Check out this week's featured stories:
Circulate Hosts Event – What’s Next for CPGs?
Circulate San Diego hosted a virtual event called, “What’s next for CPGs?” on Zoom. The well-attended event featured panelists from three different community planning groups speaking on how to get involved in community planning groups (CPGs), and how the currently proposed reforms will affect CPGs going forward. The meeting recording will be available on YouTube.
To learn more about CPG reform, click here.
If you are interested in supporting CPG reform, please email Jesse O’Sullivan at [email protected].
Save the Date for Gomper’s Transportation Expo!
Save the date for Gomper’s Transportation Expo on February 12th!
The event will be held at Gomper’s Prep Academy in Chollas View and hosted by The Urban Collaborative Project.
Circulate will be there to lead an interactive traffic calming activity you won't want to miss. See you there!
Action Alert – Homes for All of Us at City Council
Mayor Todd Gloria’s proposed housing package,
Homes for All of Us, contains a number of proposals to increase housing production in the City of San Diego. In our current housing shortage, more housing is desperately needed.
This proposal needs support at City Council on Tuesday, February 8 at 2:00 p.m. The meeting agenda and zoom link are available here.
If you are able to, please call in to support. If you have questions, please email Jesse O’Sullivan at [email protected].
First National City “Senior Saturday” Event on February 12th
The very first Senior Saturday event will be held next weekend on February 12th between 10am and 1pm in National City’s Kimball Park.
Circulate will be joined by Wheelchair Dancers Organization, MTS, Facilitating Access to Coordinated Transportation (FACT), San Diego County’s Animal Services Department, the Council of Philippine American Organizations (COPAO), and a DJ. Feel free to swing by and enjoy an all-abilities dance class, learn about regional transit, sign up for volunteer opportunities, and more!
Between February and May, there will be eight (8) Senior Saturday events, co-hosted with National City’s Community Services Department. These events are a free opportunity for senior residents to come together for a wide variety of activities, educational opportunities, and entertainment—all geared towards their interests and abilities. No two Senior Saturday events will be the same, as the mission is to engage a diverse array of partner organizations throughout the series.
Please save the dates for these events and share them with your networks! You do not need to be a National City resident to participate in Senior Saturdays.
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