Fireworks, fountains, and fun. The ribbon is cut on the County's brand new Waterfront Park in front of thousands of visitors.
As the County introduces its Operational Plan and budget for the coming fiscal year, we offer this video overview of how we run and where we’re going next. Read full Operational Plan.
The San Diego County Sheriff's Department and the St. Baldrick's Foundation hosted a "Shave-A-Thon" to raise money to help combat childhood cancer. For more information and to donate, visit the St. Baldrick's Foundation online.
The County and dozens of health care providers are teaming up to offer free blood pressure screenings around the county on Valentine's day. Check out the locations here.
Kids in 5th through 8th grade can win $1,000 for themselves and their school if their video is the winner in a special contest. The last day to enter is February 28th. Click here for rules and more information.
Imagine having a job where you sit in the desert all day long. One County employee gets to do that... taking care of a valuable resource used by thousands every year.
What does the region's economy look like for 2014 and beyond? A panel of experts covering the future of the economy, the real estate market, employment and some exciting fields provides predictions and perspective on what may be in store for San Diego County. Download the presentations here.
Ten years since the wildfires of 2003. About half of the County park system was destroyed -- 15,000 acres devastated, 23 parks affected, dozens of structures destroyed. It was an opportunity to rebuild with new designs and to use new fire resistant materials and green building techniques. A decade later, the County park system is better than before; the pride of San Diego County.
We're making strides. The County's Live Well San Diego initiative -- a 10-year plan for improving the health and safety of the region -- wraps up another year. We take a look at what has happened this past year in efforts to build better health and live safely throughout the region.
County supervisors announced a new partnership between the San Diego County Office of Education and San Diego Unified School District in efforts to get Internet access to the 23 percent of local residents who aren't currently connected.