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  • 1 Pomerado Road Restoration
  • 2 2019 Recognition Night
  • 3 SRCA Christmas Tree Recycling
  • 4 Christmas Tree Recycling
  • 5 Recreation Advisory Group Meeting
  • 6 SDG&E Talk on Energy Saving
  • 7 SSR & SRCA 50Plus Lecture
  • 8 Scripps Mesa Garden Club
  • Pomerado Road Restoration

    Posted January 3, 2019

    SDG&E provided us with a schedule of remaining Pomerado Road restoration and repaving activities from Avenida Magnifica to the Caltrans Right-of-Way just east of Interstate 15. Please click below for more information.
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  • 2019 Recognition Night

    Posted December 15, 2018

    Each year, you nominate those special volunteers, who we then honor at the Annual SRCA Volunteer Recognition Night. The event will be Monday, April 1, 2018 6:30pm at Scripps Ranch Library.

    For more details on the history, and to view presentations, programs and photos, click on the link below.

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  • SRCA Christmas Tree Recycling

    Posted December 29, 2018

    The City of San Diego offers Christmas Tree Recycling. Can't get it to SR Community Park? We are happy to come pick it up in exchange for $30 2019 SRCA Membership! Email us at [email protected]

    What kinds of trees are accepted for recycling?Both green and flocked trees (fake snow) are accepted. No tree stands, bags, netting, lights, ornaments, tinsel, and other tree decorations. No artificial trees. Please do not illegally dump any other items at the drop-off locations.

    To become a SRCA member please CLICK HERE

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  • Christmas Tree Recycling

    Posted December 22, 2018

    Each year, the City of San Diego Environmental Services Department hosts its Annual Christmas Tree Recycling Program beginning the day after Christmas, Dec. 26 until Jan. 23. . Both green and flocked trees (fake snow) are accepted. For Greenery, curbside, and drop-off sites, all tree stands, bags, netting, lights, ornaments, tinsel, and other tree decorations must be removed. No artificial trees. Please do not illegally dump any other items at the drop-off locations.

    Scripps Ranch Recreation Center, 11454 Blue Cypress Drive

  • Recreation Advisory Group Meeting

    Posted January 4, 2019

    SR Recreation Advisory Group (formerly SR Recreation Council) meeting Thursday, Jan. 10th at 7 pm at SR Recreation Center. Presentation by city staff and landscape architect asking for input on nature park at Hendricks Pond. Public is invited to participate.
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  • SDG&E Talk on Energy Saving

    Posted January 2, 2019

    January 10th at the Scripps Ranch Library- 11am

    Choosing the right residential plan can help you control your energy bill. Find the plan that fits your needs, your usage patterns and your lifestyle. You’ll learn how to use My Account to compare pricing plans to determine the best option for you.

  • SSR & SRCA 50Plus Lecture

    Posted January 2, 2019

    January 11th at the Scripps Ranch Library- 10am

    Climate change can be a divisive subject, but it does not need to be. Authorities trusted by both “sides” - political conservatives (the military, oil companies) and progressives (environmental organizations) - agree on the basics of climate change.

  • Scripps Mesa Garden Club

    Posted January 2, 2019

    Will meet on January 22nd at the Scripps Ranch Library- 6pm

    Amazing World of Bats with SR resident naturalist Don Endicott. This multi-media presentation features photographs, video, audio clips and specimens from the San Diego Natural History Museum to help us all understand andappreciate our nocturnal neighbors. All welcome.

Upcoming Events

Jan 18 2019 07:00PM
Stargazing
Jan 22 2019 01:30PM
Knitting Club
Jan 23 2019 12:00PM
Rotary Club
Jan 24 2019 10:00AM
Storytime for Preschoolers
Jan 28 2019 06:30PM
SRCA Membership Committee
Jan 30 2019 12:00PM
Rotary Club

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  • Connecting Community Groups and People

    Rob Holmes, SRCA 50 Plus Chair, hosted the first ever event focused solely on connecting local community groups and non-profits to each other and then to residents. He provided a very successful forum for collaboration, discussion, and outreach -- wrapped up in fun and music. It's one of the many ways SRCA helps our neighborhood stay connected.

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  • Scripps Ranch Through the Years

    Prepared by Jake Todd for his Eagle Scout Project (Troop 301) and sponsored by the Scripps Ranch Ranch Civic Association.

    This project was created in the spring of 2010 in connection with the planning of the community's 40th anniversary celebration.

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  • Stargazing in West Sycamore

    The San Diego Astronomy Association (SDAA) is staging a public Stars at Mission Trails on the fourth Friday of each month from 7 to 10:00 p.m., October thru May (No Star Party in November and December is the third Friday), and 8:00 to 10:30 p.m., June thru September.

    The event is held at the MTRP West Sycamore Staging Area, which is located at the very east end of Stonebridge Parkway in Scripps Ranch. Rain and or coudy skies cancels event.

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