Escondido 2016 Brochure
2016 State of the City Video
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.
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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.
Escondido’s road system is the City’s single largest asset. Like any capital investment, a road system must be maintained in a timely manner to minimize its life cycle costs and receive the maximum long-term benefit from the investment. Road pavements deteriorate under the action of traffic and heavy vehicle loading. In addition, road pavements naturally age due to environmental factors such as temperature, sunlight and water getting into pavement layers. A well-maintained road system is crucial to an effective commercial delivery system and the economic vitality of a community. If roads are left too long without proper maintenance and timely overlays, they must be completely reconstructed at a much higher cost.
The year’s Pavement Maintenance Program project will treat over 4.3 million square feet of pavement. It will include minor patching, major rehabilitation work, application of crackseal, pavement surface treatments to selected City streets, and restriping to accommodate bike lanes in compliance with the City’s Bike Master Plan.
Work is expected to begin in July and will focus on residential streets in Maintenance Zone CS, which is the area north of Felicita Avenue, south of Fifth Avenue, and east of Interstate 15. Substantial work will also take place on Auto Parkway, Centre City Parkway, East Valley Parkway, and Escondido Blvd. For a list of streets to be included in this year’s program please visit the City’s website at https://www.escondido.org/Data/Sites/1/media/pdfs/Engineering/WebsiteStreetlist.pdf
For general information about the City of Escondido, please visit www.escondido.org
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For more information on Escondido’s response to the drought, click here.
Citizens Water AcademyThe San Diego County Water Authority offers this academy to citizens interested in learning more about our region’s water issues, and willing to serve as outreach ambassadors to others upon completion. For more information, please click here:http://www.sdcwa.org/citizens-water-academy
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