Chula Vista Bayfront News

The Star-News Chula Vista

Robert Moreno

Public Sees Plans for Chula Vista Bayfront

Chula Vistans recently received a glimpse of what a future 550-acre bayfront will look like when project renderings were unveiled at a public meeting.

The Chula Vista Chamber of Commerce hosted a bayfront forum last week to give the public a peek into the bayfront’s future and how it will look under the Chula Vista Bayfront Master Plan.

The plan is for the city and Port of San Diego to “create the largest waterfront development opportunity on the West Coast” with about 60,000 square feet of restaurant, retail and marina support uses; 200,000 square feet of mixed-use commercial recreation/marine-related office uses; and a 1,100- to 3,000-space parking garage. The master plan is meant to transform the Chula Vista waterfront into a world-class destination for residents and visitors through a convention center, park, open space, recreation and cultural areas.

Chula Vista Public Safety News

Measure A 1/2 Cent Sales Tax Dollars Being Put to Use

Chula Vista Business News

Chula Vista modifies process for planning, zoning

July 24, 2017

Allison Sampite-Montecalvo, Reporter

For developers looking to build new projects in Chula Vista, there is now a more streamlined process that city says benefits businesses as well as the city.  

Chula Vista Education News

First School Named After Local Japanese American Farmer Opens in Chula Vista
First School Named After Local Japanese American Farmer Opens in Chula Vista

July 19, 2017

Cassia Pollock and

Liberty Zabala

More than 500 students are starting classes at the one-of-a-kind school in San Diego County. The first school in San Diego County named after a local Japanese American farmer opened in Chula Vista Wednesday. Hundreds of students started classes at the new Saburo Muraoka Elementary School. 

Arts, Entertainment, and Dining in Northwest Chula Vista

Something Wicked This Way Comes... Villains in the Village

October 20, 2018


Historic Downtown 

Third Avenue, Chula Vista

Stroll the treelined streets of Third Avenue Village on October 20th, from 4-9pm, in costume (if you dare!)… Join over 20 nefarious characters and uncanny activities hosted by the Third Avenue Village Association... thrill seekers of all ages will be tricked and tormented...

Chula Vistans

Giving Back

Facebook Series with Mike Rowe: Returning the Favor

Season 1, Episode 5: Loving You Through It

Television's Mike Rowe visits Snooky Rico, the owner of Rico's On Third salon in historic downtown Chula Vista, shares a heart-warming story of one of Chula Vista's finest - Snooky Rico - and her family, and how they give back by helping women going through the ordeal of breast cancer therapy by making them feel beautiful again.  Rico's on Third, 279 3rd Avenue, Chula Vista.

This is why we LOVE Chula Vista

Got a minute to spare for an incredibly worthy cause? Please follow this link and “like” to help Chula Vista High School win a $15,000 grant. This garden is transformative and has a profound effect on student success and community spirit in Chula Vista!

And, as long as you're reading this, GOD BLESS CVHS alumnus, teacher, and founder of the CVHS garden, MARIA GALLEHER, an inspiration for us all!

© Jill Galvez for Chula Vista City Council District 2 2018   FPPC ID 1397574

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