Posted October 22, 2017Will meet on Tuesday October 24th at the Scripps Ranch Library- 5:45pm in the Community Room. Our speaker will be Pat Nolan, Supervising Plant Pathologist at the County's Department of Agriculture, Weights and Measures.
Posted October 16, 2017Audrey Ball's Girl Scout Gold Award project is on wildfire preparedness and teaching others about the dangers of fire season in Southern California. Audrey worked with the Scripps Ranch Fire Safe Council to create a wildfire preparedness binder. Download a copy by clicking the link below.
Posted October 15, 2017Stargazing in Stonebridge returns on Friday, October 27th ~ 7pm-10pm. Join the SD Astronomy Association at the east end of Stonebridge Parkway (rain or clouds cancel) for a magical look at the stars. No white lights. Please park on the street and walk in. Kids welcome. (Hosted by Sustainable Scripps Ranch)
Posted September 28, 2017Don’t miss the special Fantastic Fall Book Sale at the Scripps Ranch Library on Saturday, October 28th , from 9:30 am to 3 pm. Select from thousands of books for all ages beginning at only 25 cents or less. You have so much to choose from—fiction and nonfiction in all categories for adults, plus books sure to please tots through teens. We also have a nice selection of rare, out-of-print and antiquarian books, first editions, and collectors’ editions at a fraction of internet prices. Shop early for the best selection!
Posted August 10, 2017National Night out was Tuesday, August 1, 2017. Friends and neighbors came together in a tremendous show of unity to prove to criminals that crime in Scripps Ranch does not pay. See photos from this years event by clicking the link below!
Posted July 1, 2017The final Environmental Impact Report for the proposed Apartment and Commercial complex on Carroll Canyon Road at I-15 has been released by the City of San Diego. The entire EIR is available here. The Scripps Ranch Planning Group will hear this item in committee starting at 6:00pm on Thursday, July 6, at the Library. The meeting is open to the public. The project requires a zoning change as well as a variety of permits. The full Planning Group will then vote on its recommendation for this project to the Planning Commission and City Council.