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Community Revitalization Committees

 

The goal of the Community Revitalization Committees is to empower community residents to lead their communities in resolving issues and directing change. All interested community organizations and the public are welcome to attend meetings.

 

Ramona Revitalization Committee

The first meeting of the Ramona Revitalization Program was held on May 23, 1997. Some of the issues that have been resolved since this first meeting include:

•  Library book security system was purchased and installed.

•  A private foundation grant was received to purchase a vehicle for transporting seniors.

•  Scout building in Collier Park was renovated.

•  Wheel chair ramps are being installed on county sidewalks.

•  Speed signs have been posted in order to reduce the speed of traffic in designated areas.

•  Santa Maria Creek-bed clean-up.

Lakeside Revitalization Committee

The first meeting for the Lakeside Revitalization Program was held April 18, 1996. Some of the issues that have been resolved since this first meeting include:

•  Restoration of an historical community church.

•  Coordination of various youth activities,

•  Improvements to the Boys & Girls Club gymnasium.

•  Internet access through the local library.

•  Replacement of playground equipment in the Lindo Lake Park.

Back Country Revitalization Committee

The first meeting of the Back Country Revitalization Program was held on April 9, 1999. The following communities represent the Back Country: Boulevard, Campo, Cuyamaca, Descanso, Dulzura, Guatay, Jacumba, Jamul, Lake Morena, Mt. Laguna, Pine Valley, Potrero, Santa Ysabel, Shelter Valley, Tecate & Vallecitos. Some of the improvements that are underway include:

•  Clean-up days for communities.

•  Youth / sports facility in Jacumba.

•  A four-way Stop sign at Buckman Springs & Highway 94.

Spring Valley Revitalization Committee

The first meeting for the Spring Valley Revitalization Program was held February 15, 2002. Some of the issues identified by the community include:

•  Before- and after-school programs and recreation program for high school children.

•  Dental health and mental health services.

•  Sidewalks for high volume pedestrian traffic.

•  Economic improvements along the Jamacha Road/Boulevard.

Alpine Revitalization Committee

The first meeting for the Alpine Revitalization Program was held February 4, 2005. Some of the issues identified by the community include:

•  Education Center at Wright's Field.

•  Creation of Parks and Recreation Master Plan for Alpine.

•  Build a high school in Alpine.

•  Develop a disaster plan.

•  Build sheriff substation.

•  Safe school routes.

 

For additional questions, please contact:

Kelly Salmons   (858) 694-4806 | email