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Mountain View

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Julio Rivera

The Mountain View site was acquired by the City in 1874 and the site was dedicated at Mt. View Park on September 23, 1914. The Mountain View neighborhood boundaries include Imperial Avenue to 45th Street, Ocean View Boulevard to 35th Street. The Mt. View Park site was acquired by the City of San Diego in 1874. The site was dedicated as Mt. View Park on September 23, 1914.

The Mountain View Park & Community Center has become one of the major focal points and has increased community involvement through special events participation as well as learning from each others' diverse background. The Mountain View community has recognized that a safe environment for families to interact brings awareness and tolerance to different cultures and builds positive relationships between residents and their families.

The neighborhood became known as “Mountain View” because of its unobstructed view of San Miguel Mountain to the east. Located on a plateau, it is one of the flattest areas in the community.

Community Meetings

Southeastern San Diego Planning Group
2nd Mon. 6:00 p.m.
Neighborhood House
841 South 41st Street

Mountain View Recreation Council
2nd Tuesday of each month, 6:30 p.m.
Mountain View Recreation Center, 641 S. Boundary Street, San Diego CA
J. Enrique Duran, Center Director III
(619) 527-3417, jeduran@sandiego.gov

Mountain View Community Council (Spanish)
3rd Wednesday of each month, 6 p.m.
Mountain View Recreation Center, 641 S. Boundary Street, San Diego CA