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Chula Vista is Spanish for "beautiful view." It is believed that the city was named Chula Vista because of the scenic location between the San Diego Bay and the coastal, mountainous foothills. President Eisenhower visited Chula Vista's country club to play golf. To this day, he is the only president to visit Chula Vista. The Sister Cities International has designated three sister cities to Chula Vista: Cebu City, Philippines; Odawara, Japan; and Tijuana, Mexico.

Population: 173556
Local Newspapers: Ramona Sentinel San Diego Union-Tribune
Local Sports Teams: San Diego Chargers San Diego Padres
Local Colleges: Southwestern Community College

Zip Codes associated with chula vista, california: 91901 91910 91911 91913 91914 91915
Towns/Cities near chula vista, california : Terra Nova Bonita Imperial Beach

Chula Vista News
Utilities commission wants to sanction San Diego attorney Michael Aguirre

Former San Diego city attorney Mike Aguirre is asked to leave the podium after his time expired while addressing members of the California Public Utilities Commission at a meeting Sept. 28, 2017 in Chula Vista.

Doggone Game of Thrones ...

"Lily was last seen being taken from our yard on Thursday [February 15] by a caucasian male, medium build, [in his] late 20s to early 30s," Ivan Kanzaki said. "He then led [our Siberian husky] into Emory Street and then towards Palm Avenue."

Eater SD: Souped Up Bowling Alley Rolls Into Chula Vista

In San Diego's South Bay, there's a hip new bowling alley. In the North County, Modern Times Beer is planning a restaurant.

Salt Creek Golf Club to close in March

Joe Pantoja, left, teaches a private lesson at Salt Creek Golf Club in Chula Vista. The golf club has lost money since opening in 2000 and announced Thursday that it will close in the middle of March.

Who's hiring: Home Depot & Sprouts

Both Home Depot and Sprouts Farmers Market are among several companies making a push for workers in a tight labor market. Home Depot is hiring 900 workers to get ready for spring, including cashiers, operations jobs and online order fulfillment positions.

#FoodieNews: Bonita beckons a Mexiterranean cuisine rendezvous

Tucked away on Bonita Road is Romesco, a Mexiterranean bistro. Baja and Spanish flavors are intertwined here and the influence spawns beautiful delicious Mediterranean-inspired food with a Baja twist.

Re-purposed classrooms have new teaching mission

Saint John's Episcopal Church in Chula Vista closed its school last summer. The closure gave Saint John's Church a vacant building that is now occupied by Episcopal Community Services.

Training in Chula Vista to keep schools safe

Several South bay schools are teaming up with police for important training designed to save lives in the event of an emergency. The group reviewed procedures for scary situations - including medical emergencies, weapons on campus and then used a mock gun for an active shooter drill.

District Attorney wants death for cop killer

The death penalty is being sought by the District Attorney's office against a man charged with killing a San Diego Police officer who lived in Chula Vista and for whom the Eastlake post office is named. Officer Jonathan "J.D." De Guzman, 43, was shot to death on July 28, 2016, and his partner Wade Irwin was wounded in the Southcrest area of San Diego following an 11 p.m. traffic stop.

Man accused of carjacking 4X

Seven witnesses testified in the preliminary hearing of Daniel Ryan Perez, 33, that was conducted by San Diego Superior Court Judge Fred Link. All four victims were among the witnesses in the Sept.

See you around

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Annual check monitors health

The city of Chula Vista in a partnership with the County of San Diego's Live Well program hosted its annual Love Your Heart event Wednesday morning at Chula Vista City Hall Building C. "This is typically planned on Valentine's Day every year because it is about the heart," said Jennifer Dailard, senior communications specialist for Kaiser Permanente. "It's a day where people can go and get their health looked at, at no cost, with no appointment."

Voters to decide tax increase

The Chula Vista City Council on Tuesday night supported putting a measure for a half-cent general sales tax increase on the June ballot that, if approved, is supposed to help fund public safety. The measure is considered a general tax; revenues will go directly into the general fund, therefore it will only need a simple majority - not two-thirds - voter approval.

Ex-All-Star pitcher in court over $500k cocaine smuggling

From Major league to major trouble: Downfall of ex-All-Star pitcher as he is pictured in prison garb and chains for $500k cocaine smuggling court appearance Esteban Loaiza arrived in court after being charged with the possession and transportation for sale of 10 kilograms of drugs Former All-Star pitcher Esteban Loaiza, who earned more than $43million over 14 seasons, has denied allegations that he is a cocaine dealer. Loaiza became a celebrity in his native Mexico and made his first appearance in San Diego County Superior Court in Chula Vista, California , after his arrest last week.

Sewage spills, sea level rise impacting Imperial Beach plan

The latest spill comes as the city is waiting to move forward with a lawsuit against the International Boundary and Water Commission . "We have to do our best to protect our city and figure out how to adapt to rising seas and this issue of increasing flows into the Tijuana River," said Imperial Beach City Mayor, Serge Dedina.

Get on your way to a heart healthy lifestyle

The California Department of Public Health Wednesday warned people not to eat cactus pads, or nopales, imported from Mexico sold at specific retail and wholesale locations around the state due to the presence of unapproved pesticides. The California Department of Public Health Wednesday warned people not to eat cactus pads, or nopales, imported from Mexico sold at specific retail and wholesale locations around the state due to the presence of unapproved pesticides.

Boys Injured by Falling Tree Sue South Bay School District

A student is still recovering from injuries after a tree fell on him at a South Bay school. The family is now suing the Sweetwater Union School District.

Ex-All Star pitcher Esteban Loaiza to face drug charges

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Chula Vista adds tax increase to June ballot

Chula Vista's City Council wants voters to pass a tax increase to address the city's chronic lack of staffing for the police and fire departments. The council unanimously passed a motion to put a half-cent sales tax increase on the June ballot Tuesday night.

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