The City of San Diego repaired have a dozed driveway aprons along 4700 Mansfield Street.
Councilmember Ward ensured that several Normal Heights streets – reported for hazardous materials and waste – were quickly and properly sanitized.
Balboa Park Golf Course Parking Lot Improvements
Councilmember Ward and residents advocated to regrade, resurface and restripe the parking lot at the Balboa Park Golf Course. You can find a photo gallery of the completed work here.
Ward Canyon Park Design Phase Funding
After years of advocacy from the community and our office, Councilmember Ward was able to help secure funding to complete the second phase of the Ward Canyon Park General Development Plan, which calls for a community garden, a new park building for staff, and a gateway on the Northeastern corner of the park.
55 Permanent Supportive Housing Units
Broke ground with the San Diego Housing Commission’s project to build 55 units of Permanent Supportive Housing on El Cajon Boulevard. This will help get homeless veterans of our streets and connect them to essential supportive services.
Water and Sewer Line Replacement
Invested in several major capital improvement projects in Normal Heights, primarily South of Adams. Worked with residents to mitigate the impacts to roadways and with respect to construction activity while replacing several miles of water and sewer mains.
New Trash Bins at Adams Avenue Park
Provided 3 new trash bins with Community Projects, Programs, and Services funds from the District 3 office, to ensure that Adams Avenue Park remains clean and safe for residents.
Sale of 40th & ECB properties for Multi-Family, Mixed-Use Opportunity
Authorized the sale of two properties located at 40th Street and El Cajon Boulevard to a local community developer who plans on revitalizing this portion of Normal Heights with a dense, multi-family transit-oriented development.
Slurry sealed and paved more than two miles of streets in Normal Heights.
El Cajon Boulevard 2020 Revitalization Efforts
Councilmember Ward kicked-off a summit to connect city officials, local developers, business owners, and residents in an effort to transform El Cajon Boulevard into a major commercial and community-serving corridor.