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Coordinated Street Outreach City tent in a parking lot with tables set under the tent to help with outreach services.

The City of San Diego will continue tackling homelessness by supporting shelter space, outreach efforts and housing programs thanks to an additional $29.9 million grant allocation from the State of California. The California State Legislature made the money available through the latest round of…

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map of the location of construction

The City of San Diego is issuing a traffic advisory starting this coming weekend in the Morena neighborhood, and it will remain in place over the following four weeks. Pipeline construction work for the City of San Diego’s Pure Water program will require full closures of the intersection of…

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fema support

I have to confess to getting a little emotional when I got the call that President Biden approved a FEMA designation for San Diego. 

I’ve been…

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two way road with a sign on the right side of the lane that says lane closed for slurry seal work

Several City of San Diego communities will soon have improved and safer streets thanks to the start of a new slurry seal project, part of an overall effort to repair and resurface roads citywide. This week, the City will begin resurfacing streets in and around Rancho Bernardo, Rancho Peñasquitos…

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Fema application secured- three ways to apply. Images of laptop, cell phone, and home phone

Following the Presidential Major Disaster Declaration announced earlier this week, City of San Diego is urging residents who incurred damage to their homes, cars and businesses from the Jan. 22 severe storm and flash flooding to begin the application process with the Federal Emergency Management…

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smart camera san diego

Following final City Council approval in November, the San Diego Police Department (SDPD) has begun installing and using Smart Streetlight cameras and Automated License Plate Recognition (ALPR) technologies, and they have already assisted in solving crimes.

“Having our Smart Streetlight…

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Rain on City Streets

City of San Diego crews are continuing work to clear mud and debris in preparation for more rain as soon as Monday, Feb. 19, with up to half an inch expected. Residents who live in low-lying areas are encouraged to take precautions ahead of the storm and follow safety procedures in the event of…

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Ongoing, collaborative efforts to create additional permanent affordable homes with supportive services for people experiencing homelessness in San Diego will receive another infusion of state funding with the award of $35 million from the Homekey program to the San Diego Housing Commission (…

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Two lifeguards asking a resident questions in their front drive way

Teams from the City of San Diego have been going door to door, daily, to survey residents affected by the recent storms, including Southcrest, Shelltown, Mountain View, Mount Hope, Grant Hill, Encanto, Skyline, Webster, and…

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citywide project labor agreement signing

Mayor Todd Gloria on Wednesday signed into law legislation that enables an overarching project labor agreement with local labor organizations for most City-funded construction projects.  

The citywide project labor agreement will ensure City projects get done on time and on budget,…

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