City of San Diego Recreation Centers

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City of San Diego Recreation Centers
City of San Diego Recreation Centers is listed in the Government Services category in San Diego, California. Displayed below are the social networks for City of San Diego Recreation Centers which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of City of San Diego Recreation Centers on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 78.

Contact information for City of San Diego Recreation Centers is:
5155 Greenbrier Ave
San Diego, CA 92120
(619) 235-1129
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From ordering pencils to fire trucks, the Purchasing and Contracting Department keeps the City running. Today COO Scott Chadwick presented a proclamation to Purchasing and Contracting Director Kristina Peralta and declared March 'Procurement Month' in the City of San Diego.

You can stream the special meeting of the Smart Growth and Land Use Committee live at 10 a.m. from CityTV. Today's meeting on home sharing is being held at the Jacobs Center, 404 Euclid Ave.
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The City's Economic Development Department welcomes attendees to San Diego for the California Association for Local Economic Development 37th Annual Training Conference. #caled2017

Celebrate #WorldWaterDay by touring our Pure Water Facility to learn how the city is taking action to ensure San Diego’s water independence. This year's theme highlights the symbiotic relationship between #WaterandWastewater. The Pure Water Facility offers a free tour showcasing the water purification process that takes advanced treated recycled water to high-quality drinking water. By 2035 Pure Water will provide 1/3 of San Diego’s drinking water supply.
The City of San Diego is addressing the need for a new locally-controlled, drought-proof water supply. The City currently depends on importing 85% of its water from Northern California and the Colorado River. A Water Reuse Study, Recycled Water Study and Water Purification Demonstration P...

San Diego is set to receive an inch of rain along the coast starting tonight and continuing all day Wednesday. We all should be experienced storm preppers by now but in case you need a refresher, check out our Storm Preparedness page and stay safe and dry. https://www.sandiego.gov/storm-preparedness