Please note: Our 2021 membership drive officially kicks off on September 1, 2020. You are welcome to join UCCA throughout the year. We appreciate your membership and support.
Please note that due to COVID-19 restrictions, many local events have been postponed or canceled. UCCA continues to publish a print newsletter, host public meetings (via Zoom), and provides news and information to community residents through its emails lists, website and social media. In 2020, UCCA has also provided contributions to UCHS for its graduation event and to EdUCate to support the five University City public schools.
Thanks for your interest in joining University City Community Association. Your UCCA membership contribution makes a big difference in our community. These funds help support our many worthwhile organizations, (i.e. public schools’ fundraising, events at Standley Park, EdUCate, Neighborhood Watch, UCCF, Library Friends … and many more) as well as many special projects and activities such as Buy Local, median beautification, painted utility boxes and street banners, 4th of July UC Celebration, summer concerts, December Christmas Tree and Hanukkah Menorah Lighting, and our monthly newsletter delivered to your south UC home and/or business, libraries and recreation centers. Download the 2021 membership form at UCCA-Membership-Application-Coupon-2021
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Donate to UCCA: Click on the Donate button and you choose your level of support and direct your donation to a particular focus area.
Pay online through PayPal or fill out the membership form UCCA Membership Application Coupon 2020 and send a check to:
University City Community Association (UCCA)
3298 Governor Drive, #22574
San Diego, CA 92122
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University City Community Association (UCCA) is a non-profit (501c4) organization funded through membership dues which provides and promotes civic, cultural, social, educational and recreational development and improvement in University City (a neighborhood of San Diego, CA); and provides a forum where the interests of the residents may be expressed and contributions made to the protection of life and property in the community. UCCA is the source for University City News. Visit UCCA’s About Us page to review UCCA’s Bylaws.
UCCA meets on the second Wednesday, 6-8 PM, at the Community Library on Governor, except in August and December. All are welcome. We start networking at 5:30 as we begin our setup. Please join us.