A web services analyst for the City of San Diego, Ruben Camerino spends his free time volunteering as a Star Wars character with the 501st Legion.
Stories for July 2019
Located Downtown in the Cortez Hill neighborhood, this park opened in 2008. A sweet retreat from the busy freeway, this park provides a natural buffer between the road and nearby homes.
Following a major restoration, this indoor swimming pool originally built in 1925 has now reopened to the public.
One of the best places to enjoy beautiful views of Mission Bay, this 79-acre park is located on Mount Soledad. It was named after Kate Sessions in 1957, what would have been her 100th birthday.
To help increase San Diego's supply of housing for low and middle-income residents, the San Diego City Council voted to make it easier and more affordable for homeowners to add a second unit, also known as a companion unit, to their property.
The top 5 things to remember before you visit the beach or the bay this Fourth of July.
Smart streetlights are advancing innovation in San Diego. We caught up with the City's Chief Sustainability Officer Cody Hooven to learn more. And we want to hear from you! The City is hosting a series of community meetings: bit.ly/2WjQoBw.
This Father’s Day, the City of San Diego celebrates generations of employees like the Galvez family, who have provided over 100 years of dedicated service to the city and its residents.