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Circulate is Hiring for our Leadership Team
Our Director of Planning will supervise a team of four planners and a large portfolio of value-oriented planning and outreach activities. This position is perfect for a lateral jump into a nonprofit, or for an up-and-comer looking to take the next step in their career to develop leadership, management, and business skills.
Our Director of Development will be a new position, to lead our fundraising efforts and to grow our membership engagement. This is a great opportunity for a nonprofit professional looking to help a high profile organization take the next step in growth and influence.
Join Circulate San Diego for our first Membership mixer on July 22nd, hosted at Bivouac Ciderworks in North Park.
We’ll have a fun evening with our diverse and engaged membership for networking, drinks, tapas, and music. Mingle with Circulate staff members, local decisionmakers, and professionals in the land use and transportation space.
We’ll also get an in-person look at the new protected bicycle lanes being built along 30th Street.
When: July 22 at 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Where: Bivouac Ciderworks, 3986 30th Street, San Diego, CA 92101
Do you live in Southeastern San Diego? Join us tomorrow July 10, 2021 for a walk audit along 47th Street with District 4 Staff and Urban Collaborative. We’ll be discussing mobility issues on the corridor and a traffic calming pilot project. Meet at the 47th Street Trolley Station at 10:00 am. More info HERE!
Worried you might lose your home? Housing Help San Diego has Everything you need to learn your rights and protect yourself, Your family, and your home. Check out HousingHelpSD.org or call 619-961-1054 to get help, know your rights—and know you’re not alone.
The San Diego Eviction Prevention Collaborative was formed in 2019 to efficiently respond to and prevent avoidable evictions. It is hosted by City Heights Community Development Corporation and led by the most significant tenant support organizations, including City Heights CDC, Legal Aid, Jewish Family Service, and ACCE.
Often our neighbors and family members who struggle to make the rent do so in silence. Please help share this important resource.
SANDAG and Caltrans District 11 have proposed transportation strategies and solutions for the South Bay to Sorrento Comprehensive Multimodal Corridor Plan and they want to hear from YOU! There’s less than one week left to participate in the public engagement period ending Monday, July 12, 2021!
Visit their virtual engagement hub to:
- Explore the story maps and learn more about the proposed corridor transportation solutions through the interactive map
- Submit your comments on the proposed project list to address current and future needs in the corridor
- Sign up here for virtual office hours to talk with our project team
Your feedback will help develop innovative and inclusive transportation solutions for the San Diego region!
North Park businesses, residents decry newly painted red curbs for bike lanes, The San Diego Union Tribune, June 18, 2021
SANDAG’s proposed ‘road charge’ would piggyback on California’s plans for a per-mile driver fee, The San Diego Union Tribune, June 19, 2021
Bicyclists call for more protections and safety education after fatal crash in La Jolla, The San Diego Union Tribune, June 28, 2021
Common Enters National City with New Community-Driven Development, Parco, July 8, 2021
Wait for big Improvements to San Ysidro Transit Center Drags on in SANDAG Plans, Times of San Diego, July 8, 2021
San Diego’s science, bicycling communities mourn 2 scientists struck, killed on consecutive days, The San Diego Union Tribune, July 8, 2021
Letter: Support for AB1401 Residential and commercial development: parking requirements, July 1, 2021
Letter: NAVWAR Site Redevelopment EIS, July 6, 2021