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Congressman Levin Secures Funding for Vista Projects

Congressman Mike Levin secured $2.231 million for a Sidewalk Improvement and Enhanced Street Lighting Project for the City of Vista. This project will fund the installation of frontage improvements that will enhance safety and improve multimodal transportation access along the south side of Nevada Avenue, from N. Santa Fe Avenue to Lemon Avenue, and east side of Lemon Avenue, from Nevada Avenue to Raintree Place.

Specific improvements include road widening and new curbs, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)-compliant corner ramps, restriping roads and crosswalks, and installing new lights. The City of Vista Sidewalk Improvement and Enhanced Street Lighting Project is a good use of taxpayer funds because it will ensure that pedestrians in the Townsite neighborhood have access to safe pedestrian facilities and improve lighting throughout the neighborhood for the benefit of residents and users of multiple modes of transportation.

Vista Sheriff Captain Ricardo Lopez Promoted

Vista Station Captain Ricardo Lopez was recently promoted to Commander. His last day at the Vista Station was on December 30. Congratulations Commander Lopez and THANK YOU for your service to the Vista community! We will feature new Sheriff Captain John Boyce in an upcoming issue.

Catalytic Converter Theft Prevention

The Oceanside Police Department recently arrested catalytic converter thieves. A recovered converter was linked to a victim who engraved their catalytic converter at a North County Ford engraving event last May. Because of this, detectives identified the victim. Engraving catalytic converters allows victims to be linked if stolen, resulting in stronger court cases.

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Last Week for Christmas Tree Recycling

Residents may place Christmas trees curbside on collection days through January 6. Tree length must be cut to four feet or less with trimmings, including tinsel and tree stand removed. Residents in an apartment or condo complex – check with your property management for guidelines. Two drop-off locations are available. READ MORE

Volunteers Needed for Point-in-Time Count

If you are interested in supporting those experiencing homelessness, consider volunteering as an interviewer for the Point-in-Time Count to be held on January 26, 2023, from 4 am to 8 am with the San Diego Regional Task Force on Homelessness. You can help make a difference. READ MORE

Spring Adult Sports Registration

Registration is underway for spring adult softball and adult basketball. League play begins in March. Register in person at the Civic Center Recreation Office, by phone, or online. These two sports play in Vista parks. Come join the fun this spring and get ready to get out and play! READ MORE

January at the McClellan Senior Center

The McClellan Senior Center, located within Brengle Terrace Park, has so much going on in January to start the New Year off on the right note. The nutrition and transportation programs are ready to serve you. The Center also offers plenty of fun activities all month long. READ MORE

Scavenger Hunting is Coming to Vista

Scavenger Hunting and Socialization is coming to Vista on January 7. Check out this new group that welcomes participants ages 18 and up. The activity is free and will explore Vista locations. READ MORE

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