Category archives for: Poway

Level 2 water alert rules will start Aug. 1

Poway is moving into mandatory water conservation measures, effective Aug. 1.

Community coming together for Poway Days

Though Poway Days is still more than a month away, it’s never too early to take a look at what lies ahead.

Owner’s not sure why ‘Betty’ grew so tall

In 1972, Joanee Barnette’s father said her jacaranda tree would never grow. Now, 42 years later, the tree has proven him wrong.

Small business owners invited to ‘Meet the Buyers’ on Friday

Small business owners interested in doing business with governmental agencies are encouraged to sign up for a free “Meet the Buyers” seminar to be held Friday at Poway City Hall.

State senator to visit Poway on Saturday

Joel Anderson

Poway residents are invited to meet state Sen. Joel Anderson at a community coffee set for 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, July 26 at Painted Rock Elementary School.

‘Jack-O-Smash’ plans include dropping pumpkins down plinko

Plans are in full swing for the inaugural Jack-O-Smash 5000, a family friendly fundraiser to benefit children and adults with special needs.

Poway City Council meetings now live on cable, internet

Poway City Council meetings can now be viewed in real time on two cable channels and through the city’s website.

Green Flash Brewing coming to Poway

green flash

Poway is set to become a two-brewery town with the addition of Green Flash Brewing Co.

Poway looks at allowing off-leash dogs at Silverset Park

City staff has been instructed by the City Council to look into the pros and cons of possibly establishing an off-leash dog exercise area at Silverset Park.

Poway residents get chance to offer Gwynn ideas to city council

Poway residents who would like to suggest to the city how best to pay tribute to San Diego Padres legend Tony Gwynn will be able to do so at a future City Council meeting.