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South Mission Beach Sewer & Water Replacement Project

(NEW PHASE)


Work on this City of San Diego project to upgrade the infrastructure servicing your community will begin a new phase on Thursday, Dec. 21, 2023.


The work will consist of:

·      Saw-cutting and trench work on the streets and alleys to install water mains and laterals.

·     Streets and alleys where trenching took place will be resurfaced following completion of the entire project.

·    For this new phase, work will take place at the following locations highlighted on the map:

  • Bayside Lane from San Fernando Place to Dover Court.

  • The alleys between San Fernando Place and Dover Court.


How the area will be impacted:

·      Water service to some properties during construction will be provided by a two-inch highline that will run along the curb. Please exercise caution when driving and parking near a highline.


To report a highline leak during weekday construction hours of 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. call Burtech Pipeline at 760-634-2822.


To report a highline leak during non-construction hours and weekends, call the City's water and sewer emergency line at 619-515-3525.


·      Temporary water service disruptions are planned. If a planned disruption will impact your property, you will receive a door hanger notice in advance.


·      "No Parking" signs will be posted at least 72 hours in advance. Vehicles in violation of signs will be towed.


·      Noise from construction equipment may be heard.


·      Temporary road closures, traffic rerouting, parking and access restrictions will be in effect during work hours due to the presence of construction equipment and materials.


·      Hours and days of operation: Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Contact Us

Call: 619-533-4207

Email: engineering@sandiego.gov

Website: sandiego.gov/cip


FUND A HERO

PLEASE SUPPORT SDPD SGT. ANTHONY ELLIOTT


Sgt. Elliott was shot in the head in the line of duty on December 7th. He remains in critical care with bullet still lodged in his brain and cannot move his left arm or leg. He and his young family face a long recovery.

A note from Laura (his loving and devoted wife):

 

"It’s an understatement to say that Anthony is an extremely well-liked and respected Sergeant. He has given his heart and soul to the department for the past 6 years. He gets up every day hellbent on being better than he was the day before. He has worked tirelessly, both on the clock and off the clock to be the best version of himself he could possibly be for the department.

 

More important than his dedication to his career development is how he puts people first and is liked by all. This is a true testament to the man that he is. While he is driven to be the best he can at work, he first and foremost prioritizes being the best husband and father humanly possible.

 

I wish I could share all the videos of him with our two boys on any given day so everyone could see the love and how much of himself he gives to his family.

 

He is the most honorable and selfless man that I know. There’s nothing more important to him than his family, and I know that because he makes us feel that way every single day. The first thing he said to me after he was shot was, “I just want to be able to hold my kids again.”

 

What I want people to understand is every single day that he goes to work there is a chance he doesn’t come back. That’s the true reality. It has become extremely unsafe for police officers today.  The biggest sacrifice someone could give is to place themselves in immediate danger daily to help serve and protect those who can’t protect themselves. People you don’t even know.

 

There are not many people who sign up for that and continue to show up against all odds. Most people run away from danger, and he has chosen to run towards it. He is a true hero, and I am beyond proud of him."


PLEASE USE THE FOLLOWING LINK TO CONTRIBUTE TO SGT. ELLIOTT AND HIS FAMILY https://porac.org/fundraiser/sdpd-sgtelliott/


City of San Diego Invites Community Members to Participate

in Police Chief Recruitment Forums


San Diego Police Chief David Nisleit, who was promoted to the top position in 2018, officially announced his retirement last month and will complete his service in June 2024.

 

More information on the selction process for a new chief may be found here https://www.sandiego.gov/police/next-police-chief

Community forums, which will take place in each of San Diego’s nine City Council districts throughout the month of January. The District 2 Forum will be held on Friday January 12th from 5:00 to 7:00 pm a the Point Loma Library 3701 Voltaire St., San Diego 92107. To RSVP for this forum use this link https://sandiego.seamlessdocs.com/f/police_chief_community_forum_rsvp

Other locations and dates can be found on the Chief Recruitment webpage. The forum's will be your opportunity to discuss the qualities and characteristics you would like to see in the city’s next Police Chief.


THANK YOU

To everyone who participated in the 4th Annual Mission Beach Toys for Tots Drive and Beach Cleanup. Nearly 300 toys were collected. A special thanks to THE PLUNGE who donated a free swim pass to all who donated a toy and BELMONT PARK who donated a roller coaster pass to everyone who participated in the beach cleanup.





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