Save the Date June 2023: Here’s the June Short List For University City community Events and Meetings


Update June 12, 2023: Hello University City neighbor, there’s a lot going on in University City so I’ll keep this short and simple. All listed events are open to the public. UCCA will be there and I hope you will be too. 😀

From UCCA’s President Diane Ahern: Hello University City. It’s June already! The PDF version of the June University City News newsletter is available today; the print newsletter will be available this weekend at our Libraries and Recreation Centers. Home delivery for those who are served by our UCCA volunteers begins this weekend. 

June 2023 University City News

What’s your focus this month? My focus continues to be to help keep our community informed with news and events related to University City. UCCA’s volunteers and contributors help me do that through UCCA’s University City News print newsletter, website and social media, community outreach, event support, and public meetings. Of course, we encourage community participation in the Community Plan Update process and we urge you to attend meetings and submit suggestions to the planning department.

Please take the time to read articles from our community contributors including the planning group, CPUS, the police and fire departments, planning department and many more in the June newsletter.

Yes, there’s a lot going on in University City. Scroll down for the June 2023 Save the Date Short List and take a look at our June print newsletter for all the details. But first, please keep in mind that while many other publications and websites charge a fee to read articles and print news, UCCA’s University City News remains free as a University City community resource for all. If you can join UCCA or make a donation to help us stay in print, please do so at:

Community Meetings:

  • Planning Commission – Thursday, June 1, 9 AM: ITEM 1: HOUSING ACTION PACKAGE 2.0. The Housing Action Package 2.0 includes regulations to implement the requirements of Senate Bill 10 (SB 10), which would allow for up to ten homes per lot in Sustainable Development Areas. The Housing Action Package 2.0 also includes amendments to the Land Development Code to implement state law to allow the construction of more new homes near transit, provide protections to existing residents and increase the supply of land available for new home development. The agenda, including instructions on attending by Zoom and for making a public comment for the June 1, 2023, meeting is available at:
  • UCPG Planning Group – Tuesday, June 13, 6 PM: In-person for UCPG board members; Zoom webinar option for community members. For the details, please refer to the article from UCPG Chair Chris Nielsen in the print newsletter. When available, the UCPG agenda and meeting information will be posted at:
  • UCCA Community Association – Wednesday, June 14, 6 PM: UCCA will meet via Zoom in June. Our special guest presentations will include Sarah Bowles and the Pure Water Construction Team. When available, the UCCA agenda will be posted at:
  • CPUS Community Plan Update Subcommittee – Tuesday, June 20, 5:30 PM, at the Nobel Recreation Center: When available, the CPUS agenda and meeting information will be posted at:
  • UC CELEBRATION 4th of JULY COMMITTEE (UCCC) — Wednesday, June 21, 6 PM – Standley Park Rec Center. Contact Randall Tonini at
  • STANDLEY PARK COMMUNITY REC GROUP (CRG) — Thursday, June 22, 7 PM at Standley Park: Information at:
  • County Supervisor Terra Lawson-Remer Meet & Greet, Monday, June 26, 6:15 PM at Nobel Recreation Center: refer to print newsletter available at:

Special Events (Please note that many of these special events are not sponsored by UCCA and are included in this list as a community courtesy.)

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

Ongoing Events and Training, City of San Diego:

In Case We Missed It:


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➡️Please note: Information and advertising items included for publication in our print newsletter or on our websites or shared at our community meetings do not constitute an endorsement by the University City Community Association (UCCA) organization or its board members.⬅️

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