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North Park Restaurants Offering Takeout & Delivery

North Park Restaurants Offering Takeout & Delivery

Due to the new regional stay-at-home orders, restaurants can only serve food through takeout and delivery options. Our restaurants need our support now more than ever, so we've compiled a list of North Park restaurants offering takeout and delivery to make supporting...

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Q&A with Kyle Palaniuk of Plan Prepare Home

Q&A with Kyle Palaniuk of Plan Prepare Home

Kyle Palaniuk is the owner of Plan Prepare Home, a financial mortgage company located here in North Park. Kyle is also our wonderful sponsor of the upcoming North Park Community Cleanup happening this Saturday, November 14th. We asked Kyle a few questions in order to...

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Veteran’s Day Spotlight: Salina Navarro of Barre3 San Diego

Veteran’s Day Spotlight: Salina Navarro of Barre3 San Diego

In honor of Veteran's Day, we'd like to highlight Salina Navarro, a Navy Veteran and local North Park business owner. Salina Navarro is a new small business owner bringing the full-body, mindful workout Barre3 to North Park in the coming months. Salina is an eternal...

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30th Street Pipeline Replacement Project – Update #26

30th Street Pipeline Replacement Project – Update #26

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...

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30th Street Pipeline Replacement Project – Update #25

30th Street Pipeline Replacement Project – Update #25

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...

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The Reopening of the North Park Thursday Market: A Volunteer-Based Success

The Reopening of the North Park Thursday Market: A Volunteer-Based Success

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).

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