Miramar

DEFENSE

Civil War-era soldier buried at San Diego national cemetery

A Civil War-era Medal of Honor recipient forgotten in an unmarked grave for nearly a century finally got a funeral Thursday when he was given full military honors and reburied at a national cemetery.

CONSTRUCTION

Plans for Carroll Canyon emerge

Large portions of Carroll Canyon’s rock producing properties are being transformed into mixed-use developments.

REAL ESTATE

Industrial condo on Arjons sold

The 5,004-square-foot industrial condominium in the Miramar submarket at 7706 Arjons Drive, San Diego 92126, has been sold for $835,000, cash.

REAL ESTATE

Activity Distribution Center sold

REAL ESTATE

Truck yard on Miramar in San Diego sold

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Visitor Information

When newspaperman E. W. Scripps bought the land now called Miramar around 1890, he was often criticized for developing in a desert so far from everything. Over the years, Scripps created an intricate road system to San Diego and Escondido and built his home in today's Scripps Ranch.  He called it Miramar after a famous palace in Trieste.  Today, Miramar rests firmly in the center of San Diego County and is home to a busy U.S.Marine Corps Air Station and a thriving commercial district.

MCAS Miramar was until fairly recently U.S. Naval Air Station Miramar well-known for its Top Gun school and the movie of the same name.  When the Navy moved the school to Nevada, the Marines moved their helicopters and jets from El Toro MCAS in Orange County. 

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Miramar Businesses

San Diego County Water Authority

4677 Overland Ave.
San Diego, CA
  • Construction
  • Construction Consultants
  • Consultants - Environmental
  • Water Companies - Utilities
  • Water Developers
  • Water Districts
  • Water Intrusion

Patrick Melese DVM, MA, DACVB

5040 Convoy St., Ste. B
San Diego, CA
  • Animal Behavior Expert
  • Animal Welfare
  • Veterinary Medicine
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Movie Theaters

10733 Westview Parkway
San Diego, CA, 92126

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

Upcoming Events

Arts

Macro Views, Micro Wonders Artwork and Installation by Cathy Breslaw

Cathy Breslaw creates fantasy landscapes out of industrial mesh, paint, plaster and vinyl fabric. Her artwork revolves around an interest in space and light but it is also very much connected to life, ecology and nature—reminding us of the fragility of our surroundings. Her visual inventions incorporate the myriad points of a constellation, a macro view towards the universe or zoom in to capture a minute detail. The process of transforming this scientific perspective into sensual revelations is evident in the San Diego Mesa College exhibit Macro View, Micro Wonders. Visit the artist’s website: www.cathybreslaw.com.
Construction8:00a

Forklift Operator Training

OSHA requires training for anyone who operates a powered industrial truck, including a lift truck. This comprehensive program is designed to help you meet and exceed the latest regulations and standards. This training encourages participants to take an active role by observing and discussing recommended safety practices. Applicable to all of your employees regardless of experience level, the program covers all areas of safe operation and maintenance, including operating principles, safety rules, recordkeeping, maintenance, material handling and regulations. In addition, a special bonus section addresses pedestrian safety procedures for employees who work around lift trucks. Participants must successfully pass a written exam and skills test to receive a certificate a completion. (Standard sit-down lift used for skills test)
Real Estate12:30p

Commercial Series-How to Work in Teams

Attend these series of lectures presented by the Commercial Real Estate Alliance of San Diego and taught by VInce Provenzano of Pacific Coast Commercial and Mike Lipsey, internationally renowned commercial lecturer.
Arts

Macro Views, Micro Wonders Artwork and Installation by Cathy Breslaw

Cathy Breslaw creates fantasy landscapes out of industrial mesh, paint, plaster and vinyl fabric. Her artwork revolves around an interest in space and light but it is also very much connected to life, ecology and nature—reminding us of the fragility of our surroundings. Her visual inventions incorporate the myriad points of a constellation, a macro view towards the universe or zoom in to capture a minute detail. The process of transforming this scientific perspective into sensual revelations is evident in the San Diego Mesa College exhibit Macro View, Micro Wonders. Visit the artist’s website: www.cathybreslaw.com.
Arts

Macro Views, Micro Wonders Artwork and Installation by Cathy Breslaw

Cathy Breslaw creates fantasy landscapes out of industrial mesh, paint, plaster and vinyl fabric. Her artwork revolves around an interest in space and light but it is also very much connected to life, ecology and nature—reminding us of the fragility of our surroundings. Her visual inventions incorporate the myriad points of a constellation, a macro view towards the universe or zoom in to capture a minute detail. The process of transforming this scientific perspective into sensual revelations is evident in the San Diego Mesa College exhibit Macro View, Micro Wonders. Visit the artist’s website: www.cathybreslaw.com.
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