Thursday, February 11, 2016

San Dieguito Half Marathon Reminder

San Dieguito Half Marathon- Road Closures February 14, 2016

The San Dieguito Half Marathon will be held Sunday February 14, 2016.  It starts from San Dieguito Park, runs through the ranch and finishes at the Park. Several of the legs of the race are repeat out and back.  There is a three hour time limit for participants, so we expect outlying roads may open as runners have cleared and it is safe to open the road.
Refer to the map below.  Please plan your trips that morning. Look for an alternate route.   The race should be over by 11:30 or so. If you leave your home and you live within the race route, you may not be able to get back to it until the last runners clear the roadPlease plan your trips accordingly to avoid delays.

Here is the "official" notification:

PUBLIC NOTICE of ROAD CLOSURES 
The listed roads shown on the map below will be closed from 7:00 am to 11:30 am Sunday, February 14, 2016.  Roads will be reopened by the CHP as each segment of the course is clear to be opened. Local residents will not have access to any part of the closed roads.
ONLY EMERGENCY SERVICE VEHICLES will have access to all of the closed roads to respond to service requests.  The CHP and San Diego County Sheriff will provide traffic control.
The marathon will start and finish at San Dieguito County Park on El Camino Real. This event is sponsored by The San Diego County Parks Society, which provides support to the San Dieguito County Park.
For more information, please visit the website at www.kathyloperevents.com/sandieguitohalf
For comments please contact: Kathy Loper or Gloria Goodenough
Kathy Loper Events
 5173 Waring Road Suite 142
 San Diego, CA 92120
 email: Kathy@kathyloperevents.com email: Gloria@kathyloperevents.com Phone # 619-298-7400
 Fax # 619-298-7448

Or
County of San Diego, Permit Coordinator
Department of Public Works
5510 Overland Ave. Suite 410
San Diego, CA 92123
robert.fuller@sdcounty.ca.gov
858-694-3862

Monday, February 1, 2016

Update on Road Closures

Over the past 24 hours we experienced a very high wind/rain storm.  As a result many trees  were blown over.  Several hit telephone/power poles and took out electric and telephone service.
We cannot give you an estimate when those will be restored.  You can go to SDGE website and or call them for detailed information.  Here is their link:http://www.sdge.com/safety/outages/outage-map

Be careful in your travels, look for tree limbs that are low,  wires in the roadway. Do not drive around closures.  Know an alternate way to your destination.

Streets that are closed as of 2:30pm 2/1/16:

1.  Las Planideras, 15100-15200 block
2.  El Mirlo, 5100-5200 block
3.  La Valle Plateada, 6300 block


Tuesday, January 26, 2016

San Dieguito Half Marathon- Road Closures February 14, 2016

The San Dieguito Half Marathon will be held Sunday February 14, 2016.  It starts from San Dieguito Park, runs through the ranch and finishes at the Park. Several of the legs of the race are repeat out and back.  There is a three hour time limit for participants, so we expect outlying roads may open as runners have cleared and it is safe to open the road.
Refer to the map below.  Please plan your trips that morning. Look for an alternate route.   The race should be over by 11:30 or so. If you leave your home and you live within the race route, you may not be able to get back to it until the last runners clear the road. Please plan your trips accordingly to avoid delays.

Here is the "official" notification:

PUBLIC NOTICE of ROAD CLOSURES 
The listed roads shown on the map below will be closed from 7:00 am to 11:30 am Sunday, February 14, 2016.  Roads will be reopened by the CHP as each segment of the course is clear to be opened. Local residents will not have access to any part of the closed roads.
ONLY EMERGENCY SERVICE VEHICLES will have access to all of the closed roads to respond to service requests.  The CHP and San Diego County Sheriff will provide traffic control.
The marathon will start and finish at San Dieguito County Park on El Camino Real. This event is sponsored by The San Diego County Parks Society, which provides support to the San Dieguito County Park.
For more information, please visit the website at www.kathyloperevents.com/sandieguitohalf
For comments please contact: Kathy Loper or Gloria Goodenough
Kathy Loper Events
 5173 Waring Road Suite 142
 San Diego, CA 92120
 email: Kathy@kathyloperevents.com email: Gloria@kathyloperevents.com  Phone # 619-298-7400
 Fax # 619-298-7448

Or
County of San Diego, Permit Coordinator
Department of Public Works
5510 Overland Ave. Suite 410
San Diego, CA 92123
robert.fuller@sdcounty.ca.gov
858-694-3862





Tuesday, October 20, 2015

National Teen Driver Safety Week

October 18th through the 24th is National Teen Driver Safety Week. During this time, the Sheriff's Department encourages parents talk with their teenagers about how safe and responsible driving habits can save their lives and those of others.

One way a new teen driver can learn about the rules of the road is by taking part in the Sheriff's Start Smart program.

The FREE two-hour class is designed for new drivers and their parents/guardians to teach them about their responsibilities while behind the wheel.

Deputies will discuss the conditions of a provisional license, as well as Social Host rules in San Diego County. Students and parents will also watch graphic videos which vividly show the dangers of impaired and distracted driving.

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), car crashes are a leading cause of death for teenagers between the ages of 15 and 19-years-old.

Parents: make teen driving safety a priority. Encourage your teenagers to enrolls in the Start Smart program. For a list of classes near you, visit: www.sdsheriff.net/startsmart.

To learn more about Social Host rules in San Diego County, visit:www.sdsheriff.net/social-host.
Address/Location
San Diego County Sheriff's Department
9621 Ridgehaven Ct
San Diego, CA 92123

Thursday, October 15, 2015

Finding Rover

Often we get calls to pick up lost/found dogs.  Unfortunately because the dog has no chip or collar with a tag, we have to turn the animal over to the County Animal Services and the dog goes to doggy jail for a short time- or longer.  Here is an app that County Animal Services recommends (in addition to licensing  your dog and adding a chip).  It uses facial recognition for your dog.  You load it on your phone.

Check the link below!

Finding Rover

http://www.findingrover.com/