Hillcrest is open for business! Even in these uncertain times of social distancing, restrictions on gathering, and many non-essential businesses being closed, Hillcrest’s popular dining scene is still available for take-out and delivery!
Small business owners and representatives from around San Diego are invited to participate in a virtual forum this Friday, Jan. 15 from 12 noon to 1 pm to discuss the government's response to COVID-19. The event is being hosted by the Hillcrest Business Association, with support from other business associations in the area.
The Hillcrest Business Association (HBA) recently sent a letter to the County of San Diego Board of Supervisors regarding their concerns about the State of California's recently implemented regional stay at home order.
The Hillcrest Business Association has shared with San Diego LGBT News more information about the portion of Hillcrest that has been the subject of fairly intense community debate, with a proposal present to carve Normal Street and the Hillcrest Pride Flag into an area called "The West End."
The Hillcrest Business Association (HBA) has recently shared information that the office of Councilmember Chris Ward has been advancing a plan to create a special management district in University Heights and include Hillcrest’s Normal Street in the district.