Opening Now for Supervising Meter Reader

The city of San Diego is looking for a Supervising Meter Reader – T11071-201705. Salary ranges from  $17.91 – $21.50 Hourly or $1,432.80 – $1,720.00 paid Biweekly. Interested applicants should file as soon as they can as application closes this May 31st. Supervising Meter Reader positions develop and conduct field training programs and safety meetings; resolve meter issues, complaints and…

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Mother’s Day 5K

Looking for a creative way to spend Mother’s Day with your mom? Give back while celebrating Mother’s Day. Join us for our fourth annual Mother’s Day 5K virtual race! We will again be raising funds for Vitamin Angels, an organization that provides vitamins and minerals to mothers and babies that need them. The best thing is, you can complete your…

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Opening Now for Legislative Recorder

The city of San Diego is looking for a Legislative Recorder I – T10577-201704. Salary ranges from    $19.98 – $24.15 Hourly or $1,598.40 – $1,932.00 paid Biweekly. Interested applicants should file as soon as they can as application closes this May 1st. Legislative Recorder I positions perform difficult and specialized secretarial work in which the employees research, assemble, and prepare…

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Murals Of La Jolla Walking Tour

Get a chance to see La Jolla through a visual treat. Join the Murals Of La Jolla Walking Tour this coming March 26th and learn more about the artists and their artworks created specifically for Murals of La Jolla during a guided walking tour. Best of all, this tour is free of charge, but interested participants are urged to sign…

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Opening Now for Fire Fighter

The city of San Diego is looking for a Fire Fighter job title: Fire Fighter I – T11005-201703. Salary ranges from $18.83 – $22.65 Hourly or $1,506.40 – $1,812.00 paid biweekly. Hurry as date for said application closes this April 3rd. Minimum requirements include current enrollment in the Miramar Basic Fire Academy authorized by the City of San Diego Fire-Rescue…

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San Diego Latino Film Festival 2017

Expand your film repertoire by taking part in the San Diego Latino Film Festival festivities. Make sure to mark the date, as the San Diego Latino Film Festival returns for its 24th annual event March 16 through 26, 2017. This event is the longest running Latino Film Festival on the West Coast. Every year it features over 160 films from…

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Opening Now for HVACR Technician

The city of San Diego is looking for an HVACR Technician job title: HVACR Technician – T10048-201507. Salary ranges from $22.64 – $27.18 Hourly or $47,091.20 – $56,534.40 paid bi-weekly at $1,811.20 – $2,174.40. Applicant must be clean shaven to pass respiratory fitness using a self-contained breathing apparatus. Responsibilities may require working outdoors in any conditions which may be extreme,…

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2016 Gaslamp Toast

Everyone is invited to be part of the Toast of the Gaslamp happening on Saturday, December 10, 2016. Participants will get to sample some of the most delicious food and drinks available. Guests can likewise go shopping along the way! Tickets are at $25 for early purchases and are at $30 on the day of the event. Be sure to…

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Get Ready for Surfin’ Santa’s Arrival

Looking for something fun and different to do after Thanksgiving? If you’re in Southern California, you’re in for a treat! Surfin’ Santa arrives at Seaport Village in San Diego Harbor on Saturday, November 26, 2016 at 1 pm this year. In addition to Surfin’ Santa’s Arrival, there is a parade along the boardwalk, live street performers and lots of kid’s…

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Multi-Million Dollar Reconstruction of Hillcrest Fire Station Announced

Mayor Kevin L. Faulconer announced plans for reconstruction of Hillcrest Fire Station as Todd Gloria, City Council member, and Fire Rescue Chief Brian Jennesy stood by. Fire station number 5 dates back to the 1950s and will be replaced with a 10,731sqft station which will be large enough to handle modern equipment. The two stories will hold a chief emergency…

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