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For info on dining, arts, attractions, craft breweries, wineries, & events, go to visitescondido.com.
Please try our all new utility bill payments system! You may now manage your own automatic payments via bank account debit (ACH) or credit card, schedule owed balances to pay on the date of your choosing, and be notified by email when payments are processed.
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The 78 Corridor is a hub of innovation.
Located in the northeastern portion of the city, Daley Ranch is a 3,038-acre conservation area.
Open year-round, Dixon Lake's gates open at 6 a.m. Night fishing is available during summer months.
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Open 7 days a week from mid-December through Labor Day weekend and weekends for the rest of the year.
Located at 201 North Broadway, City Hall provides one-stop shopping for most municipal services.
Offers life-enriching recreational programs and activities for people of all ages, from infants to older adults.
Offers something for everyone – skateboarding, inline skating, bike freestyle, soccer and hockey.
With the busiest shopping season of the year about to begin, this is a good time to remind residents about a community awareness campaign called Spend It! In Escondido. The focus of the campaign is to educate community members about the importance of shopping in Escondido.
Every taxable dollar spent in Escondido benefits important City-provided services such as police and fire, senior services, libraries, street maintenance, street lights, parks and recreation. Sales tax generated from Escondido transactions (1% of gross taxable sales), stays in Escondido and contributes to the quality of life you enjoy.
Purchases generating sales tax revenue are critical to a healthy Escondido economy. But it’s not just about sales tax revenue: While the goal is to increase sales during the busiest shopping time of the year, there are other benefits to shopping locally. If you stay in town, you save on gas, you discover new businesses you might not have otherwise visited, and you contribute to community pride and the health of the Escondido business environment.
More information about Spend It! In Escondido is available online at http://www.escondido.org/spend-it-in-escondido.aspx
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