December 11, 2015

Everything PQ

Emergency Information or Reporting

Broken water pipe, meter or sprinkler – (619) 515-3525 or (619) 533-5271
waterwaste@sandiego.gov

Traffic signal outage – (619) 527-7500

SDG&E Power outage- 1-800-411-7343

Garbage not picked up – (858) 694 -7000

Graffiti report – (619) 527-7500

SDPD non-emergency – (858) 538-8000

CalFire – www.fire.ca.gov

WasteNo Water – www.sandiego.gov/water/conservation/drought/

SD CountyEmergency Site – www.sdcountyemergency.com/

ReadySanDiego.org

Community Links

If you are part of a PQ-based group that is not listed below, please contact us at web.print.rptc@gmail.com with the name and web address for your group and we will happily add it here.

Government
City of San Diego
County of San Diego
Rancho Penasquitos Planning Board: Meets the first Wednesday of every month at 7:30 pm at the Doubletree Golf Resort, Sandpiper Room, 14455 Peñasquitos Drive. The City Council recognizes one official land use planning group in each community to work with City staff to formulate and implement the General Plan and community plans, and to advise the Planning Commission and City Council on projects.
• Rancho Penasquitos Recreation Council:  Meets fourth Thursday of the month at 7:30 p.m. Meetings are held at the Canyonside Recreation Center, excluding December, when the meeting will be at the Hilltop Recreation Center on the second Thursday of the month.  Note: No meeting in November.
San Diego County Health & Human Services
San Diego Parks & Recreation
San Diego Public Libraries
San Diego Water Department
Report a Pot Hole
City Council D5 Rep Mark Kersey— representing most of PQ
City Council D6 Rep Chris Cate— representing PQ south of 56 and west of Salmon River Road
County Supervisor Dave Roberts
CA State Senator Marty Block
CA State Assembly Brian Manschien
U.S. Representative Scott Peters
Maintenance Assessment District

Public Safety
San Diego Police
Megan’s Law Database
San Diego Fire-Rescue Department
San Diego Neighborhood E-watch (Crime Watch)
PQ Fire Safe Council
Penasquitos Emergency Response Council (PERC)
• School Community Policing Program Collaborative

Recreation
San Diego Parks & Recreation
Black Mountain Open Space Park
PQ Recreation Centers (Black Mountain, Canyonside, Hilltop, Skate Park– click on any of the 4 locations to find the current program guide)
• Rancho Penasquitos Recreation Council:  Meets fourth Thursday of the month at 7:30 p.m. Meetings are held at the Canyonside Recreation Center, excluding December, when the meeting will be at the Hilltop Recreation Center on the second Thursday of the month.  Note: No meeting in November.
PQ Canyon Preserve
Pacific Polo Water Polo Club
Penasquitos Girls Softball Association
Penasquitos Youth Soccer Association
Rancho Penasquitos Little League
Rancho Penasquitos Park Programs
Rancho Penasquitos Pop Warner Football & Cheerleading
Rancho Penasquitos Tennis Center
Friends of Los Penasquitos Canyon Preserve
Rancho Family YMCA

Public Schools
PUSD School Board
Poway Unified School District
High Schools:
Westview
Mt. Carmel
Middle Schools:
Mesa Verde
Black Mountain
Elementary Schools:
Los Penasquitos
Rolling Hills
Sunset Hills
Sundance
Adobe Bluffs
Canyon View
Park Village
Deer Canyon
• School Community Policing Program Collaborative
BLAST Los Pen: BLAST (Building Leaders As Servants Today) is a character-driven, extended school day program that benefits Los Pen families of limited income. It is a collaborative effort that depends on the support and generosity of committed individuals, families, churches, and businesses in our community.

Business
San Diego North Chamber of Commerce

Community Interest
Relay For Life of Mira Mesa/Rancho Penasquitos
San Diego Master Gardeners
• Miramar Community Leaders Forum: Comprised of representatives from all San Diego communities that are surrounding, or affected by, MCAS Miramar. The purpose is for the Base to communicate ongoing activities to the local communities and for local communities to communicate activities that could affect the Base.
• PQNE Action Group
• PQ Neighbors
Rotary Club of San Diego North
Friends of Los Penasquitos Canyon Preserve

Scouting
Boy Scout Troop 622
Boy Scout Troop 648
Boy Scout Troop 667
Boy Scout Troop 676
Brownie & Girl Scout Troop 8154

Reporting Code Violations

Residents are encouraged to speak with their neighbors if they have a problem. However, we understand that this is not always possible. If you believe that any city codes are being violated, you may want to contact the Town Council’s Neighborhood Code Compliance Committee. If you are making a formal complaint, the following information will be needed:

  • Description of problem and duration
  • Address of property with problem
  • Your name, address, and phone number

 Code Violations Enforced by Neighborhood
Code Compliance and Police Department

Title Description Municipal Code Section
Christmas Lights (outdoor) Shall be removed within 20 calendar days of the passing of the holiday.

142.1255(k)(1)(B)

Trailer Storage Trailers may not be stored in driveway blocking access to 2 car garage

142.0560(d)(1)

RV Storage RVs may be stored on the street for up to 72 hours.  After this period, the RV must be moved 1/10 of a mile.

Enforced by Police Department (if called)

Garage Sales Maximum of 3 per year (each sale may be 2 consecutive days)

141.0305

Portable Basketball Hoops Hoops must not be stored in the public right-of-way (sidewalk or street).

62.0306(a)

Garbage cans May be placed at point of collection only from 6 pm the day before to 6 pm the day of collection.

66.0105

Vehicles overhanging public walk ways This is a citable offense.

Enforced by Police Department (if called)

Inoperable vehicle storage Up to 2 vehicles may be stored on private property if they are fully, legally screened (solid wall, fence, or landscaping) from public right-of-way in an area < 400 sq ft.  May not be stored in driveway or garage.

142.1110(f)