If you see goats along SR 76, they’re doing important work. These furry helpers are starting to lay the groundwork for OceanKAMP, the wave lagoon resort coming to Oceanside as soon as 2026.
SDG&E recognizes that this can be a challenging time for many customers and may be able to help if you are having trouble paying your bill. You might be eligible for programs and services that can provide immediate financial assistance and help you avoid interruptions in your service. Flexible payment arrangements are also available to help you pay down past due balances. Learn more at sdge.com/Payment-Arrangements.
Calling all transitioning military and recently separated veterans! (And your families!)
Supervisor Desmond is joining forces with the San Diego Veteran’s Coalition to host a family friendly event to connect you with a tailored community sponsor.
Record breaking heat waves have become a staple of summers in America. Those hardest hit are the most vulnerable – seniors, young children and people with chronic health conditions. Extreme heat kills more people in the United States than any other weather hazard. Extreme heat events in the United States are expected to become even more common, more severe and longer lasting. Here’s a list of tips to help stay cool and safe. Visit sdge.com/MyEnergy for more tips.
ESCONDIDO, CA – San Diego County Farm Bureau (SDCFB) has named Mary Matava of Oceanside, CA as SDCFB’s 2022 Farmer of the Year. Matava has more than 40 years of experience assessing the agronomic suitability of Southern California soils and over 25 years of manufacturing organic soil amendments used by farmers throughout Southern California. Matava’s professional experiences have contributed to her success in farming and the large impact she has had volunteering with a wide range of nonprofit organizations in agriculture.
Did you know that SDG&E provides webinars for business owners and trade professionals, so you can learn new skills at your own pace?
Higher summer temperatures can mean higher energy bills and cause an extraordinary strain on the electrical grid. This can lead to a greater risk of grid emergencies and power outages. But it doesn't have to be this way.
Summer pricing is here, and when you use energy matters. Using less energy from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. is good for the environment (and your budget). We’ve put together tips, resources and programs to help you manage your energy usage & bill.
Take a little stress out of your move when you schedule your SDG&E service request online.
There are programs and services available to help manage your bills.
Join us for our annual family-friendly health fair and breast milk drive with FREE goodies for attendees and fun activities for the kids! There will be giveaways and prizes for the entire family
SDG&E recognizes that this can be a challenging time for many customers and may be able to help if you are having trouble paying your bill. You might be eligible for programs and services that can provide immediate financial assistance and help you avoid interruptions in your service. Flexible payment arrangements are also available to help you pay down past due balances. Learn more.
earn a reward FOR Volunteering to CONSERVE ENERGY WITH SDG&E’S POWER SAVER REWARDS PROGRAM (we ran this article in may)
Help make California’s energy grid stronger, safer and more reliable for all Californians this summer – and get a reward for it too! The Power Saver Rewards program pays you for lowering your electricity use when energy is in high demand. When the temperatures rise, it pays to be flexible.
TrueCare Receives Health & Human Services (HHS) $2 Million Grant to Expand Community Access to Maternal Health Care
Quality Improvement Funding Supports Community Health Center’s Efforts to Ramp up Doula Program to Reduce Maternal and Infant Mortality Rates
SAN MARCOS (June 14, 2023) -- TrueCare™, a community-based health center serving San Diego and Riverside counties, has been awarded a $2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), through the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). TrueCare will use grant funding to impact maternal and newborn health outcomes through a new doula program
SAN DIEGO, CA (June 14, 2023) – NewMark Merrill Companies, Inc. is proud to announce that two of its shopping centers in San Diego County won top 2023 Global MAXI Marketing Awards at the prestigious International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) Conference in Las Vegas. The annual Global MAXI Awards, with thousands of U.S. and international entries, are presented to the best retail and marketplace industry programs.
Join SDCCU and the D.A.’s Office for Tips on How to Avoid Becoming a Victim of Elder Financial Abuse
Webinar aims to educate the community on elder financial abuse and crime during Elder Abuse Awareness Month
SAN DIEGO, Calif., (June 12, 2023) -- San Diego County Credit Union® (SDCCU®), one of California’s largest credit unions, will host “District Attorney Tips on How to Avoid Becoming the Next Victim of Elder Financial Abuse,” during Elder Abuse Awareness Month in June. This complimentary educational webinar presented by San Diego County Deputy District Attorney Scott Pirrello will take place on Wednesday, June 21 at 12 p.m. This free webinar is open to the public, but virtual seating is limited and reservations are required.
Did you know that SDG&E provides webinars for business owners and trade professionals, so you can learn new skills at your own pace? And most are at no cost.
Local Twins to Graduate Together at MiraCosta College Ceremony Nearly 50 Years After Dropping Out of High School
MiraCosta College today announced that its latest Adult High School graduating class includes a set of twin sisters, Carol Baker and Carolyn Baker-Lowery, who will walk across the stage together on Thursday, May 25, 2023, at 6 p.m. Carol and Carolyn decided to return to school years ago and have studied side-by-side so that they could receive their diplomas together, nearly 50 years since they left high school as teenagers.
May 22, 2023 – San Diego County Water Authority General Manager Sandra L. Kerl today issued the following statement regarding a new consensus-based plan to conserve water on the Colorado River:
SDCCU is Collecting Monetary Donations for Children’s Hospitals in Southern California during the Miracle Month of May
SDCCU has partnered with Rady Children’s Hospital-San Diego, CHOC Children’s in Orange County, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, and Cottage Children’s Medical Center in Santa Barbara
SAN DIEGO, Calif., (May 15, 2023) — San Diego County Credit Union® (SDCCU®), one of Southern California’s largest locally-owned financial institutions, is collecting monetary donations for children’s hospitals throughout Southern California in celebration of the Miracle Month of May. Donations collected will help provide medical care for children at Rady Children's Hospital-San Diego, CHOC Children’s Hospital in Orange County, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, and Cottage Children’s Medical Center in Santa Barbara. Donations can be made in-branch or online through May 31.
The Friends of the Oceanside Public Library are hosting Bring Your Books Day! on Saturday, June 17, 2023 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at their sorting facility, located at 169 Roymar Road in Oceanside.
SAN DIEGO – Charter public school leaders, supporters, and community members gathered at the University of San Diego on Thursday night to honor the 2023 Charter Star Award winners. Presented by the California Charter Schools Association (CCSA) and the North County Education Foundation, the Charter Star Awards recognize, highlight, and celebrate local leaders making the most significant impact in charter public education in the San Diego region.
Did you know SDG&E has a variety of resources available to support customers with Access and Functional Needs?
There are ways to save money when it comes to your business’s energy use. Try these tips to help trim your energy bills.
To help its customers keep their energy costs down, SDG&E launched a new program for renters and owners of single-family homes. The Residential Energy Solutions (RES) program has no income restrictions. Eligible customers receive free products such as smart thermostats, low-flow showerheads, brushless fan motors, HVAC services like air duct testing and sealing – and more. SDG&E has also contracted with Synergy Companies to provide customers with energy efficiency audits from their experts. Customers can request a home visit here or by calling (888)-272-8394.