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
“With the continuing wind down of COVID-19 restrictions, we have been working hard to try to present an event in Mira Mesa this year for the 4th of July,” states Bari Vaz, President of the Mira Mesa Town Council. “Every agency and entity with which we work has a...
Co-Design a permanent amphitheater-like sculpture in Mira Mesa Community Park and receive a $500 fellowship stipend. Help create a permanent landmark in Mira Mesa Community Park! A new amphitheater-like sculpture is planned for Mira Mesa Community Park! The steel...
The City is proposing changes to the Mira Mesa Community Plan that could add between 12,000 and 23,000 housing units to the Mira Mesa Community, in existing shopping centers and in Sorrento Mesa. The full presentation can be found at this link. On March 18 , 2021 the...
From Congressman Scott Peters: Since February 2020, the world has grappled with a ruthless public health crisis due to the outbreak of COVID-19. Since then, 429,000 Americans have lost their lives due to this virus, including 2,465 San Diegans. The development and...
The Mira Mesa Town Council and Christ Community Church are collaborating with the Mira Mesa High School Food and Nutrition (FAN) Club to collect new or gently used and washed blankets and socks. Contact Jennifer Kvalvik at JKvalvik@sandi.net for more information....
Miramar College will be featured at the April 5 MMTC Meeting via Zoom, 7 PM. In addition, Mayor Gloria will update MMTC on City issues Meet the new Miramar College president, Dr. P. Wesley Lundburg, and learn from Professor Tanya Hertz about the Regional...
Mira Mesa Community Planning Group chair Jeff Stevens updated MMTC on the City proposals to add high density housing to shopping centers and to Sorrento Mesa. The plans were presented by the City at the February 2021 Mira Mesa Community Plan Update meeting. The image...
Our newly elected County Supervisor Terra Lawson-Remer will update the Mira Mesa Town Council on the state of the County. We will also have a presentation on the fate of Mira Mesa Lanes, our local bowling alley which has not been able to operate for the past year....
San Diego District 6 Councilmember Chris Cate will discuss the State of the District at the January 2021 Mira Mesa Town Council meeting. The meeting will be held at 7 PM via Zoom. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HHR4yQBtqFE
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.
Planning Group Remote Meetings
Meetings of the Mira Mesa Community Planning Group are now being held remotely. See the Planning Group page for information and registration instructions.
Volunteer of the Year Dinner
The volunteer of the year dinner honoring Jennifer Kvalvik has been postponed due to COVID-19. Future date TBD. 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.
Have a question about your Mira Mesa Community?
Submit your question to the Mira Mesa Town Council. Questions that affect the larger community may be featured in or monthly newsletter.