 Beach Blvd, 2nd floor