The SRCA has a continuing need for volunteers. Find out
how you can help!
Posted December 15, 2018Each 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.
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Posted December 29, 2018The 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.
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Posted December 22, 2018Each 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
Posted January 4, 2019SR 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.
Posted January 2, 2019January 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.
Posted January 2, 2019January 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.
Posted January 2, 2019Will 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.