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Fair@44 – Weekly Wednesday Market!

Open Every Wednesday 11:30-7:30pm - 4350 El Cajon Boulevard A Neighborhood Gathering Place Offering Global Cuisine from Local Vendors Check our Facebook Page for an updated list of Vendors, Programming and Entertainment Facebook:fairat44 Instagram:fairat44 Fair@44 is a not-for-profit project of the City Heights Economic Development Collaborative. Wellness activity Sponsored by Fairthe Copley-Price Family...

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Boulevard News – January 2017

KOR Strength and Conditioning Kristen Karhio, co-owner of KOR Strength and Conditioning in North Park, has long been a dedicated athlete. However, it wasn’t until a sequence of timely circumstances in her early adult life, that she set on a path to open her own kettlebell...

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New Hub Banners

Thanks to a generous two year sponsorship from the San Diego County Credit Union, new banners on the Boulevard have been hung. They can be seen showcasing our lot activation projects at PopUp15 and Fair@44, as well as our thriving 30ECB (30th & El Cajon...

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Boulevard News – November 2016

Free Bike Valet Launches at POPUP15 Every Friday FREE Bike Valet Parking will be provided to local transit commuters on The Boulevard! The pilot, which will take place every Friday, is being launched by the El Cajon Boulevard BIA at POPUP15, in participation with Bikes del Pueblo. Free...

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Annual Meeting Recap

The El Cajon Boulevard Business Improvement Association held it's Annual Corporate Meeting on January 19th, 2017. Business members, partner community groups, residents and political representatives attended to hear about accomplishments in 2016 and the next steps going forward. Councilmember Chris Ward was in attendance and...

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24 New Streetlights

Double globe ornamental streetlights were installed at 24 locations along the North Park section of El Cajon Boulevard. The project was paid for with funding from the former North Park Redevelopment Area. The lights with be maintained through the Landscape Maintenance District.  ...

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