El Cajon joins other entities in water purification effort

November 9, 2017 by  

Four separate entities in the San Diego area have joined together in an effort to diversify their sources of water. The plan includes converting wastewater from drains and toilets into drinking water.

The effort is [Read more]

‘HauntFest on Main’ returning to El Cajon

October 20, 2017 by  

El Cajon is getting ready to celebrate Halloween with the sixth ‘HauntFest on Main’ – a family-friendly event in the city’s downtown. The fun is centered in downtown El Cajon, in the 200 block of East Main.

There are a number of [Read more]

Firefighters to celebrate Fire Prevention Week

September 18, 2017 by  

Fire Prevention Week is coming up, and to mark the occasion, Heartland Fire & Rescue will have an open house at the fire station on Lexington Avenue in El Cajon. The [Read more]

El Cajon complex creating community garden

August 21, 2017 by  

Garden boxes are now ready to start producing healthy produce for over 200 of an El Cajon building’s residents.

Torrey Apartments is [Read more]

Music in the air in El Cajon

July 19, 2017 by  

In El Cajon, people can enjoy the ‘Dinner & a Concert’ series of presentations taking place on Friday nights during the summer. The concerts are free, and are sponsored by the Downtown El Cajon Business Partners.

Next on the schedule is [Read more]

Animal shelter under construction in El Cajon

June 8, 2017 by  

El Cajon has broke ground for its new animal shelter. The facility will be located on North Marshall Avenue, near the current shelter. The shelter comes with a $10.5 million price tag, and plans have been in the works since 2004. The new shelter will offer 10,900 square feet, almost twice [Read more]

El Cajon looks forward to annual festival

May 9, 2017 by  

El Cajon is a city that prides itself on the many diverse ethnic groups that call it home, and is planning to demonstrate that diversity with an upcoming festival.

This year’s America on [Read more]

San Diego organization looking for prom dresses

April 19, 2017 by  

For the ninth year, the San Diego chapter of the Princess Project, a nonprofit organization, is looking for gently used dresses to give to low-income families who could not otherwise afford to purchase a gown. The Project gives one dress and [Read more]

El Cajon schedules Citizen’s Police Academy

March 8, 2017 by  

Communities across the country are holding police academies for their residents, and El Cajon is now set to shine.

The Citizen’s Police Academy, which runs for [Read more]

El Cajon looks for answers to homelessness

February 5, 2017 by  

El Cajon, California, is working hard to find answers to the problem of homelessness, by getting everyone involved in the process.

During the week beginning Monday, January 23, over [Read more]

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