Crews worked to remove invasive palm trees from a grove in Scripps Ranch. The Mexican fan palms threaten native species and create a fire danger.
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City biologists are working with the United States Geological Survey to identify any native turtle species in Lake Miramar, part of the City's commitment to conservation and protecting natural habitats.
A local historian and paranormal investigator takes us through the Davis-Horton House, a City-owned museum and stop on the Ghosts of the Gaslamp Walking Tour.
Take a moment to flip through the digital version of City of San Diego's 2017 Highlights and Succeses book available here: sandiego.gov/fy17highlights.
You never know when an earthquake will hit, even during a City Council meeting. We’re taking a look back at some memorable moments from the past 20 years on CityTV: sandiego.gov/blog/20-years-citytv
City employees volunteer as mentors to provide valuable work experience and job training for young people ages 16 to 24.
Councilmembers and City leaders helped kick-off a new literacy program for young children by reading the same book at the same time at all 36 City libraries.
San Diego homeowners can get a $100 rebate from the City of San Diego if they need to replace their old pressure reducing valve for a new one.
A vacant lot in City Heights is transformed into a family neighborhood park for residents. Smiles, giggles and the laughter of children accompanies the opening of Wightman Street Park.