Mission Valley

SR 15 BIKEWAY: KEY LINK FROM MID-CITY TO MISSION VALLEY OPENED TODAY

 

Source:  SANDAG and Caltrans

August 30, 2017 (San Diego) - Officials opened to the public today a key bikeway connection in San Diego that provides a protected bike lane parallel to State Route 15. The new bike route established a safe and convenient connection between Mission Valley and the Mid-City communities, including City Heights, Kensington-Talmadge, and Normal Heights, while eliminating challenges that riders have had to cope with on other routes including high-speed traffic and long, difficult hills.

READER'S EDITORIAL: PETITION TO CHARGERS TO REMOVE MARK FABIANI FROM NEGOTIATIONS

NEW WORLD RECORD ATTEMPT AT QUALCOMM STADIUM ON SATURDAY

 

July 18, 2013 (Mission Valley) – San Diego County Credit Union (SDCCU), San Diego’s largest locally-owned financial institution with three local East County branches in El Cajon, La Mesa and Santee, is inviting the public to its SDCCU Super Shred Event featuring free document shredding services from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. this Saturday, July 20 at the Qualcomm Stadium northwest parking lot located at 9449 Friars Road, San Diego. SDCCU is hoping to shred the Guinness World Record for most shred paper collected in 24 hours. The current world record of 111,920 pounds of paper is held by Comerica Bank, Iron Mountain and KDFW FOX 4 in Dallas.

TRIM YOUR LAWN AND YOUR POLLUTION FOOTPRINT: TRADE IN YOUR GAS GUZZLING LAWN MOWER SATURDAY MAY 11

 

County to offer discounted zero-emission lawn mowers at 14th Annual Trade-In Event

May 9, 2013 (Mission Valley) – County residents can roll their old, gas powered lawn mowers down to Qualcomm Stadium this Saturday and come away with new, zero-emission models. The price? Just $99.99 for a Black & Decker mower that typically retails for about $400, plus tax.

Available on a first-come, first-serve basis at the 14th Annual “Mowing Down Pollution” Lawn Mower Trade-In Event will be 650 new mowers, County Supervisor Ron Roberts said at a news conference on Tuesday.

EAST COUNTY RESIDENTS SERENADE MISSION VALLEY MALL


By Nadin Abbott

 
December 21, 2011 (San Diego) -- Twenty members of Women Occupy San Diego serenaded Mission Valley Mall with modified lyrics of traditional Christmas Carols to tell the message of the Occupy movement. According to Masada Disenhouse of La Mesa this will bring the Occupy message to the community at large.
 
 As another Occupier explained, “Middle Class Women are doing this so the next generation has a democracy.” She added, “this is a way to show another face of Occupy to people who have jobs.”

 

CELEBRATE THE SEASON AT THE LA MESA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HOLIDAY EXTRAVAGANZA DEC. 8

 December 2, 2011 (San Diego) --Join chamber members and friends at the La Mesa Chamber of Commerce annual holiday party and 4th Anniversary Celebration on December 8 at the Town and Country Resort Hotel, 500 Hotel Circle North - Mission Valley, in the Tiki Pavilion. 

 
Included in this evening of fun, food and refreshments are pre-holiday gifts to bid on during the auction activities, and a cash raffle, plus, free parking and no-host cocktails.

 

DRAMATIC VIDEO OF FLOODWATERS RUSHING INTO MISSION VALLEY

 

December 22, 2010 (San Diego) – San Diego River Park Foundation program coordinator Shannon Quigley-Raymond has provided this astonishing video of the floodwaters rushing into Mission Valley today. Amazed to see small islands of reeds, plants and debris being pushed along by flood waters from the San Diego River, she stopped to take a video on San Diego Mission Road, where two cars had just been pulled into the river by floodwaters.