Thanks to the success of the Get It Done app and web portal, we receive hundreds of reports from residents and visitors every day. Crews are responding across 372 square miles of our world-class city and, in some cases, problems may take a while to fix. With an average of 20,000 reports being...
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Spring Egg Hunts are here! The City is hosting 45 free egg hunt events for families at recreation centers across San Diego through May 11, 2019. Find an event near you: bit.ly/SpringEggHunts
On the first day of spring, the wildflowers were blooming and attracting plenty of hikers and visitors to Mission Trails Regional Park.
Through a major expansion of the City’s pothole repair program, crews will work to fill thousands of potholes that developed during heavy rains in early 2019.
“Our roads took a beating from repeated storms so we’re going to take advantage of this dry spell to fill as many potholes as we...
At the New Americans Museum, Mayor Kevin Faulconer and Council President Georgette Gómez released the Welcoming San Diego Strategic Plan on Immigrant & Refugee Integration – a community-written blueprint for the San Diego region to welcome immigrants and new citizens. To read the full...
Since 2015, the City has partnered with the Farmers Insurance Open on a composting program to eliminate food waste at the event. This year, we also collaborated on a new waste reduction effort at Torrey Pines Municipal Golf Course.
Thousands of residents joined City leaders to participate in a book pass, commemorating the grand opening of the new Mission Hills - Hillcrest/Knox Library.
With the purchase of a new book sorting machine, the City has reduced staff overtime and improved the delivery speed of materials to 36 branch libraries.