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Municipality of La Paz Property Tax Discounts on Now

TBC Do you want to get an early jump on the New Year and pay your 2020 property taxes? The City of La Paz has announced its temporary tax discount program for the remaining months of 2019. This temporary discount will run until the end...

RECYCLING IN LA PAZ

By Barbara Holbrook Although La Paz does not yet have a citywide, curbside-recycling program, there is an opportunity to recycle plastic.  RecuperArte BCS is committed and concerned about the care of the environment and the pollution created by the different solid waste that is discarded...

WELCOME BACK TO THE BAJA CITIZEN

Welcome to our Fall edition of The Baja Citizen. The gang and I are back to work and will be publishing the hard copy version of the magazine monthly from November through May. Five editions will be filled with important news, culture events, real estate...

Statues of the La Paz Malecón

TBC The most accessible art in La Paz is the collection of statues along the malecón.  If you’ve ever wondered about the artists and the stories behind these works, a free app is available to help.  ”Statues of the La Paz Malecón / Estatuas del Malecón...

Why Choose La Paz?

By Heather Borquez With all the choices out there, especially in the Baja, which is a magical and spectacular place on its own, the question still remains, why choose La Paz?  What makes La Paz so desirable to live for the increasing number of North...

Three New Professional Sport Franchises in La Paz

By Russ Ham Three new professional sports franchises are playing their first seasons in La Paz — the Mantarrayas (basketball), the Delfines (baseball), and the Lobos Marinos (soccer). More than fifty million pesos has been invested in the stadium complex on Cinco de Mayo, and...

Sabor a Mar

For the first time, Sabor A Mar “A Gastronomical Experience”, will take place on Saturday, June 22nd at Puerto Cortez Sunset Lounge in La Paz. The event starts at 7:30 pm and is to support the protection of Espiritu Santo National Park. Come out and help support local...

Welcome to the Summer Edition of The Baja Citizen!

I have been calling La Paz home for almost 20 years now and I still find myself amazed at how beautiful it is. I consider myself so fortunate to live here.  La Paz has just become even more special with the renovation of two high...

Clinica Communitaria Familiar in El Centenario

By Carla Wilson On a gorgeous and cool Saturday morning, I headed for El Centenario to visit the newly-opened Clinica Communitaria Familiar.  The clinic is a project of the non-profit Fundación Astra, whose mission is to provide health care, free of charge, to the community...

First Real Estate Licenses Issued in BCS

TBC • The new licensing will guarantee the legality of new investments and will regulate all real estate operations in the state. The Secretary of Tourism, Economy and Sustainability (SETUES) in Baja California Sur, Luis Humberto Araiza López, granted the first real estate licenses to...