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person recycling old tax documents

If you’ve just finished filing your latest tax return and are wondering how to safely dispose of old tax files, the City of San Diego’s free Tax Files Recycling event is for you!

Beginning today, April 17, City of San Diego residents can drop off documents in secured bins at the…

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H Barracks map

With the proposed Kettner & Vine shelter in mind, our vision for…

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and aisle surrounded by bookshelves.

The San Diego Public Library (SDPL) is removing barriers to library access with the new Fresh Start…

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Housing construction.

The City of San Diego has been named a Top 10 Finalist for the Ivory…

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Pure Water San Diego

Today, Representative Scott Peters (CA-50) and U.S. Senator Alex Padilla (D-CA) introduced legislation to help alleviate the western water crisis, stemming from the long-term drought conditions affecting the Colorado River and its reservoirs. The Drought Relief Obtained Using Government Help…

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2024 chamber delegation photo

A group of more than 170 business and civic leaders from across the San Diego and Baja, California region is in Washington, D.C. advocating for issues critical to our environment, business growth, the creation of jobs, and the economy. It is the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce’s annual…

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fiscal year 2025 budget

Amid a challenging fiscal climate, Mayor Todd Gloria today released his Fiscal Year 2025 proposed budget -- a $5.65 billion spending plan focused on preserving the progress the City has made over the past three years to…

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street sweeping truck in front of a house.

The City of San Diego will resume street sweeping services in early May along routes in southeastern San Diego after temporarily halting service following the historic Jan. 22 storm and its aftermath.

The City paused parking enforcement for street sweeping to allow for large-scale cleanup…

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Two banners posted between two trees that state FEMA Disaster Recovery Center and Disaster Assitance

Mayor Todd Gloria and the City of San Diego are encouraging anyone who was impacted by the Jan. 22 storm to apply for federal disaster assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) ahead of the April 19 deadline.  So far, more than 2,600 households have been approved for…

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Office of Child and Youth Success Executive Director at the podium, in front of a group of youth advocates

The City of San Diego is one of nine cities nationwide selected to join the Early Learning Nation Capacity Building Initiative led by the National League of Cities. This 17-month initiative will provide the City’s Office of Child and Youth Success (OCYS) with in-depth support and guidance from…

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