About Avila Alerts

Avila Alerts is brought to you by the Avila Beach Community Foundation for the purposes of alerting the Avila Beach and Avila Valley community of any emergencies, road closures, construction work or large events causing possible traffic and parking problems. If you have an alert to report, please email us at avilabeachcf@gmail.com.

Alerts are removed if no longer in effect.

Monday, September 28, 2015

Expect Heavier Traffic this Weekend Due to Events at Avila Golf Resort


The following events are being held at the Avila Golf Resort this weekend.  Expect heavier traffic one hour before and one hour after each of the events:

Friday, October 2nd – 5th Annual Avila Beach Party Concert from 5-10pm               
Saturday, October 3rd – 805 Beach Festival including Concert & BMX Bike Showcase from 12-5pm
Sunday, October 4th – Avila Beach Country Music Festival from 12pm-6:30pm

Thursday, September 24, 2015

Expect Heavier Traffic Due to An Event at Avila Golf Course Sunday, September 27th

This Sunday, September 27th  The Rebelution Concert will be held from 2-10pm at the Avila Beach Golf Course.  Expect heavier traffic between 1pm-2pm and 10pm-11pm.  

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Expect Heavier Traffic Due to an Event in Downtown Avila Beach on Sunday, September 20th

This Sunday, September 20th the Avila Apple Festival will be held from 12pm-4pm in Downtown Avila Beach on the Promenade.  Expect heavier traffic throughout the afternoon.   

Monday, September 14, 2015

Expect Heavier Traffic Due to An Event at Avila Golf Course Friday, September 18th

This Friday, September 18th  The Feels Beachside Music and Art Festival will be held from 5-10pm at the Avila Beach Golf Course.  Expect heavier traffic between 4pm-5pm and 10pm-11pm.   

Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Possible Shark Sighting in Avila Beach on Wed., Sept. 9th

A possible shark sighting near the Avila Beach Pier was reported on Wed. Sept. 9th prompting officials from the Port San Luis Harbor District to post "Shark Advisory Warning Signs" that will be up for at least 72 hours.  The beach remains open.  Read more here:

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