Thanks for your support; you can renew your UCCA membership today


Join now for 2016Thanks for supporting UCCA. If you’ve already renewed your membership for 2016, thanks again. If you haven’t had a chance yet, you can renew your membership for 2016 easily:

– Online, through PayPal, at
– By completing and returning the membership envelope found in the November newsletter
– By filling out and returning the membership coupon, also in the November newsletter.

Your 2016 membership card and thank you gift will be mailed to you in December.

Here’s what’s New! and included in your 2016 membership:
* New! * An updated news feed at
* New! * City Council election candidate forum (Fall 2016) *
* New! * A 2016 magnetic calendar *

And, there’s more:
• 10 issues of University City Newsletter (soon to be celebrating 14 years of continuous publication!)
• Local community volunteer opportunities
• 10 Community Forum meetings at the Library on Governor (2nd Wednesday, 6 PM except for August and December)
• A personalized 2016 membership card
* New! in 2015 * Discounts at local businesses through the Buy Local with UCCA program when you show your membership card at participating local businesses (visit for details)
• An insulated shopper bag for those who join at the $100 level

Your UCCA membership dues make a big difference in University City:
• Membership dues help support our many worthwhile organizations such as public schools’ fundraising, Standley Park, ImagineUC 2020, EdUCate!, Neighborhood Watch, ImproveUC, and Buy Local
• Membership dues also help fund many special projects and activities such as transformer box art, December holiday tree lighting, street banners, summer concerts, 4th of July Celebration and median beautification

Do you have a suggestion to make University City more than a neighborhood? Your thoughts and ideas are always welcome; please leave us a message at 858-412-0786; or Contact Us at; and participate in monthly UCCA meetings.

The next UCCA meeting is Wednesday, November 18, at 4 PM, at the Library on Governor.

Note: If you have a news item to share, please submit your story through UCCA’s Contact Us link at  

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