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Thank you for stopping by to visit and get the latest Rolando community news! Below are updates on local events and meetings. Please visit our other pages for additional information.

Flood Information

Reporting Storm Water Problems

Dear Community Members,

If you have problems with flooding or issues related to storm water surges in the future, it is best to send service requests through the department contacts so that your service requests get logged and crews can go out to inspect the problem and respond to it. Below are a weblink, a hotline, and an e-mail address that you can use to report problems and request service::

WEBPAGE: http://www.sandiego.gov/stormwater/services/servicerequest.shtml

PHONE: Storm Water Hotline at (619) 235-1000

EMAIL: SWPPP@sandiego.gov

For general information there is a good article at the City of San Diego website on El Nino and San Diego.

You can also sign up for emergency notices at readysandiego.org/alertssandiego.

It looks like we are in for a wet winter so be as prepared as you can be!

Community Meetings

Our next community meeting will be February 16th at Clay Elementary School auditorium. Meet and greet begins at 6:30pm; meeting starts at 7pm and usually ends at 8pm. Check back soon for speaker information. We hope to see you there!

 

Community Events

 

20th Annual Rolando Street Fair!

The Rolando Street Fair is Sunday, March 20th, 2016 from 10am to 6pm. It's hard to believe but it was almost twenty years ago that our community began this wonderful event! The Fair has grown over the years and now takes up an entire city block on Rolando Blvd. from El Cajon Blvd. to Solita Ave. More than 100 vendors offer goods and services, a kid's zone keeps the young (and young at heart) spinning, twirling, or bouncing, tons of delicious food are available from a wide variety of food booths, and our music lineup has been a big hit every year (dancing often breaks out). There is a group of selfless volunteers that bring every Fair into existence and this year is no exception. Please contact the RCC if you would like to help! Visit our Street Fair page and find us on Facebook for up-to-date information. See you at the Fair!