During the COVID-19 pandemic, City employees whose normal job duties were disrupted due to closures of beaches, parks and libraries, stepped up to help out at the emergency homeless shelter at the San Diego Convention Center. City Library staff filled vital roles in assisting homeless...
Stories in Category Human Interest
As residents continue to follow a statewide stay-at-home order, the City of San Diego today released a new public service announcement that features the City’s elected leaders offering ways to stay safe, follow County public health guidelines and help others during the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn...
Brian is one of many San Diegans who has experienced homelessness. He lived on San Diego’s streets for several years before finally accepting help from the City’s Neighborhood Policing Homeless Outreach Team. His story showcases how outreach, temporary shelters and housing opportunities all play...
Find a rewarding career in the City of San Diego's Public Works Department. Search for jobs by visiting www.sandiego.gov/CityJobs.
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.
Following a major restoration, this indoor swimming pool originally built in 1925 has now reopened to the public.
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.
Five-year-old Liam has always dreamed about becoming a police officer. So, the San Diego Police Department went to great lengths to grant this little boy's wish.
Maybe you've heard of Randy Jones, the left-handed San Diego Padres pitcher who won the Cy Young Award? Well, we recently met another Randy Jones with some crafty skills of his own.