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OUTDOOR DINING RESOURCES: City of San Diego Temporary Outdoor Business Page City of San Diego Temporary Outdoor Business permit Application Temporary Outdoor Business Expansion Encroachment Agreement PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY PERMIT This permit falls under the jurisdiction...
Starting Friday, May 8th we are entering the state’s Phase 2 of lifting the stay at home order. Each phase has State, County and City requirements. Please see below for an update and tips to prepare your business to reopen. As always please feel free to reach out should you have any questions.
Webinar from the Downtown San Diego Partnership and the San Diego Small Business Alliance. This discussion with experts from the City of San Diego special events and development services departments focuses on outdoor dining. In this webinar, they discussed the...
Farmers markets are a critical ingredient to our nation’s economy, food systems, and communities. The markets bring healthy options to low-income, food-insecure places and make fresh produce more affordable. Many accept federal nutrition benefits (including SNAP and WIC), and allow low-income families to maximize these benefits through programs such as Double Up Food Bucks, Produce Plus, Market Match, and Market Money, (brookings.edu).
Dear Mayor Faulconer,
I (own, manage, work at) the (name of business), a small business in the City of San Diego that is currently closed due to COVID-19. So far, we estimate that we have lost (x amount of dollars) due to the closure.
Thank you for recently making $6 million of the City’s current budget available for small businesses. Realizing you and the City Council are facing tough decisions regarding the FY21, I was glad to see the federal government issue $249 million to the City to assist with COVID-related loss and expenses.
The City needs its small businesses to survive, and right now the small businesses like (name of business) need help to do that. Can you please make $100 million of the federal money available as soon as possible so we can survive and thrive together?
The 30th Street Pipeline Replacement Project will replace 5.7 miles of water main within the North Park, Golden Hill and Southeastern communities. This project will help the City of San Diego better serve its communities, improve service reliability, reduce maintenance needs, and lessen the risk of future water main breaks. The project will also increase pedestrian access by installing curb ramps at several intersections throughout the project area.
As news develops with recommendations for social distancing amid the COVID-19 pandemic, North Park’s businesses are having to adapt and comply with regulations while still meeting their customers’ and their employees’ needs.
Media Inquiries please call | Executive Director, Angela Landsberg (619)980-4726Newsletter will be out each Wednesday and check here for updates Updated 7/30/2020, 10:40 am On Our Way to Stage 3: Safe Reopening Information State Resources: Guidance for Outdoor Hair...
Ana Carolina Francisca Mery Letelier but you can call her “Caro” is the founder/owner of Pura Buena Onda – Conversational Spanish. Carolina was born in Chile in 1970 and in the late ‘70s, her parents decided to move to the US and settled near Philadelphia. When Carolina was 23 she moved to San Diego and started working in the hospitality industry. After making a decision to leave the industry 12 years later, Carolina was having a difficult time finding another industry she was truly passionate about.
The 30th Street Pipeline Replacement Project will replace 5.7 miles of water main within the North Park, Golden Hill and Southeastern communities. This project will help the City of San Diego better serve its communities, improve service reliability, reduce...