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Dear Residents, Town Council Members and Distinguished Guests, The monthly meeting of the Rancho Peñasquitos Town Council is scheduled for Thursday, June 2nd, 7:00 pm at the Hotel Karlan (formerly DoubleTree Golf & Resort) located in the Ball Room at: 14455 Peñasquitos Drive, San Diego, CA 92129 Click on RPTC Agenda June 2016 link for this meeting’s full[…]
Less than one month ago, the Rancho Family YMCA, with sponsorship from the RPTC and City Councilmembers Kersey and Cate, launched a community Certified Farmers Market. Despite the rain, we had over 1,200 residents and neighbors come out to shop and show support. The market is growing – it started with 13 and now we[…]
The RPTC Elections and Appointments Committee presented their preliminary/unofficial 2016 RPTC Board Election Results. Election results were ratified at the May RPTC meeting. Congratulations to the winners. District 1 Adobe Bluffs Kate Glenn District 2 Canyon View Dave De Vries District 3 Deer Canyon Kristine Custodio and Alan Gin District 4 […]
Congratulations to the Rancho Peñasquitos Volunteer of the Year! Jennifer Palkovic, a resident of Rancho Peñasquitos since 2004, has been an educator in California both in special education and general education. She adores children and has two daughters of her own, Isabella (9) and Sienna (2010-2012). In April 2012, Jennifer and her family experienced the[…]
WE WANT YOUR INPUT ON OUR REGION’S FUTURE! What are the most important projects and programs to keep San Diego moving forward? Share your thoughts and help determine the region’s priorities in important areas such as habitat conservation, transportation, and water quality improvements. Watch this video to learn how you can participate. Why is your[…]
If you see something that might create a clog or any problem related to our storm drain system, call 619-235-1000 or go online to submit a service request. Once rains begin, look for any areas of prolonged flooding along the street. That may mean that a storm drain is clogged nearby. If you do spot[…]
Niche.com has just released its 2016 rankings for schools and school districts. Congratulations to PUSD, ranked 150 Nationwide and 15th in the state. Also, congrats to our many other PQ schools! Use the browse link to look up your neighborhood school. In California, Westview HS ranked 21st and Mt. Carmel HS 79th. Niche ranks more[…]
Congratulations PQ for being ranked #4 for neighborhoods to live in by Our City San Diego Magazine. Here is the survey description: “As we did in 2013, Our City once again set out to determine the best neighborhoods for families with children. We targeted 16 factors and broke them into five main categories: schools, crime[…]
Find local organizations, businesses, and municipal services. The RPTC is your hub for community connections.
Don’t miss a community event! Check out the community calendar to find when RPTC and other community events are taking place.
The RPTC offers community grants and sponsorships to individuals and organizations for activities, projects, events and programs that promote the interests or provide community service to Rancho Peñasquitos.
Join the Community Partners of the Rancho Penasquitos Town Council today! Start making a difference where you live and play.
Every year, approximately 15,000 people set foot in Rancho Peñasquitos to attend the annual “Fiesta de los Penasquitos” community festival and Street Fair, since 1995. All Fiesta proceeds return to the community through Community Grants that enhance Rancho Penasquitos.
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Rancho Peñasquitos Town Council
DEDICATED TO MAINTAINING A CLEAN, SAFE, AND VIBRANT RANCHO PEÑASQUITOS FOR FAMILIES, SINCE 1975
Who We AreThe Rancho de los Peñasquitos Town Council is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to serve, represent, and promote the activities and interests of all Rancho de los Peñasquitos. As a forum for discussion and resolution of community issues, the Town Council will communicate ideas, recommendations, and concerns that impact Rancho de los Peñasquitos to residents, other community organizations, private and commercial interests, and government agencies, as appropriate.
We are comprised of duly elected and appointed representatives from designated districts within Rancho de los Peñasquitos. Official business is conducted at regular or special meetings of the Town Council, at regular or special meetings of the Executive Committee, and at meetings of other committees established by the Town Council.
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