Grantville

Visitor Information

Grantville is one of San Diego's, and the state's, oldest neighborhoods. The area was settled originally when the Spanish padres moved the Mission San Diego de Alcala up into Mission Valley away from the Presidio. The Mission was restored after long neglect in the 1930s and is now an active parish church as well as a well-known tourist attraction.  The Mission museum showcases relics and artifacts of the early California period.

The quiet community of about 4,000 was named Grantville in the 19th century so that it would appeal to Civil War veterans.  Located at the upper end of Mission Valley the area is pedestrian close to Qualcomm Stadium site of the Charger's games and other events. The neighborhood is also home to Kaiser Permanente Hospital and is the gateway to the Mission Trails Regional Park, the largest urban park in the country.

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Grantville Businesses

Brierton Jones & Jones

1550 Hotel Circle N, Ste. 300
San Diego, CA
  • Estate Planning
  • Litigation Support

Northrop Grumman Corp

1843 Hotel Cir. South, Ste. 200
San Diego, CA
  • Defense Contractors
  • Information Technology
  • Ship Builders & Repairs
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Movie Theaters

7037 Friars Rd.
San Diego, CA, 92108
1640 Camino Del Rio North
San Diego, CA, 92108
7510 Hazard Center Dr. #100
San Diego, CA, 92108

To find a movie theater outside this area, check the Source Movie Section.

Upcoming Events

Get Connected! Technology Fair for 50+

Sat, Nov 1
10:00am 3:00pm
Macy's Dept. Store Mission VAlley
San Diego
Bring your desire to learn more about technology. Enjoy brief Tech Talks and one-on-one expert sessions on such topics as: Facebook and Other Social Networking Online Precautions Enjoy Skype Everything Google, including Google Glass What to Do with Your Digital Photos Learn About Various Online Services AND MUCH MORE. RSVP required.

Know No Limits

Thu, Nov 6
11:00am
Sheraton Hotel Mission Valley
San Diego
How Someone's Unsafe Act Can Change Your Life, speaker, Oz Sanchez. Registration is required.

November Dinner Meeting – “Beyond LEED”

Tue, Nov 11
5:30pm 8:00pm
Riverwalk Golf Club
San Diego
This month’s special guest speaker will be Katrina Rosa, from the EcoLogic Studio. She will give a brief discussion of the new USGBC LEED v4 Rating Systems, which launched last November and will be the only option beginning in June 2015. She will talk about other current third party certifying sustainability programs. A question and answer session will be encouraged to create opportunities for participants to develop their own internal sustainability goals as well as develop their own recommendations for project sustainability goals with their clients, with or without LEED.

Be The Hope Luncheon

Wed, Nov 12
11:30am 1:00pm
Crowne Plaza
San Diego
Please join us in honoring Keith Jones and Ace Parking for their extraordinary commitment to improving lives in San Diego by providing employment opportunities to people with behavioral health disorders. The Be the Hope Luncheon supports Mental Health Systems as we improve the lives of individuals, families and communities impacted by substance abuse and behavioral health challenges. RSVP by Nov. 5th.
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