February 15th, 2014 - 9:30 pm § in News

Changes Coming to Creekside Marketplace

Several changes are coming to Creekside Marketplace, the city-owned shopping center at San Marcos Boulevard and Interstate 78. The City of San Marcos is seeking to re-lease the space formerly occupied by Lowes, a new entrance is under construction, and a newly approved project will create an additio[...]

January 20th, 2014 - 9:31 pm § in News

Council Approves New Transit-Oriented Development

Last month, the City Council approved the Davia Village Specific Plan, a mixed-use development on Amorlite Drive. The project is adjacent the Sprinter Station, Palomar College and the Palomar Station project that is currently under construction. The project is another piece of what is becoming the f[...]

June 26th, 2013 - 10:46 pm § in News

Council Approves Balanced Budget

The City Council approved a balanced budget for the City of San Marcos, continuing to maintain a strong reserve and make an initial investment in assuring the strength of the city’s infrastructure. This year’s budget saw slight increases in revenues as the economic recovery is beginning to be fe[...]

May 17th, 2013 - 6:16 pm § in News

Green is Good

The City Council received a presentation this week about trees. That’s right, trees. The city staff recently completed an inventory of all the trees in our parks, public right-of-ways, and on other city-owned land. It turns out that San Marcos has more than 27,600 trees on its land. The estimated [...]

April 24th, 2013 - 9:14 pm § in News

Palomar Station Project Marks Groundbreaking

The Palomar Station project at the corner of Las Posas Road and Armorlite Drive marked its groundbreaking today. Work on the $100 million project, which was first approved by the City Council in 2007, started last month. The economy, environmental approvals and a variety of other challenges have nee[...]

April 17th, 2013 - 9:06 pm § in News

Graduation Rates Soar at San Marcos Unified School District

San Marcos Unified School District (SMUSD) was recently ranked among the highest in San Diego County for graduation rates – second only to the Coronado School District (by less than one half of one percent.) These impressive results speak to the hard work and dedication of students, educators and [...]