A community update

Residents active in improving City Heights met with Councilwoman Marti Emerald on Aug. 23 at the Manzanita Gathering Place.

We are thrilled to see City Heights continually improving through the teamwork of dedicated volunteers, amazing local leaders, inspired visionaries and incredible not-for-profit organizations. With all of this in place, and the support we receive from District 9’s own City…

Noticias comunitarias

Nos emociona ver que City Heights continuamente avanza gracias al trabajo en equipo de dedicados voluntarios, extraordinarios líderes locales, inspirados visionarios y fantásticas organizaciones sin fines de lucro. Gracias a todo esto y al apoyo que recibimos de la Concejal…

News in brief

City Heights cleanup The recently formed City Heights Clean & Safe Coalition led dozens of residents and business owners in a community cleanup Aug. 21. The effort along a stretch of University Avenue marked the beginning of the Clean &…

Resumen de noticias

Limpieza en City Heights La recién formada Coalición City Heights Limpia y Segura organizó una limpieza comunitaria en la que participaron docenas de residentes y empresarios el 21 de agosto. La iniciativa a lo largo de un área de la…

In My Own Words: Transit a critical need

Cristian Vaquero, 17, testifying in favor of the Youth Opportunity Pass program during a San Diego Metropolitan Transit System board of directors meeting in July. Photo Credit: Adam Ward

In July and August, a group of Mid-City CAN members, resident leaders and Youth Opportunity Pass recipients asked the San Diego Metropolitan Transit System’s board of directors to continue a bus pass program so that more students could be part…