It’s National Poetry Month, and our readers are invited to submit original poems in a special SDtoday contest.
From how to register your car to finding your favorite taco shop, this overview will give you everything you need to know to get established as a San Diego resident.
If you see a hole in the road, what are you looking at?
📸 Applications for “Exposure” are being accepted through Wednesday, April 5.
🌇 The businessman helped San Diego develop into a thriving city — and his legacy is all around.
Daylight saving time has been around as early as 1918, and many legislators across the country are looking to change that.
The overhaul of the 1950s-era bridge is expected to be completed by the first quarter of 2023.
From murals and public artworks to museums and cultural centers, local Black history is all around us.
From North County to the South Bay, we’re giving you all the pertinent details about some of the school districts in San Diego County.
We take a look at five fun images from the city archives — and dig into what the heck we’re looking at. 📸
The Clairemont resident recited his poem, “We Draft Work Songs for This City,” at the State of the City Address earlier this month.
Major construction milestones are expected in the modern-day, high-tech port of entry designed to reduce border wait times and bolster the binational economy. 🏗️
The city has put funding into its repair plan
Qualifying local vets who enroll in the program can take the SR-125 Toll Road for free. 🛣️
SB-1383 will introduce Californians to a new method of trash collection
From roads to water facilities, San Diego is putting in work.
Be prepared for changes from jaywalking to food containers.
We’re here to connect you to the right San Diego city departments to address your needs.
Undeck the halls with these recycling and trash pickup tips.
Access will be restricted until May 15.
Government and consumer data sets were used to score cities on various metrics of cleanliness.
The neighborhood will see the new housing, transportation, jobs, and outdoor spaces.
Why San Diego scored 100 out of 100 in the Human Rights Campaign’s Municipal Equality Index.
SWEEP-E will cruising through the city on zero-emissions fuel.
Balboa Park’s biggest event of the year is back in its original form on Friday, Dec. 2, and Saturday, Dec. 3
The local polls are open 7 a.m.-8 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 8.
The name will be chosen at the end of November.
The tracks will look different in the future.
From creating defensible space to mapping out an emergency evacuation plan for your family, there are many ways to be prepared.
The building is shrinking down before growing.
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