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Community Event Tuesday August 5, 2014 National Night Out!

Stop by our booth this coming Tuesday Night at the Northeastern Division Education and Celebration Event marking 31 years of Neighborhood Watch.

National Night Out is an event designed to heighten National Night Out-aawareness of crime and drug prevention, generate support for anti crime programs, strengthen neighborhood spirit and police/community partnerships.

They will have various booths set up for kid’s activities, child fingerprinting with photos, entertainment, snacks and provide safety information to the citizens in our community. SDPD SWAT, SDPD K9 and a variety of other SDPD representatives will be here to celebrate the 31st anniversary of National Night Out.

This is the  SDPD Northeastern Division’s 2nd annual National Night Out, this year we are throwing in a tropical island twist, add to the fun with your Aloha shirts, hula skirts and flower leis.

Let the criminals know, the neighborhoods are fighting back!

Residence and neighborhoods throughout San Diego and across the nation are asked to lock their doors, turn on outside lights and spend the evening with neighbors and police.

Please contact Community Relations Officer Shannah Oliveras (soliveras@pd.sandiego.gov) if you have any questions


PQ Mini Community Clean Ups

August 3, 2014 by Web Print Chair in Community News with 0 Comments

The City of San Diego has scheduled Neighborhood ‘Mini Clean Up’ Dumpster Drops.

This Thursday, August 7, 2014 the Rancho Penasquitos Neighborhood of La Tortola & Via Cabezon will have a Dumpster available for Discards and Recycling.  Review this flyer for what is accepted and what isn’t.

Let’s bring curb appeal to your front yard this week!  Aug 7 PQ minicleanup A



Voices for Children Street Banners

July 25, 2014 by Michelle in Community News with 0 Comments

Voices for ChildrenHave you found yourself staring up at our PQ street banners thinking, “Cute kids, but what is Voices for Children?”  Voices for Children is a local organization that matches foster kids with volunteer Court-Appointed Special Advocates, or CASAs.

I hear you asking now, “What’s a CASA?”  CASAs represent foster children in court, in school and in the community. They can make all the difference in the life of an at-risk foster youth.

The Town Council hopes our banner program can bring some attention to Voices for Children in its mission to match foster children with CASAs.

So next time you find yourself staring at one of those cute kids on the banners, ask yourself whether you have a few hours a month to give to improve the life of a foster kid.  Contact Voices for Children today to find out more about what it takes to become a CASA.


Firesafe Council meeting July 17

July 7, 2014 by Michelle in Community News with 0 Comments

fireThe PQ Firesafe Council meets Thurs, 7/17 at 7PM at the Doubletree Hotel in the Riviera Room.

Come learn how you can help with early reporting of potential wildfires as a Volunteer Fire Watcher for Black Mtn and the PQ Canyon Preserve while taking walks in our community.

Firesafe Council can only be effective with lots of community participation and volunteers.  We hope to see you there.

You can find the Firesafe Council on Twitter at https://twitter.com/RP_FSC.


Independence Day!

July 4, 2014 by Michelle in Community News with 0 Comments

12Happy 4th! Big thanks to the PQ Rec Council for the wonderful fireworks show at Westview HS last night. There are lots of potential fireworks viewing spots tonight and fun activities during the day, including this one from the Rancho Bernardo Community Council:

The 4th annual Patriotic Pet Contest takes place this morning from 9:30-10:30am during the Spirit of the Fourth events at Webb Park in RB by the stage area. Registration begins at 9 am. This fun filled event gives 35your furry, feathered, and scaly friends an opportunity to show off their true patriotic colors, with goody bags given to all particpants. Reptiles, dogs, cats, rabbits and any other pets may participate in the event, be it in costumes, dyed fur, or other colorful means to show off their July 4th spirit. Channel 8 newscaster Larry Himmel will once again be judging the contest. Don’t make your pet sit home on such a wonderful day – give them a chance to show off their patriotism! All participants receive a goody bag. Winner will be a guest in the parade later on in the day. You do not have to be an RB resident to participate so come join the fun. All pets must be properly restrained. Prizes have been generously donated by Kahoots in Rancho Bernardo as well as K-9 Dog Park in Escondido. Soooo, who’s coming with their pet???4

*Platinum Community Partners*
San Diego County Credit Union

Roger Platt - Centurion Pest Control


Vince & Carol Ruggiero, Technology Business Solutions

Penasquitos Lutheran Church

Dean Roland Russell | Family Wealth Management

Allie's Party Rentals

SD Commission For Arts and Culture

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