August 10, 2015
Leaders from the City and County of San Diego today announced that San Diego's stadium plans are on track, and that a January special election is possible if the Chargers return to the negotiating table and agree to financial terms by early September.
August 6, 2015
The City of San Diego's financial health has shown "remarkable improvement" over the past decade due to fiscal reforms and now ranks among the best when compared to other cities with similar populations, according to a Performance Audit by independent City Auditor Eduardo Luna.
August 5, 2015
Continuing his push for a more efficient and effective city government, Mayor Kevin L. Faulconer was joined today by City Council President Sherri Lightner and Councilmember Chris Cate to announce that an improved trash compaction method and implementation of the City's Zero Waste Plan will extend the useful life of the Miramar Landfill to 2030.
August 3, 2015
Mayor Kevin L. Faulconer today joined City Councilmember Marti Emerald, Park and Recreation Director Herman Parker and Mid-City Community Advocacy Network (CAN) leadership and youth to announce more than $3 million in new funding to repair and renovate the old Copley YMCA building, which will become the new Park De La Cruz Recreation Center.
July 22, 2015
Mayor & Regional Partners in Education Announce $13 Million in Funding to Provide a Pathway for Students to High-Skilled, High-Paying Jobs
Working to provide more opportunities for more San Diegans, Mayor Kevin L. Faulconer today joined several leaders in San Diego education to announce a $13 million grant that will help align a regional infrastructure that supports student pathways to high-demand, high-skilled and high-wage jobs.
July 14, 2015
With NFL officials looking for progress toward a new stadium in San Diego, City leaders took a key step forward today by authorizing environmental work for a stadium replacement project in Mission Valley.
July 13, 2015
Continuing the City of San Diego's leadership on environmental issues, Mayor Kevin L. Faulconer praised the adoption of a "Zero Waste" plan that calls for reusing, rather than disposing of, virtually all of the City's trash by 2040.