In a Maintenance Assessment District (MAD), property owners within the district pay for and receive a special benefit of services above-and-beyond what the City of San Diego provides. The citizen advisory committee working with the City for the Talmadge Maintenance Assessment District (TMAD) is an elected Board of Directors and subcommittee volunteers from within theTalmadge Maintenance Assessment Districtand operating under theTMAD By-Laws.
TMAD Meetings, open to all, are held on the fourth (4th) Tuesday of each month (except Aug & Dec) at 6:30pm.Pursuant to Order of the California Public Health Officer dated August 28, 2020, as incorporated by the Health Officer Order and Emergency Regulations in effect throughout San Diego County, all TMAD meetings are presently being held as live online videoconferences. Anyone may attend TMAD meetings for free online or via telephone by following the access instructions provided in that meetings agenda, posted below.
Geographically, TMAD is only a subset of the greater Talmadge area. The TMAD district begins with the Monroe Avenue addressed properties on the South and continues North to the canyons. (NOTE: at Monroe & 44th, addresses 4492 & 4494 on 44th Street are South of Monroe but within the District. NOTE: In the North canyons, the Talmadge Canyon Park apartment complex, East of Fairmount, is not within the District). Members of TMAD are the property owners within this boundary, as can be confirmed on a parcels property tax bill where the TMAD assessment is listed. See theTMAD Boundary Map City of San Diego 2000for official boundaries.
TMAD Meeting Agendas
Additional past agenda can be found attalmadge.org/organizations/tmad
San Diego, CA 00000