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City of San Diego seeks public input to preserve Hillcrest’s LGBTQ+ history

City of San Diego seeks public input to preserve Hillcrest’s LGBTQ+ history

As part of a comprehensive effort to preserve the history of the Hillcrest neighborhood and celebrate its unique cultural identity, the City of San Diego is asking the public to help identify significant buildings, sites and structures that memorialize contributions made by members of the LGBTQ+ community. 

Letter: San Diego’s new ADU law will destroy our queer neighborhoods

Letter: San Diego’s new ADU law will destroy our queer neighborhoods

Where we live and our quality of life is important to all of us. The diverse communities of San Diego offer something for everyone. And our diverse LGBTQ community is no different. We’re not monolithic in where and how we choose to live. Some of us want to live in the middle of the action in Hillcrest while others prefer a quiet street in Azalea Park or near Morley Field. 

City of San Diego sending customers Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Water and Wastewater Rate Increases

San Diegans will have many opportunities to ask questions and provide feedback regarding proposed water and wastewater rate increases. This week, all City water and wastewater customers will receive a Proposition 218 notice in the mail offering information about the proposed rate increases and upcoming public hearing on Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2021.

City of San Diego Youth Commission to be reactivated

City of San Diego Youth Commission to be reactivated
Continuing his efforts to create a more inclusive San Diego and elevate the voices of young people at City Hall, Mayor Todd Gloria returned to his former high school yesterday to announce the reinstatement of the City of San Diego’s Youth Commission.

Looking for a job? The City of San Diego has several openings

Looking for a job? The City of San Diego has several openings

As the country emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic, more San Diegans will be looking to find meaningful employment. In response, the City of San Diego is devoting resources to help get people back to work and provide high-quality services to the public.

San Diego City Council approves extension of Temporary Outdoor Business Operations

San Diego City Council approves extension of Temporary Outdoor Business Operations
In an effort to continue supporting businesses as they recover from the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, the San Diego City Council has unanimously approved an extension of interim urgency ordinances to allow the City’s Temporary Outdoor Business Operation (TOBO) permit program to continue.