Mark your calendars!
Next Sorrento Valley
Town Council Meeting: Thursday Nov. 13th at 7pm
6990 Carroll Road
San Diego, CA 92121
Bring your children to the Sorrento Valley Neighborhood
Spooktacular Halloween Crafts Party! Friday, Oct. 31 from 4:30-6 pm at canyon entrance on SV Blvd. - Its Free!
Calling all Sorrento Valley
We're looking for photos of Sorrento Valley, so now's your chance to show off your talent! Old historical photos would be awesome as well! Contact us here.
Let us know what kinds of projects and events you would like to see the SVTC plan in the future.
The neighborhood of Sorrento Valley is roughly bordered by Interstate 5 to the west, Camino Santa Fe to the east, Miramar Road to the south and the Los Peñasquitos Canyon Preserve to the north.
Sorrento Valley zip code makes national best place to live list
Sorrento Valley's 92121 zip code is getting a lot of attention lately due to a just released ranking by real estate website Movoto which places it not only tops in San Diego County, but a high 6th place in the nation, as well. Sorrento Valley residents have always known what an ideal place this is to live, but now the secret is out.
The San Diego Union-Tribune ran an article about this (click here to read) and it was covered in a recent broadcast by television station ABC Channel 10 (click here to watch).
plans for another misPLACed monument in sorrento valley!
At a recent Community Planning Group meeting, spokeswoman for SDG&E, Claudia Valenzuela, revealed plans for a new monument to be built as part of the SDG&E construction project currently under way in Sorrento Valley.
Ms. Valenzuela explained to concerned Sorrento Valley residents later that the Mira Mesa Community Planning Group had asked SDG&E years ago about possibly including the building of a monument as part of the construction plans. The proposed 'Welcome to Mira Mesa' monument was to be situated in front of the new SDG&E sub-station facility, currently under construction at the corner of Mira Sorrento Road and Vista Sorrento Parkway in Sorrento Valley. It was to be an exact duplicate of the monument located yards away at the I-805 offramp.
Ms. Valenzuela has assured Sorrento Valley residents that SDG&E "does not intend to do anything that would cause ill will or friction in the community."
The Sorrento Valley Town Council will continue monitoring this and will report on any developments, including a possible call to action for all Sorrento Valley residents. Please join us at the next monthly meeting to hear the latest news on this issue.
For more information or to voice your concerns, contact Ms. Valenzuela directly at:
(858) 654‐8307 or email her at: CValenzuela@semprautilities.com.
The Mira Sorrento project's toll-free information line is:
The Project Manager for the Mira Sorrento project, Mary Turley's email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
and can be reached by phone: (858) 654 - 1749.
take back our neighborhood and Vote in planning group elections
We can all stand up for our neighborhood identity by volunteering and/or voting Sorrento Valley residents onto planning group boards that, in the not so distant past, had been making decisions for our neighborhood without our input. Anyone who has been to at least one prior meeting and has taken the City’s Community Orientation Workshop can cast a vote. Here is a link to that training, available electronically: http://www.sandiego.gov/planning/community/resources/cow/ecow.shtml.
Sorrento Valley Town Council goes to city hall to speak on issues