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
Mira Mesa Fourth of July
Fourth of July applications online: Parade and vendor applications are now online for the 46th annual Mira Mesa Fourth of July Celebration.
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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Submit your question to the Mira Mesa Town Council. Questions that affect the larger community may be featured in or monthly newsletter.
Update: the MMTC membership approved the proposed Bylaws changes at the October MMTC meeting with one change - increasing the notification time for a special meeting from 24 to 48 hours. Here are the approved Bylaws and the changes from the 2010 Bylaws. The Board...
Our October meeting was our annual meeting on Mira Mesa schools. The principals from all Mira Mesa schools were invited and most attended. The picture above is from our October 2019 meeting. Also at the meeting, MMTC considered Bylaws changes proposed by the Bylaws...
The September meeting is the SECOND Monday since the first Monday is Labor Day. We have three main agenda items: 1) City Councilman Chris Cate will discuss the NFC and D6 priorities; 2) MTS will make a presentation on the initiative for enhancing citywide public...
4th of July Parade Awards. Gold Star Families Memorial Monument at Miramar. Census 2020. At the Mira Mesa Town Council meeting August 5 MMTC will present its $200 “Best Float” prize for the 2019 Mira Mesa 4th of July Parade, as well as award certificates in various...
3Roots Project Approved by Mira Mesa Community Planning Group Jeff Stevens, Chair, Mira Mesa Community Planning Group The 3Roots project, the first of two large projects in Carroll Canyon, was approved by the Mira Mesa Community Planning Group at the August 19, 2019...
Mira Mesa High School alumnus (Class of 2010) and NFL Starting Running Back for the Kansas City Chiefs, Damien Williams, served as Grand Marshal for the Mira Mesa Town Council’s 45th annual Fourth of July Parade. 10,000 spectators were in attendance for the parade. “I...
Congratulations to the 2019 MMTC/Verne Goodwin Scholarship winners Jacqueline Nguyen, Ngoc (Lina) Phung, and Victoria (Tori) Cone! They were selected from an outstanding group of applicants by our scholarship committee based on their volunteer experience and work....
Brush Management along Canyon Perimeters in Mira Mesa – Lessons from 2018, 2007 and 2003. The Paradise and Camp wildfires remain as vivid memories for many of us and are still frequently covered in the news related to the slow pace of clean-up and restoration that...
Monday, May 27, 2019 10 am - 12 pm