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News from Vista’s Economic Development Department

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One Mile Revitalized, One Year Later
The City of Vista’s project to reinvigorate the historic heart of its community, Paseo Santa Fe, has been open for one year, and the final element of the project – the roundabout at S. Santa Fe Avenue and Pala Vista Drive – is currently scheduled to be completed in late spring. 
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V is for Valentine’s Day in Vista
Although Valentine’s Day has passed, we can continue to celebrate the people, things and places that mean the most to us. Our local businesses are the heart of the Vista community so we wanted to spread a little love to three local businesses that are well suited to help you do the same: John Shakarian’s Jewelry, Public Lemon and Little Cakes Kitchen.
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City Offering a Free Cybersecurity Program for Vista Small Businesses
The City of Vista and Cyber Center of Excellence (CCOE) are offering a Cybersecurity Awareness Program designed to assist small businesses in becoming more cybersecurity-aware and ultimately strengthening our regional economic resiliency. Monthly enrollment is now open and is FREE to participating small Vista businesses, made possible by a grant from the City of Vista.Cybersecurity Awareness Program Offerings

  • A detailed cybersecurity risk assessment from MasterCard’s RiskRecon (completely confidential).
  • 90 days of cybersecurity awareness training for up to 100 employees from ESET.
  • Tools to develop and exercise your cyber incident response plan with CyberCatch’s simulator.
  • Threat landscape briefing from the FBI.
  • Connectivity to the region’s cybersecurity industry including additional customizable resources.

And most importantly…get the tools to take positive action to help thwart future cyberattacks and protect your organization’s data, employees, vendors and customers. Please register to learn more about the program and access the free resources

Helpful Reminder
If you would like to offer live entertainment, whether it is a comedian, trivia night, karaoke, or musical performers, you must first get a license from the City. Applications are available through the City’s Business License Department or by contacting Kathy Valdez at kvaldez@cityofvista.com or 760-643-5320.

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