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Escondido Named One of the Hottest Neighborhoods in San Diego!

Visit San Diego recently featured Escondido as one of San Diego's hottest neighborhoods. From the article, "Just a stone's throw from everywhere in coastal San Diego, Escondido is a nature lover's dream. But it doesn't end there. This hilly city- "hidden," as its name means in Spanish-is waiting to reveal a world of arts, delicious eats, and one of the crown jewels of San Diego's craft beer scene." Read more here .

Council Holds Action Plan Workshop

The Escondido City Council and the City staff leadership team met in the Mitchell Room at City Hall on Wednesday to discuss the next Council Action Plan in a workshop format. The final plan will be available on the City's website in a few weeks once completed and approved.

Escondido in the News

From The San Diego Union-Tribune "J. Harry Jones/San Diego Union-Tribune

With the removal last year of dozens of view-blocking eucalyptus trees along the medians of Grand Avenue in Escondido's historic downtown area, a view of Bottle Peak was revealed for the first time in decades.

With the removal last year of dozens of view-blocking eucalyptus trees along the medians of Grand Avenue in Escondido's historic downtown area, a view of Bottle Peak was revealed for the first time in decades." Read more here:

http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/communities/north-county/sd-no-grand-avenue-bottle-peak-20190228-story.html

A wonderful mention of one of Escondido's newest wineries, Cheval Winery , appeared in the LA Times this week. Read more here:

https://www.latimes.com/travel/la-tr-san-diego-new-craft-beer-and-wine-20190227-story.html

Small Business Growth Expected Along the 78 Corridor

More than 80% of small businesses along the 78 expect to grow financially over the next two years according to a study released last week by the San Diego Regional Economic Development Corporation and Innovate78. Read more by clicking the links below.

http://www.innovate78.com/connect/blog/study-85-percent-small-businesses-along-san-diego%E2%80%99s-78-corridor-anticipate-financial-gr

https://fox5sandiego.com/2019/03/12/north-county-small-businesses-expect-growth-to-continue-in-next-two-years/

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