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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
Front yard revamp ready for next bout with drought

Jeanne and Troy Ray had their Chula Vista front yard redesigned with drought-tolerant landscaping. The drought may be over - for now - but water is still a precious and expensive commodity in San Diego County.

Students Help Build New San Diego Art Center

After years of planning, construction is underway for a new facility for the Space 4 Art center at its future location in Logan Heights with help from some students and volunteers. Students from King-Chavez Community High School in downtown and High Tech High in Chula Vista have been an instrumental part of the development project , from helping to design the new facility to building it.

Campers, Families Take Refuge at Gate Fire Shelter Site

The Red Cross set up an overnight shelter at Otay Ranch High School for evacuated campers and residents of Dulzura The parking lot of Otay Ranch High School in Chula Vista was packed full of trucks and RV's Sunday as evacuated families awaited returning to the Pio Pico campground. The Red Cross set up an overnight shelter at the school for evacuated campers and residents of Dulzura, a community that was under an evacuation warning well into Sunday, after the Gate Fire sparked on Saturday .

'Gate Fire' evacuees recall escaping flames

Lorien was evacuated from the Pio Pico campground Saturday as a result of a fast moving brush fire near Jamul. CHULA VISTA, Calif.

Fire dept. preps for CPR week

According to the American Heart Association, about 350,000 people a year go into sudden cardiac arrest outside of a hospital. From that, only about 46 percent of those people who experience an out of hospital cardiac arrest get immediate help by bystanders before professional help arrives.

'Gate Fire' Off SR-94 Spreads Fast, Campground Evacuated

Amid rising temperatures, a fast-moving brush fire sparked off State Route 94 south of Jamul Saturday morning, quickly growing to 425 acres and prompting evacuations of a nearby campground. Cal Fire San Diego officials said the blaze, dubbed the "Gate Fire," began around 11:20 a.m. off SR-94 and Otay Lakes Road, in an area called Pink Gates near a border checkpoint.

Man admits fatally stabbing wife

A National City man who called police and said he had stabbed his wife pleaded guilty Monday to second-degree murder. Deputy District Attorney Samira Seidu said Jose Hernandez Cruz, 44, faces a term of 16 years to life in state prison for the slaying of Angelica Vargas Hernandez, 38. Chula Vista Superior Court Judge Patricia Garcia set sentencing for June 23. Cruz remains in the George Bailey Detention Facility without bail.

City moves ahead with latest immigration policy

The Chula Vista City Council unanimously approved on Tuesday a communications plan to better communicate official city policies related to immigration enforcement and to better connect city residents with available immigration services. The plan, put together by Communications Manager Anne Steinberger and Police Chief Roxana Kennedy, has three main goals: increase the awareness of city policies regarding immigration, assist residents in need to access available immigration services and city services, and to engage the Human Relations Commission to guide communications efforts.

Prison for life

A Chula Vista man who shot Robert Soria and Pamela Burgos to death the same night in 2015 was sentenced Wednesday to two consecutive terms of life in prison without the possibilty of parole. Luiz Alberto Ruiz, 29, a documented gang member with the nickname of "Pelon", also received a consecutive term of 75 years plus another 46-year prison term for related crimes.

Seniors Lead the Way as Cruz, Shirley, Flatt Push No. 14 UC San Diego ...

Troy Cruz tossed a complete-game gem, Brandon Shirley hit the three-run bomb early, and Justin Flatt the two-run double late as three seniors led No. 14 University of California San Diego over No.

Barstow college board appoints Eva Bagg as new superintendent

After a months-long, nationwide search for a successor to outgoing Barstow Community College Superintendent/President Dr. Deborah DiThomas, the board appointed former BCC instructor Dr. Eva Bagg Wednesday. The unanimous vote means Bagg, a current administrator for Long Beach City College, will take the reigns as the 17th president of BCC beginning July 1, just after DiThomas' four years comes to a close.

DUI crash suspect with multiple deportations returns to court; preliminary hearing delayed to June

A Mexican citizen who has been removed from the U.S. 15 times was arrested in a hit-and-run crash that left a boy, 6, badly hurt over the weekend. A Mexican citizen who has been removed from the U.S. 15 times was arrested in a hit-and-run crash that left a boy, 6, badly hurt over the weekend.

Daily Business Report-May 17, 2017

The antipathy towards the gas tax mostly comes from the perceived effect it would have on the businessperson's industry, according to the chamber. The San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce's Business Forecast for the month shows stiff opposition in the local business community to the new state gas ta to pay for road repairs and transportation projects.

$10K Reward Offered in Fatal Hit-and-Run: CVPD

Police are still searching for a suspect in a hit-and-run case that killed a beloved father and husband. A $10,000 reward was offered Tuesday for information leading to an arrest in the fatal Chula Vista hit-and-run that killed a beloved husband and father, confirmed Chula Vista police.

Chula Vista's neighborhood beer

With the official opening of Chula Vista Brewery on May 5th, the City of Chula Vista finally has the central, Third Avenue brewery it's been hoping for , to help revitalize its downtown village. For brewery founders Tim and Dali Parker, the goal is a little simpler: open a brewery in their neighborhood.

Local photographer up for senior award

Professional photographer Suzzette Ormond has taken pictures for more than 30 years. Her catalogue consists mainly of wedding photos, birthday parties and pictures of military personnel.

Why the CEO of San Diego's Red Cross is sleeping in a shipping container

Bill Earley, CEO of the American Red Cross of San Diego/Imperial Counties, has been sleeping in a mock disaster shelter to raise money for the organization. Bill Earley, CEO of the American Red Cross of San Diego/Imperial Counties, has been sleeping in a mock disaster shelter to raise money for the organization.

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