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San Marcos is located in southwestern California in the North County section of San Diego County. It is considered to be a suburb of San Diego. In recent years San Marcos has become known for its several acres of open space and abundance of parks. Several miles of trails have been established to facilitate biking throughout the city and more are being planned. Double Peak Park, a point of interest in the city, features a panoramic view of northern San Diego County from the highest coastal peak in the whole county.

Population: 54977
Local Newspapers: San Diego Community Newspaper Group San Diego Headline News
Local Sports Teams: San Diego Chargers San Diego Padres San Diego Gulls
Local Colleges: California State University-San Marcos University of St. Augustine

Zip Codes associated with san marcos, california: 92069 92078
Towns/Cities near san marcos, california : Escondido Vista Carlsbad Oceanside Encinitas Bonsall

San Marcos News
Oceanside schools switching to district elections

The Oceanside Unified School District board will vote Monday on a plan to divide its jurisdiction into voting districts, as part of a regional push to increase minority representation. The district is making the move after receiving a warning letter from Malibu-based Kevin Shenkman asserting that its election system didn't comply with the California Voting Rights Act, said Matt Evans, director of facilities for Oceanside Unified.

County releases draft EIR for Newland projectJune 22, 2017

Developers of a controversial proposed 2,135-home subdivision of San Marcos are hailing the project as "San Diego County's first carbon neutral community" as public review begins on the project's draft environmental report.

Nualgi America, Inc Launches its Breakthrough 13Essentials Foliar Fertilizer

Hey you guys really have something that is a game changer. ...let me tell you that after 4 weeks of vegetation, my fan leaves are as big as my hands and very green and pretty...........amazed!"" SAN MARCOS, CA, UNITED STATES, June 21, 2017 / EINPresswire.com / -- Nualgi America Inc, is pleased to announce the launch of its breakthrough foliar fertilizer , 13Essentials .

Dead bat found at San Diego Zoo Safari Park tests positive for rabies

A dead bat found at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park tested positive for rabies, and county health officials are looking for anyone who might have touched the animal. The bat -- which wasn't part of the park's collection of animals -- was discovered Monday just before 10:30 a.m. near the Oasis Deli in the Nairobi Village section of the park, the county Health and Human Services Agency reported.

Man pleads not guilty to attempted murder of Oceanside peace officer

A San Marcos man accused of running down a motorcycle officer with a car while the lawman was conducting a traffic stop near Buddy Todd Park in Oceanside pleaded not guilty Wednesday to attempted murder on a peace officer. Roberto Ignacio Flores, 26, was ordered held on $5 million bail and faces 20 years to life in prison if convicted, said Deputy District Attorney Keith Watanabe.

Poway makes first move toward district elections

Wasting little time in the face of a threatened lawsuit, the Poway City Council decided this week to begin shifting toward district council elections instead of at-large voting. City Attorney Morgan Foley said the council voted in closed session Tuesday to have city staff bring back a resolution July 18 that would seal the city's intent to establish district elections The rush to change voting methods was instigated by a letter sent to the city last week by Malibu attorney Kevin Shenkman alleging Poway's election system violates the California Voting Rights.

Great Oaka s McCoy capped off career well, is HSGameTime Boys Golfer of the Year Ryan McCoy

Ryan McCoy missed out on the ending he wanted, but he's still armed with a ton of great memories during four years of playing golf at Great Oak High School. One of four Inland-area golfers to reach the CIF-SCGA Southern California Regional round, McCoy fell short of his goal of reaching the CIF-State Championship but still is the HSGameTime All-Area Boys Golfer of the Year.

Man Arrested for Attempted Murder of Oceanside Officer

Police are investigating an attempted murder, after a driver intentionally struck an Oceanside police officer. One suspect has been taken into custody.

Golden Door Spa/San Marcos

After entering the golden doors at the spa, guests take this peaceful walkway and are asked to take a deep breath, enjoy the scenery and reflect. After entering the golden doors at the spa, guests take this peaceful walkway and are asked to take a deep breath, enjoy the scenery and reflect.

International Boat Show cruising into San Diego

The four-day event will include a display of more than 200 vessels, from entry-level family cruisers and personal watercraft to sailboats and motoryachts, as well as nautical gear, workshops and live entertainment. Hours will be noon to 7 p.m. Thursday and Friday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday.

Chula Vista City Council approves driverless vehicle testing

Autonomous cars are expected to be the new norm by 2025, and will be tested to reduce emissions, congestion and crashes in Chula Vista. "Now it's a matter of putting vehicles on the road and interacting with traffic and interacting with pedestrians stopping before they make right turns on red," Jim Madaffer, California Transportation Commissioner.

Couple watches stranger drive off with their dog

A San Marcos couple was devastated Tuesday night after their dog got loose and they witnessed someone in a pickup truck scoop her up and then take off. The couple was staying in the Escondido Inn on Sunday night when they opened their door around 10 p.m. "He sees me screaming for my dog and he grabs my dog, throws it in his car, and takes off," he said.

Kroll Bond Rating Agency Assigns Preliminary Ratings to Welk Resorts 2017-A

Kroll Bond Rating Agency assigns preliminary ratings to two classes of notes issued by Welk Resorts 2017-A . This is a $149.03 million timeshare Welk 2017-A is expected to be collateralized by approximately $125 million of timeshare loan receivables at closing compared to an expected collateral balance of approximately $155 million after completion of the prefunding period.

Daily Business Report-June 13, 2017

'I want to elevate the authentic presentation of American Indians in the mass media' - Dr. Joely Proudfit. "My American Indian culture and identity is central to my being, work and research," said Proudfit, chair and professor in the American Indian Studies Department and Director of the California Indian Culture & Sovereignty Center at Cal State San Marcos.

Holistic doctor gunned down outside organic restaurant in Colorado as war on natural health continues

The pharmaceutical world will do everything in its power to protect its cash cow. Anything that stands in its way will be eliminated.

San Marcos High School Crowns Its Class of 2017

San Marcos High School' s seniors celebrated commencement Thursday at Warkentin Stadium, where family and friends packed the stands to cheer on the graduates. Before the students crossed the field, the ceremony began with recordings of the graduating seniors thanking their parents and loved ones for all their support.

Local 13-Year-Old Graduates From College

Claire Lewis, 13, now has her Associate of Arts Degree from Palomar College, making her the youngest graduate ever of the school. Claire Lewis, 13, has many interests like other teens her age, including: playing the piano, clogging and watching tv.

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