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Update from Mayor Paul McNamara:
This week, Escondido Mayor Paul McNamara would like to share another update with the community. You can watch it here.
4th of July Update:
One of our largest community celebrations is our 4th of July Fireworks display and festival. We were really hoping to be able to continue that tradition this year on July 4th, but after many thoughtful and some very difficult discussions we have concluded that the pace of re-opening is just not going to allow it to be safe or possible. Our event involves an impressive crowd of residents that usually fills up Grape Day Park. Because health and safety of our community are the top priority, we cannot safely gather as we typically do to celebrate Independence Day. We look forward to sharing this annual tradition with our community next year. Thank you for your understanding and continued adherence to the County of San Diego orders.
The Park Avenue Community Center Receives 2 Generous Donations:
Neighborhood Graduation Parade:
The Hidden Trails Community in Escondido held a graduation parade last weekend to celebrate more than a dozen of their seniors. The parade also honored Jonah Staebell, a would-be graduate of Escondido's Classical Academy High School, who passed away earlier this year in a car crash. Mayor Paul McNamara read the graduates names and participated in the parade. Check out NBC7’s coverage of the event here.
May Escondido Business Newsletter:
The May edition of the Escondido Business Newsletter is out now. Be the first to hear the latest Escondido business news by subscribing here.
In addition, our Economic Development team welcomes your feedback for story ideas and themes. If you hear of a new local business opening they would be happy to give them some love; you can submit these ideas to email@example.com. Local businesses are the backbone of Escondido’s economy and community, we will get through this together. #StrongerTogether
With City facilities still closed to the public please remember there are many ways to do business online with the City by using our Online Services Portal.
You can also get preparedness tips, the latest details and a host of resources (videos, fact sheets, etc.) on the County’s website at coronavirus-sd.com.
See City Hall Calendar for Subcommittee Meeting Agendas