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Circulate San Diego
233 A Street, Suite 206
San Diego, CA 92101

Phone: 619.544.9255
Fax: 619.531.9255

Email: info at circulatesd.org

 

  • Mike Hancock
    commented 2020-05-19 14:16:44 -0700
    Hello!

    I wanted to promote the idea of having as many of us as possible to continue working from home…even when we get to a point where we are able to return to a commercial space. The environmental advantages of having so many of us working from home must be great! After reading the news about Todd Gloria’s new “Back To Work SD” task force, I felt it was important to do whatever I can to ensure that this message gets to the representative from Circulate that will be a part of that task force.

    THANKS!
  • Mike Hancock
    commented 2020-05-19 14:09:27 -0700
    Mike Hancock
  • marc segal
    commented 2020-05-16 12:14:22 -0700
    Hi there,


    I am a bike advocate and saw the document “Recommendations for Councilmember Budget Priority Memoranda for FY 2021” made by Maya Rosas on 12/18/19. I wanted to inquire about receiving a map visual or coordinates for the Infrastructure Investment projects . Thanks
  • Amy Collett
    commented 2020-05-15 08:20:54 -0700
    Hello!


    I would love to write up a quick guide for small (non-essential) businesses on ways to adapt, reposition their services, and adjust their mindsets in order to survive during this ever changing (and hopefully soon ending!) lockdown.


    Does this sound like it would be a good fit on your website? If you believe it would be, I’d love to send you something ASAP that would be yours to include on your site, free of charge.


    Let me know your thoughts when you have a free moment to respond.


    Stay safe,

    Amy C.
  • Rosemary Morris
    commented 2020-05-15 02:29:01 -0700
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  • Bree Stephenson
    commented 2020-03-28 22:45:52 -0700
    Hi from Bree,


    I would like to check with you to see whether you would like a Customized Cleaning Service Estimate from our company?


    If you are interested, we can set up a time to do a walk-through of your facility once this COVID-19 restrictions are relaxed.


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  • Laura Carlson
    commented 2020-03-17 17:12:58 -0700
    Hi,


    I hope you don’t mind me touching base on an email I sent a few weeks back! In it, I commended you for helping your site viewers understand the complex world of healthcare, and again, I hope you know what a wonderful service you’re providing! I also passed along this list of information, which is obviously specific to senior wellness:


    26 Frequently Asked Questions About Long-term Care

    https://seniornavigator.org/article/12732/25-frequently-asked-questions-about-long-term-care


    A Comprehensive Guide to Financial Assistance for Senior Care and Living Expenses

    https://www.seniorliving.org/finance/


    How Much Does a Senior Home Cost?

    https://modernretirement.org/how-much-does-a-senior-home-cost/


    Aging in Place Design Checklist: How to Design Safe & Accessible Homes

    https://www.2020spaces.com/blog-aging-in-place-design-checklist/


    Long-Distance Caregiving: How to Ensure Your Loved Ones are Safe at Home

    https://www.homeadvisor.com/r/long-distance-caregiving/


    Signs a Senior Needs Help at Home

    https://www.elderly-homecare.com/signs-senior-needs-help-home/


    A Senior Citizen’s Guide To Aging At Home Safely And With Dignity

    https://www.mortgagecalculator.org/helpful-advice/aging-with-dignity.php


    List of Common Diagnoses of Elderly

    https://starlightcaregivers.com/resources/common-diagnoses.php


    I think this will be useful to your senior site readers, so I hope you’ll consider sharing this list on this page: http://circulatesd.org/circulator_5_3_19.


    Thanks for all you do.


    Thanks,

    Laura


    Laura Carlson :: info@endurabilities.com :: endurabilities.com


    I won’t email you again if you don’t want occasional emails with this type of information – just let me know via email. If your site accepts guest articles and you’re interested in reading a submission from me, please let me know that as well. Thanks!
  • Alexis Hall
    commented 2020-02-12 13:21:21 -0800
    Hi,


    “Mom, can we go to Disney to meet Mickey?!”


    For years, my heart broke when I heard those words. I was a single parent, and I just wasn’t sure that I would ever be able to afford to take my kids on the Disney trip of our dreams.


    But last fall, I did it. It took a lot of planning and preparation, but it was so worth it. My kids really did have a magical time, and so did I.


    Now, I’d like to share my methods, in hopes that it will help other families go on their dream vacations—whether they’re headed to Disney or another magical place. I’m working on a blog post now — it’s gonna be about 650 words and full of practical tips parents can use to plan a budget-friendly vacation.


    If I send it over, would you post it on your site?


    Thanks so much!

    Alexis




    Alexis Hall

    information@singleparent.info

    Singleparent.info
  • David Twomey
    commented 2020-02-03 14:40:23 -0800
    As Vice-President of the 1,600 member Retirees Association; City of San Diego (REA), please know that we have sent an eblast to our membership urging them to sign the pledge. I have just reviewed the website and see several of our members on the signed up list.


    Happy to help.


    David Twomey

    Vice-President, REA
  • David Twomey
    commented 2020-02-03 14:35:26 -0800
  • Dawn Zawalnicki
    commented 2020-01-30 08:34:38 -0800
    I have an idea to add to your distracted driving campaign. I get so very frustrated when im driving and see the driver behind me or next to me looking down ( most likely at a phone!). A simple positive reminder for drivers to up and not down is what is needed.

    HEADS UP FOR SAFETY is a slogan that would be just that! Would love to see it on car decals, bumper stickers and even those big Orange cal trans signs. Can you pass my idea along to someone or someplace that would be interested in turning my slogan idea into a reality?
  • Laura Carlson
    commented 2020-01-19 21:29:45 -0800
    Hi there,


    Your site does an excellent job of explaining the ins and outs of healthcare – I hope you know what an important service you’re providing by doing that! I’m actually reaching out today because I’ve pulled together some information specific to senior wellness, and I hope you’ll consider adding it to your already-superb site:


    26 Frequently Asked Questions About Long-term Care

    https://seniornavigator.org/article/12732/25-frequently-asked-questions-about-long-term-care


    A Comprehensive Guide to Financial Assistance for Senior Care and Living Expenses

    https://www.seniorliving.org/finance/


    How Much Does a Senior Home Cost?

    https://modernretirement.org/how-much-does-a-senior-home-cost/


    Aging in Place Design Checklist: How to Design Safe & Accessible Homes

    https://www.2020spaces.com/blog-aging-in-place-design-checklist/


    Long-Distance Caregiving: How to Ensure Your Loved Ones are Safe at Home

    https://www.homeadvisor.com/r/long-distance-caregiving/


    Signs a Senior Needs Help at Home

    https://www.elderly-homecare.com/signs-senior-needs-help-home/


    List of Common Diagnoses of Elderly

    https://starlightcaregivers.com/resources/common-diagnoses.php


    I believe this will all definitely be relevant to the seniors who visit your site to learn about healthcare – maybe you can use this list on this page: http://circulatesd.org/circulator_5_3_19?


    I sincerely hope you know what a wonderful service you’re providing, and I hope my contribution makes a small difference.


    Thanks,

    Laura


    Laura Carlson :: info@endurabilities.com :: endurabilities.com


    I won’t email you again if you don’t want occasional emails with this type of information – just let me know via email. If your site accepts guest articles and you’re interested in reading a submission from me, please let me know that as well. Thanks!
  • Suzanne Tanner
    commented 2019-10-21 21:01:33 -0700
    Hi there,


    My mom, a physical therapist, spent a lot of time over the course of her career working with children who were physically differently-abled, whether temporarily (like after a really bad accident) or permanently. I remember her telling me how many parents were worried their kids wouldn’t be able to participate in a lot of the activities that their peers did, and now that I’m working toward becoming a PT, I think about that a lot.


    Since I’ve started a side project dedicated to empowering those with disabilities (my website), I thought it would be nice to reach out to sites like yours (which has incredible resources for those with disabilities on pages like this one – http://www.circulatesd.org/our-work/seniors-and-disabled/ ) with some ideas on activities you can do with children who are disabled. They might make a good addition to your site (maybe on the page I pointed out)!


    Here are a few great ones:


    Backyard Camping for Kids with Disabilities

    https://www.homeadvisor.com/r/backyard-camping-for-kids-with-disabilities/


    Wheelchair Gardening Tips

    https://learn.eartheasy.com/articles/wheelchair-gardening-tips/


    4 Benefits of Soccer for Kids (with Adaptations for Disability Inclusion)

    https://coachart.org/blog/4-benefits-of-soccer-for-kids-with-adaptations-for-disability-inclusion/


    Wheelchair Basketball

    https://sportsregras.com/en/wheelchair-basketball-history-rules/


    Physical Disabilities Camps

    https://www.veryspecialcamps.com/summer/physical-disability-camps/


    Adapting Golf Instruction: Including Students with Disabilities in Physical Education

    https://www.manchester.edu/docs/default-source/academics/by-major/exercise-science-and-athletic-trainng/apegolf.pdf


    I hope these inspire the parents and caregivers who visit your site. After all, all kids should be able to just be kids, regardless of their abilities.


    Thanks!

    Suzanne


    Suzanne Tanner, creator of AbleSafety.org

    suzanne@ablesafety.org


    Please let me know if me emailing you is a bother and I won’t reach out anymore!
  • Kathy Spencer
    commented 2019-10-14 16:47:50 -0700
    I need your assistance for help with Vision Zero. I have contacted the city traffic engineer with the support of UCPG to install a stop sign for pedestrian safety, and have been denied twice. John Jay Hopkins at General Atomics Court in the Torrey Pines area. This is a dangerous pedestrian crossing. Can you help guide me in what to do next?
  • Oliver Lambert
    commented 2019-10-03 09:51:27 -0700
    Hi,


    I thought I’d send a quick follow-up to my first email, which had this list of disaster safety information:


    Surviving a Wildfire

    https://www.iccsafe.org/advocacy/disaster-toolkits/consumer-safety/surviving-a-wildfire/


    Flash Flood Safety and Damage Prevention Guide

    https://www.homeadvisor.com/r/flash-flood-safety-and-damage-prevention/


    Hurricane Safety Tips

    https://www.libertymutual.com/claims-center/catastrophe-preparation/hurricanes/hurricane-safety-tips


    Ultimate Guide to Drought Safety

    https://www.angieslist.com/articles/ultimate-guide-drought-safety.htm


    Tornado Safety Guide

    https://www.basementguides.com/tornado-safety-guide/


    How to Proactively Prepare for a Blizzard

    https://www.fbfs.com/learning-center/how-to-proactively-prepare-for-a-blizzard


    Once again, I hope you’ll consider adding this list (whether in full or in part) to your site to help your readers stay safe and prepared in the event of a natural disaster. I think they’d fit well on a resources page that has other information for local residents.


    Thanks for taking the time to help your readers stay prepared!


    Best,

    Oliver


    Oliver Lambert | info@disastersafety.info


    If you don’t want to hear from me again, please email me with “no more contact” in the subject line. On the other hand, if you’re interested in a new resource to share on your site (something that I write that you could maybe add as a blog post), let me know.
  • Katybeth Dee
    commented 2019-09-24 23:29:12 -0700
    Hello!


    Open Enrollment will be here before you know it, yet many of us are unprepared. My parents are a prime example.


    I spoke with them this past weekend about using technology to help, which made me wonder how many others might benefit from this suggestion.

    (For example, if you’re looking for coverage, this is a great place to get started: https://www.healthcare.gov/apply-and-enroll/how-to-apply/).


    Would you be interested in receiving an article from me on this topic? I’d love to put something together for your review on ways technology can walk us through this somewhat complicated process and help us keep track of our health each day (tracking heart rate and calories burned, for example).


    If you like the article and agree that your site visitors would benefit from it as well, the article would be yours to place on your site.


    If this is of interest to you, please let me know!


    Thanks so much!

    Katybeth


    Katybeth Dee @ SelfExam.org

    kdee@selfexam.org
  • jeff boulton
    commented 2019-09-18 07:43:21 -0700
    I live near Granite Hills High School in El Cajon and now that school is back open there are a ton of kids walking on N 4th street, which has no sidewalks. Apparently no one ever taught these kids how to walk. They are on both sides, skateboarding into traffic, riding bikes on both sides, walking with their nose buried in their phones and mostly wearing dark clothes and hoodies. As it gets darker it’s like an obstacle course driving to work.
  • Oliver Lambert
    commented 2019-09-01 17:42:25 -0700
    Hi,


    Since natural disasters are a constant threat, it’s important that we do everything we can to protect our families, our homes, and ourselves from their potentially devastating effects. That’s exactly what my site is dedicated to, and it’s why I’m reaching out to you today!


    I hope that in order to help your site’s visitors stay safe no matter what bad weather comes their way, you’ll consider adding some disaster safety information to one of your resource pages. Maybe it would be a good fit on a page with helpful information for local residents?


    Here are my suggestions. As you can see, this list covers a wide variety of natural disasters, so feel free to use all of these or pick and choose the ones you think are most relevant for your audience:


    Surviving a Wildfire

    https://www.iccsafe.org/advocacy/disaster-toolkits/consumer-safety/surviving-a-wildfire/


    Flash Flood Safety and Damage Prevention Guide

    https://www.homeadvisor.com/r/flash-flood-safety-and-damage-prevention/


    Hurricane Safety Tips

    https://www.libertymutual.com/claims-center/catastrophe-preparation/hurricanes/hurricane-safety-tips


    Ultimate Guide to Drought Safety

    https://www.angieslist.com/articles/ultimate-guide-drought-safety.htm


    Tornado Safety Guide

    https://www.basementguides.com/tornado-safety-guide/


    How to Proactively Prepare for a Blizzard

    https://www.fbfs.com/learning-center/how-to-proactively-prepare-for-a-blizzard


    Thanks in advance for helping your readers stay prepared!


    Best,

    Oliver


    Oliver Lambert | info@disastersafety.info


    If you don’t want to hear from me again, please email me with “no more contact” in the subject line. On the other hand, if you’re interested in a new resource to share on your site (something that I write that you could maybe add as a blog post), let me know.
  • Betty Vorhies
    commented 2019-08-22 21:07:45 -0700
    I am a new member of SSTAC and was invited to the September Mixer as a guest of FACT. Please tell me how to RSVP for this event.
  • Lynn Little
    commented 2019-08-22 16:56:54 -0700
    Hi, folks. The Clairemont Town Council would like to invite someone from Circulate to speak at our September monthly meeting. Our topic is “All About Streets, Clairemont Edition”. We’ve asked someone from City Streets Division to speak about Street maintenance and repairs, and someone else to talk about Street safety and how citizens can request a safety study to determine whether a new stop sign, light, etc. is warranted. We will allocate 10 minutes for Circulate, if you can attend, and ask that you focus on Circulate issues and actions related to Clairemont. About four years ago, I invited Maya Rosas to talk to our general meeting and I think it’s time for an update! The meeting will be held Thursday, October 3 at 6:30 at Clairemont High School Auditorium.
  • Debra Shapiro
    commented 2019-07-27 13:57:04 -0700
    I would like someone to contact me regarding specials lane at J and 11th.
  • Debra Shapiro
    commented 2019-07-21 14:48:29 -0700
    I want to make you aware of a dangerous corner for scooters and bikes. It has been dangerous for 6 years since Central Library has opened. It is J and 11th. On 11th it is clearly marked as a straight lane but cars turn from “middle” lane. The city will only work with me short spurts and not correct the situation. I have contacted directional apps, city, corporations illegally turning, etc. So cars make the illegal turn and also do it on the red. If more bikes and scooters acturally use the lane, they will be in more danger.
  • Lorena Hagle
    commented 2019-05-15 14:45:41 -0700
    Hello,

    I have leave in South San Diego for about 20 years. My daughter and I had to recently move to another location in Chula Vista, CA. We both have disabilities, I am in my late 50’s and she frequently uses a mechanical wheelchair or a walker. We leave on F ST, on the same block as the Fire Station. We don’t have our own vehicle, so we use public transportation to go to school, employment trainee, shopping, and basically everything. Unfortunately, all of the bus stops are far for us (and other neighbors in similar position as us) from were we leave, on F and 5th. In addition, the area is dark and not safe, and when it rains like last and this year, the ramps for wheelchairs seems like small lakes where we have to pass no mater what to get to our house. The bus rout 704 was moved to run by F St instead of E St, and we were very happy, even though we were going to have more noise, pollution, and it was going to turn more unsafe since there are no signs and, as I mentioned, it is pretty dark; nevertheless, we were exited to have a bus stop closer to us.. However, we were extremely disappointed when we realized that they only brought to our street the garbage and used us as a back yard because they didn’t included us, since the closes bus stops the 704 bus stops are at the Chula Vista Public Library on F and Garret and the next one, after Broadway Ave. When a Community Councilor called to ask why or how could we start the process to request a stop in the middle of those two stops, he got a message as an answer screaming that it was the way “the people” wanted it and that those were the plans for the renovation of that area, but no information about how to start the process we needed. Therefore, I would like to ask you to, please, let me know what would be some options to help with this situation, since there is a population (people with disabilities, older, low income, etc) in this area in need of a more suitable way of transportation to be able to get to different places.

    Thank you.

    Lorena H
  • Martin Block
    commented 2019-04-23 16:10:46 -0700
    Hi,


    I wanted to reach out one last time about this information, which I hope you’ll consider adding to your disability


    resources page (- http://www.circulatesd.org/our-work/seniors-and-disabled/) if you haven’t already.


    How to Get a Service Dog: A Definitive Guide

    https://www.certapet.com/how-to-get-a-service-dog/


    The Top 3 Challenges to Finding a Babysitter for Your Special Needs Child — and How to Overcome Them

    https://localbabysitter.com/special-needs-babysitters/


    Home Remodeling and Modifications for People with Special Needs

    https://usinsuranceagents.com/home-updates-special-needs


    Disability Etiquette: How to Respect People with Disabilities

    https://www.vantagemobility.com/blog/disability-etiquette-dos-and-donts


    Accessible Backyards: Helping All Your Guests Enjoy Your Backyard’s Bounty

    https://www.angieslist.com/articles/accessible-backyards-helping-all-your-guests-enjoy-your-backyards-bounty.htm


    Guide to Traveling for the Disabled

    https://www.luggagepros.com/travel/guide-to-traveling-for-the-disabled.shtml


    How Does Acquiring a New Disability Affect Mental Health?

    https://www.talkspace.com/blog/acquiring-new-disability-affect-mental-health/


    You’ve already got a great list and I know that there is a demand for the subjects above because I get asked to write


    about them pretty often, so I hope they’re a good fit and that they help your readers. Thanks so much in advance for


    making room for them!


    Best,

    Martin


    Martin Block

    martinb@ablerise.net


    If you’d prefer not to be contacted in the future, please send me an email to let me know.
  • Martin Block
    commented 2019-04-22 19:37:53 -0700
    Hi,


    I wanted to reach out one last time about this information, which I hope you’ll consider adding to your disability resources page (- http://www.circulatesd.org/our-work/seniors-and-disabled/) if you haven’t already.


    How to Get a Service Dog: A Definitive Guide

    https://www.certapet.com/how-to-get-a-service-dog/


    The Top 3 Challenges to Finding a Babysitter for Your Special Needs Child — and How to Overcome Them

    https://localbabysitter.com/special-needs-babysitters/


    Home Remodeling and Modifications for People with Special Needs

    https://usinsuranceagents.com/home-updates-special-needs


    Disability Etiquette: How to Respect People with Disabilities

    https://www.vantagemobility.com/blog/disability-etiquette-dos-and-donts


    Accessible Backyards: Helping All Your Guests Enjoy Your Backyard’s Bounty

    https://www.angieslist.com/articles/accessible-backyards-helping-all-your-guests-enjoy-your-backyards-bounty.htm


    Guide to Traveling for the Disabled

    https://www.luggagepros.com/travel/guide-to-traveling-for-the-disabled.shtml


    How Does Acquiring a New Disability Affect Mental Health?

    https://www.talkspace.com/blog/acquiring-new-disability-affect-mental-health/


    You’ve already got a great list and I know that there is a demand for the subjects above because I get asked to write about them pretty often, so I hope they’re a good fit and that they help your readers. Thanks so much in advance for making room for them!


    Best,

    Martin


    Martin Block

    martin@ablerise.net


    If you’d prefer not to be contacted in the future, please send me an email to let me know.
  • Rudy Robledo
    commented 2019-03-10 19:13:21 -0700
    I am all for it,the cross walks and associated safety items.But let’s be honest the root cause of the issue is allowing driving while using their CELL PHONES!
  • Riley Baker
    commented 2019-02-22 13:51:53 -0800
    Hello!


    My name is Riley Baker with Precision Concrete Cutting. What we do sidewalk trip hazard removal. We are the only company in in San Diego that does what we do. We provide full ADA compliance with our patented techniques and method that nobody else can provide. I believe that we could be a huge asset to each other given the opportunity. We are formalizing our relationship with America Walks and was pointed to Circulate San Diego’s direction.
  • David Deioma
    commented 2019-01-22 12:19:35 -0800
    We make a backpack to help commuters with their ride to work – mudroombackpacks.com
  • Todd Payne
    commented 2018-10-30 13:30:48 -0700
    Just wanted to let everyone know that Prosper Insurance Solutions now works with over 15 insurance companies!


    What that really means is that we’re now able to beat nearly any competitor when it comes to san diego home insurance quotes and coverage.


    We’ve been helping San Diego residents since 1992 and hope we can help you and your family as well.


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  • Lexie Dy
    commented 2018-08-30 13:40:47 -0700
    Hi!


    Although there are millions of people with disabilities, one of the topics a lot of people don’t think about when it comes to this community is jobs. And while some people obviously aren’t able to work due to a severe physical or mental disability, there are millions of differently abled individuals who work — but just like with everyone seeking or trying to hold down a job, it’s not always an easy feat.


    On that note, I thought you might be interested in adding some job-related resources to one of your pages for those with disabilities. Here are some great ones:


    Career Guide for Students with Disabilities

    https://www.bestcolleges.com/resources/career-guide-for-students-with-disabilities/


    Should I or Shouldn’t I?

    https://abilityjobs.com/should-i-or-shouldnt-i/

    The title of this article doesn’t do a very good job of explaining it, but this piece is all about “deciding if, when, and how to share disability-related information with a prospective or current employer.”


    100+ Great Jobs for People with Disabilities to Get You Out and Earning

    https://zety.com/blog/jobs-for-people-with-disabilities


    Home Offices for People with Disabilities: How to Make Your Space More Accessible

    https://www.homeadvisor.com/r/making-home-offices-more-accessible-for-disabilities/


    Resources for Job Seekers & Employees

    https://www.whatcanyoudocampaign.org/where-to-learn-more/resources-for-job-seekers-and-employees/


    How to Navigate Common Concerns When Job Hunting with a Disability

    https://www.refinery29.com/how-to-job-hunt-with-a-disability


    Peeking around your site, I thought this page might be a good fit for these: http://www.circulatesd.org/our-work/seniors-and-disabled/


    You are encouraged to use them in any way you’ll think they’ll help your readers, of course!


    Thanks!


    Best,

    Lexie


    Lexie Dy – information@readyjob.org


    If you don’t want to be included in any of our future educational outreach campaigns, please let me know by email.

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