Fourth of July Parade
Jonas Salk Elementary School Dedication
Mira Mesa Street Fair
Mira Mesa Town Council Scholarships
Los Penasquitos Canyon Preserve
Miss and Miss Teen Mira Mesa
Mira Mesa High School Band in the Rose Parade
Camino Ruiz Park Trail to Los Penasquitos Canyon
We are pleased to announce that the Mira Mesa Street Fair will return this year after a two year hiatus due to Covid-19. Enjoy live music and other entertainment on two stages, a Fun Zone with pony rides for children as well as inflatables and other attractions for...
The long-awaited reconstruction of Gold Coast and Parkdale will begin in the fall of 2022 and will be completed in the fall of 2023. The linked presentation from the City of San Diego Engineering & Capital Projects Department was presented at the August 2022...
On Saturday July 30, MMTC partnered with Park & Rec (Maria and Jerry) and Mayor Gloria's office to celebrate Aiella Niles, the Sandburg student who was selected as winner of the "Mayor for a Day" contest. In her letter, Aiella mentioned wanting to meet with...
New street banners have now replaced the old, faded banners on Mira Mesa Blvd. Many thanks to Banner Committee chair Jennifer Kvalvik and her students Elisha Brofas and Daisy Martinez for designing the banners and arranging to have them made and installed on Mira Mesa...
September 12, 2022 MMTC Meeting Features Epicentre Update and CA State Senate Candidates At our September 12 Mira Mesa Town Council meeting, we will have an update on the Epicentre Teen Center in Mira Mesa, which is being renovated by the County of San Diego. We have...
We will hear from the two candidates for Assembly District 78. Mira Mesa was moved to District 78 under redistricting last year. The two candidates are: Chris Ward, the incumbentEric Gonzales, challenger We will also recognize the two Mira Mesa High School students...
After two years of meeting on Zoom, our June 6, 2022 meeting will be LIVE at 7:00 PM at the Mira Mesa Library! We will introduce our Mira Mesa Town Council/Verne Goodwin scholarship winners and receive an update on the state of District 6 from City Councilman Chris...
MMTC Hosts District 6 City Council Candidates Forum at Mira Mesa High School May 2 at 7pm The D6 Candidates Forum takes the place of the regular May meeting of the Mira Mesa Town Council. It was the first in-person event sponsored by the MMTC since the pandemic. The...
MMTC Scholarship Donations
Donations to the Mira Mesa Town Council Verne Goodwin Scholarship fund can be made through the Mira Mesa Community Foundation, a 501c(3) organization at this link.
We thank our sponsors for the 22nd annual Mira Mesa Street Fair:
Mira Mesa Office and Medical Mall
If you would like to be a sponsor for the Mira Mesa Street Fair, please follow this link.
Volunteer of the Year Dinner October 22, 2022!
Save the Date:
Mira Mesa Volunteer of the Year Dinner October 22, 2022
To Honor Jennifer Kvalvik as Volunteer of the Year
The Mira Mesa Town Council’s Volunteer of the Year Dinner honoring Jennifer Kvalvik as 2019 Mira Mesa Volunteer of the Year, postponed from Spring 2020 due to the pandemic, has now been rescheduled for October 22, 2022. The dinner will be held at Casa Machado Restaurant at Montgomery Field. Please save the date! Further details will be announced soon. For more information, email Pam Stevens, VOY Dinner Committee chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Scholarship donations can still be made at this link.
Our goal for the next year at MMTC is to double our membership! Mira Mesa is the largest community in San Diego and we want to use that strength and voice to influence local government to make Mira Mesa a priority. We are reaching out to local government to improve our roads, ensure that our park system is complete and maintained, and guarantee that services such as libraries, recreation centers and police and fire protection are provided and up to our standards. Join us today to build a better community in Mira Mesa!
Where am I?
The community of Mira Mesa stretches from the I-805 in the west to I-15 in the east. The southern border is the northern boundary of MCAS Miramar, then following the railroad tracks in the southwest corner. The northern border is Los Penasquitos Canyon Preserve.
Where am I?; explains the various names that apply to different parts of Mira Mesa and their history.
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