March 2019 Newsletter is now Online! What’s your choice … PDF, print, podcast or Flip-book?


What’s going on in University City? Read the PDF or print versions, or listen to the podcast or page through the Flip-book versions of the March newsletter. This month’s cover story spotlights the UC Del Sol softball league’s opening day festivities with the San Diego Chicken.  Inside is full of local news including UCPG candidate statements, neighborhood watch crime prevention tips, City Council and District 1 updates, library programming for all ages, a suicide prevention workshop, a blood drive and a food drive, recreation center updates, Curie’s Party with a Purpose, Scouting and BizTown news, free trees and garden club, Mid-Coast Trolley news and Miramar concerns, construction updates, membership and new Buy Local businesses, slurry seal streets; and of course, our advertisers who help to make the newsletter possible through their support and advertising dollars.

Due to the rain and wind predicted this weekend, home delivery this month may be delayed.

  • Print versions of the March newsletter are currently available at the Standley Park Recreation Center and the University Community Library, both on Governor Drive. Print copies will be delivered to homes in south University City this weekend and to select locations, including the library and recreation centers, in University City north of Rose Canyon.
  • PDF version of March Newsletter available online at
  • Podcast “UC Talks” version of March Newsletter available at
  • Flip-book version available at 

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