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The community of Encanto, which means "Enchantment" in Spanish, was given its name by Alice Klauber in 1889. Encanto has emerged into two communities of north and south. North Encanto is bounded on the north by Mallard Street, on the south by Akins Avenue, on the east by the City of Lemon Grove and on the west by 60th Street. Imperial Avenue is between the two communities. South Encanto is bounded on the north by Imperial Avenue, on the south by Skyline Drive, on the east by 69th Street and on the west by 60th Street.

Council Representative

photo of Karen Montufar-Federico

Karen Montufar-Federico

KMontufarFed@sandiego.govSend Email

Community Meetings

Encanto Lunch Bunch

1st Thursday at Noon
Location Varies
Contact:  Barbara Smith, bsmith5555@aol.com

Rosemont Town Council

1st Tuesday at 6 p.m.
Location Varies
Contact: Robert Campbell, robert.campbell.encanto@gmail.com