Check out this week's featured stories.
Nominations are Now Open:
Nominations are now open for Circulate San Diego’s annual Momentum Awards gala. Our Momentum Awards honor the people and projects in the San Diego region that are advancing excellent mobility choices and vibrant, healthy communities.
Nominations are due by 5:00 pm on September 4, 2018. Submit your nomination here.
Save the Date!
Join Circulate San Diego for our annual Momentum Awards gala to celebrate mobility, great neighborhoods, connected communities, and sustainable development. This year we will celebrate our *20th Anniversary!*
WHEN: October 24, 2018 at 5:30pm - 8:30pm
WHERE: San Diego Natural History Museum
1788 El Prado, San Diego, CA 92101
RSVP: Purchase Tickets Here (early bird tickets available until September 1st)
Construction is a necessary evil for developers, public contractors, local governments, and anyone who lives or works near construction sites like the Mid-Coast Trolley sites through University City. Disruptive and noisy with visual, air and noise pollution to mitigate, they are generally a strenuous period for residents, business owners, and city staff altogether.
Construction phases are an untapped opportunity to build public support for infrastructure and development in San Diego. Through ongoing community engagement, information sharing, and public art, construction sites can be animated and adorned to alleviate the inconveniences they cause for local communities.
To read the full blog, click here.
Recently, the County of San Diego began compiling success stories from its Live Well partners to create the new 2017-2018 Live Well Report. This report highlights how Live Well partners have contributed to the following 5 areas of influence: health, knowledge, standard of living, community, and social. As a Live Well partner, Circulate San Diego has contributed towards those areas of influence, in particular to community, which aims to create clean and safe neighborhoods.
To take a look at our successes, click here.
Circulate San Diego awarded its smart growth certification, the Circulate Mobility Certification, to the 6th & Olive mixed-use project from Greystar.
Located in Bankers Hill, the 6th & Olive project from Greystar earned the Circulate Mobility Certification for proposing a 204-unit residential building, including 18 affordable units, in close proximity to transit routes and other amenities. In addition to the 204 rental units, there is a 10,500 square foot proposed courtyard that will be available to the public, nestled between the existing St. Paul’s Cathedral and the proposed development.
To read the press release, click here.
Join Circulate San Diego for our next Membership mixer at North Park Beer Company.
We will be releasing a special super-hero themed comic book to educate school children about Vision Zero and street safety. The event will feature remarks from Andrew Bowen (KPBS) and Kathleen Ferrier (City of San Diego), whose likenesses both appear in the comic. The first 50 guests will receive a keepsake copy of the comic book. No host bar.
We’ll have a fun evening with our diverse and engaged membership for networking, drinks, music, and celebrations. Mingle with Circulate staff members, local decisionmakers, and professionals in the land use and transportation space.
Click here for more details or to register for the event.
Support our community partner beautifulPB at the 4th annual PB Counts. It just takes 2 1/2 hours on a Saturday afternoon. Bring a beach chair, sit under a shade tree with a cool drink and a friend and count bikes, pedestrians, skaters, scooters, and cars. To read last year's report, click here.
Sign up to volunteer via e-mail to: [email protected]
Special thanks to our Corporate Members:
Their support allows Circulate San Diego to go "above and beyond" to advance our mission to create excellent mobility choices and vibrant, healthy neighborhoods. Your firm, company or employer can find more information on our Corporate Membership page.