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Following these simple rules for using motorized scooters and devices could prevent injuries and save lives. www.sandiego.gov/SafeStreets
Fire prevention and safety is a shared responsibility. Please take a look at this video which contains valuable information about brush management. For more information, please visit sandiego.gov/fire/services/brush
The City of San Diego’s Junior Lifeguard Program has a special component for autistic children.
In this story you will meet Sadie and Hazel. They are “buddies” for one week during the summer but their bond far exceeds that timeframe.
Bridge to the Beach is a partnership between the...
The San Diego Police Department hosts a Junior Academy for students. The one-day program offers youth age 14 -18 an introduction to the Police Academy. For the inaugural session, SDPD invited students from Gompers Preparatory Academy to participate.
What if you had to save someone's life? Would you know what to do? September is National Preparedness Month and there is no better time to learn how to perform CPR and use an AED.
Every minute counts when sudden cardiac arrest strikes, and the chance of survival is less than 10 percent if...
Located on Pacific Highway, Fire Station 2 will boost emergency services for Downtown San Diego’s growing population. The apparatus bay of the station includes folding doors, rather than traditional roll-up doors, for quicker access. In addition, the three-story building features rooftop...
City of San Diego Police officers take part in the Public Library's Toddler Storytime reading series.