By Dave Slifka
To the untrained eye, University Heights may appear to be just another indistinguishable part of San Diego’s urban sprawl. However, closer consideration reveals a community that not only has a compelling history of growth but a unique identity forged by its relationship to the land and local civic development. Learn how UH represents the best of San Diego’s past and future.
THANK YOU FOR MAKING UH A GREAT PLACE TO LIVE
UHCA would like to thank the volunteers and participants at the UH125 celebration. Below is some coverage of the event, that would not have been a success without you!
U-T San Diego: Happy Birthday, University Heights
KUSI News: University Heights Celebrates 125 Years in the Park
Two new University Heights neighborhood identification signs were installed in June. One is at Washington Street and Lincoln Street, the other at Park Boulevard and Lincoln Street. We are waiting for two other existing but tired signs (at El Cajon Boulevard and Texas Street and at Adams Avenue at Texas Street) to be replaced with fresh editions. A big “thank you” to Uptown Planners, North Park Planning Committee, and the City of San Diego Assistant Traffic Engineer Matt Schmidt for their work in getting these signs replaced.