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Poway is located in southern California in San Diego County. It was incorporated in 1980. The city is named after the Poway Creek which runs through the city. Artifacts including arrow heads, spear points, mutates, grinding stones and pottery have been found along the riverbed of the Poway Creek. These artifacts indicate to archeologists that there was a Diegueno Native American tribe presence in the region. The padres from the nearby Mission San Diego de Alcala kept cattle in the valley where Poway is now located.

Population: 48044
Local Newspapers: The San Diego Union-Tribune San Diego Daily Transcript
Local Sports Teams: San Diego Chargers San Diego Padres
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Zip Codes associated with poway, california: 92064
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Poway News
'Agritopia'-inspired development in works for StoneRidge?

The Poway resident now guiding the future of the closed StoneRidge Country Club says he is looking at a unique planned community in Gilbert, Arizona for inspiration. Kevin McNamara, who last month signed an option to purchase the 117-acre Espola Road property, says certain features of the 166-acre Agritopia community might would work well in "The City in the Country."

Chris Hillman & Herb Pedersen Come to Bernardo Winery

In 2017, Tom Petty produced a new album by one of his musical heroes: Chris Hillman. "Bidin' My Time" would be one of Petty's last musical projects before his untimely death in October of 2017.

Road improvements coming to Rancho Bernardo Road

Drivers on Rancho Bernardo Road can expect delays through at least July 20 when traveling between Rancho Bernardo and Poway . Most of the resurfacing work - that began Monday - is slated to be completed between 9 p.m. and 5 a.m., with at least a portion of each lane of Rancho Bernardo Road between Bernardo Center Drive and Summerfield Lane , closed in either direction during the time period.

Falling tree nearly strikes Poway woman in dog park

Rosemarie Wolf narrowly avoided being hit by a falling pine tree in the early evening of June 30 at the dog park in Poway Community Park, something she and her husband, Rudy, blame on poor tree maintenance from the city. The Wolfs and three others were sitting at a picnic bench in the small dog pen, talking and watching their dogs play, when they heard loud crackling sounds.

Poway High principal resigns

In a June 28 email to his staff and parents, Garrett wrote " as the timeline of my professional career draws closer to its end, I believe it is best to pass the reins to a new leader. My time at Poway High has been the culmination of my career and I move on to my next educational role proud of what we have achieved together."

Why Santa Monica is fighting the California Voting Rights Act

The city of Santa Monica received a letter from a Malibu law firm in late 2015 claiming that its at-large election system - in which all voters choose the whole city council - discriminated against Latino residents. We were both on the City Council at the time and found it surprising, not least because the then-mayor was Mexican American.

REVIEW: 'Romeo and Juliet' in Poway, a mix of modern with tradition

Romeo discovers what appears to be a deceased Juliet in her family's crypt in PowPAC and Pickwick Players' production of Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet." Romeo discovers what appears to be a deceased Juliet in her family's crypt in PowPAC and Pickwick Players' production of Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet."

Discovery of hidden drawings puts Poway Native American art in a class of its own

A digitally enhanced image, using DStretch analysis, of a Native American pictograph showing the Rancho Bernardo Style of drawing found in Poway. Rock art researcher Greg Erickson calls it "one of the most dramatic examples" in that style found to date.

Heat Waves Don't Stop Work or Play in San Diego

NBC 7's Gaby Rodriguez spoke to people who plan on playing and working under the heat this weekend. We know that fire personnel will be on high alert this weekend during the heat wave and we heard how the high temperatures impact local employees in a few different industries, but what about the people out there determined to not let the weather get in the way of their play? The scene Thursday at the Sportsplex USA softball fields in Poway was just like many other fields and recreation centers in the county - busy despite the scorching sun.

Taste of Our Towne is June 16

The event, a major fundraiser for Poway OnStage, will include food, beer and wine tasting, entertainment and a live and silent auction. It runs from 5 to 9:30 p.m. at the Poway Center for the Performing Arts, 15498 Espola Road.

PUSD bids farewell to 47 retiring elementary teachers

Teachers who have been with the district at least 30 years were asked to reflect on their careers. Six chose to share their reflections.

PUSD budget shows deficits in future

While the proposed 2018-19 Poway Unified School District budget has a bit of a surplus, projected budgets for the following two years may be in the deficit, school district board members have been told. Meeting in special session on June 5, the board reviewed a presentation showing next year's revenues outpacing expenses by about $1 million, with $395 million in revenues and $394 million in expenses.

Election '88: Battle over city's future

When Poway citizens voted to incorporate as a city in 1980, growth was a major factor in the minds of many voters. "Stop Disinterested Strangers from Deciding our Future," urged an ad from incorporation supporters.

Poway mayor, councilmen, will run in November

Poway 's mayor and two incumbent City Council members confirmed this week they will each run for re-election in November. Steve Vaus will be seeking a second four-year term while Councilmembers John Mullin and Dave Grosch will ask voters for third terms on Nov. 6. While Vaus will be on the ballot across the city, Mullin and Grosch will be running for the first time in districts created late last year by the council.

Flag Retirement ceremony is Saturday in Poway Veterans Park

American Legion Post 479 is hosting a flag retirement ceremony 10 a.m. Saturday, June 9 at Poway Veterans Park, 14135 Midland Road, across from Old Poway Park. Held in recognition of Flag Day , this ceremony provides an opportunity to observe the formal retirement of a faded/tattered American flag, according to a press release.

New resident picked for vacant Poway council seat

A young mother with extensive experience in county government was unanimously selected Monday night to fill the vacant seat on the Poway City Council. Caylin Frank, who moved to Poway in March with her husband and infant daughter, will be sworn in Wednesday and will be seated at the July 17 council meeting.

Prostitution arrest made at Poway spa

One woman was arrested when a Poway spa was busted Wednesday in a prostitution sting, according to a press release from the San Diego County Sheriff 's Department. AA Spa, at 12623 Poway Road, was the subject of the sting following a tip the sheriff's department received in April.

Suspected Poway bank robber indicted

A man suspected of threatening deadly violence while robbing three San Diego-area banks over the last two weeks - including one in Poway - has been indicted by a grand jury on a slate of federal charges. During the 10-day series of heists, Terry Lee Taylor, 23, allegedly gave tellers notes stating that he had a concealed gun and was willing to kill all employees and customers present if his demands for cash were not met, according to prosecutors.

Poway resident honored by Sharp HealthCare for his resilient spirit

A Poway resident was recently honored with a "Victories of Spirit" Eagle Spirit award from Sharp Rehabilitation and the Sharp HealthCare Foundation. Steve Scott, who said he was left paraplegic after his spinal cord was cut by his surgeon during a routine back surgery following a workplace accident in 2009, was one of four to receive a "Victories of Spirit" award for patient achievement at the May 18 event.

Fair, parade and fireworks returning to Rancho Bernardo

Rancho Bernardo will host Independence Day events for community members for the 49th time next week, offering a full day of free and low-cost activities. The Wednesday, July 4 festivities will start with the admission-free community fair in Webb Park , set for 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., followed by the 49th annual Spirit of the Fourth parade at 3:30 p.m. in downtown Rancho Bernardo and concluding with the 9 p.m. fireworks show at Bernardo Heights Middle School .

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