Malibu State Of The City Address Scheduled For May 3

April 25, 2023 ·

MALIBU—The Malibu-Pacific Palisades Chamber of Commerce’s State of the City Address is scheduled for Wednesday, May 3. During the address, Mayor Bruce Silverstein will talk about highlights and achievements accomplished in the previous year and will discuss the city’s finances, address upcoming major projects and issues in the year ahead.

“All of Malibu is invited to join us to discuss and reflect on the City’s successes and challenges and celebrate our beautiful and unique community,” said Mayor Bruce Silverstein.

The free event will occur at 10 a.m. at the Santa Monica College (SMC), Malibu Campus, located at 23555 Civic Center Way (next to the Malibu Library). Space is limited, and RSVPs are required. An overflow room with monitors will be available on site to watch the event.

Each year, the State of the City features speakers including county and state representatives, and is attended by Malibu’s business and civic leaders, and representatives from schools, non-profit organizations, and houses of worship.

Mayor Silverstein will be joined by speakers and special guests including Los Angeles County Supervisor, 3rd District Lindsey P. Horvath, City Manager Steve McClary, SMC Associate Dean Alice Meyering, Malibu-Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station Commanding Officer Captain Jennifer Seetoo and Chamber Board Chair Ian Roven.

Supervisor Horvath will talk about county issues that impact Malibu; Alice Meyering will discuss the new SMC campus; Captain Seetoo will give an update on crime and safety in the community and the new Sheriff’s Substation at the SMC campus; and Ian Roven will give an update on the Chamber’s work to support Malibu businesses.

To RSVP and to find learn more details, including sponsorship opportunities, visit

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