Happy New Year! Here’s the 2023 January Save-the-Date Short List of Pure Water Construction News, Events, Meetings & Much More

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👋  Hey University City; here’s a preview of this month’s community meetings:

These are public meetings and all are welcome to attend. For more University City News, visit: universitycitynews.org/


From UCCA president Diane Ahern: It’s hard to believe that another year has come and gone. At UCCA we’re looking forward to collaborating with friends and neighbors and our new City Councilmember Kent Lee. The Planning Department expects to complete the Community Plan Update in 2023. We’ve already had a preview of things to come with the Pure Water construction on Genesee in Clairemont; construction will start soon on Genesee in University City.

Yes, there’s a lot going on in University City. UCCA is here to help keep you informed through our websites, print newsletters, and public meetings. See below for the January 2023 Save the Date Short List.

But first, please support our local Community Association. This month, I urge you to join UCCA (if you haven’t already done so). Thank you if you have already joined or renewed for 2023. And if you haven’t yet, no worries. You can join today; information available at:  Join UCCA Today


Headline News:


Special Events and Programming: 

  • UC Garden Club on Saturday, January 7, at 2 PM. Katie Dunahoo will be hosting with Pieter Dorrestein returning as speaker as he discusses fruit tree pruning and grafting. We had such a huge interest in a follow-up from the event at his home, we asked Pieter to return. Pieter says this is the best time for fruit tree grafting. Please email Jemma Samala at jemmasamala@gmail.com if you would like to attend so that we get a fairly accurate count.
  • Humanity Showers at the North University Community Library: Ongoing through Saturday, January 23 – details at: https://sandiego.librarymarket.com/event/onview-humanity-showers-jordan-verdin-17
  • Crafts for Kids at the North University Community Library – Project-In-A-Box: Gyroscopic Top:  Saturday, January 28 at 2 p.m. STEAM program aimed at children in grades 6 to 12. Registration required at: https://sandiego.librarymarket.com/event/project-box-gyroscopic-top
  • Crafts for Adults at the North University Community Library – Soap Making: Saturday, January 28 at 11:30 am. Minimum age for participation is 13. Registration required at: https://sandiego.librarymarket.com/event/crafts-adults-soap-making

Community Group Meetings in January:


January Schedules begin at our Libraries, Parks, and Pools:


Pure Water Pipelines in University City

Pure Water Construction – University City Area


February Save the Date

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