Wednesday, June 17, 2015

A great year for the Rolando Park Community Council

How exciting is this?  The fencing for the Zena Canyon opening is going up today.  Thanks to Councilmember Myrtle Cole's office for their support on this project.

Hurrah for Rolando Park Community Council.  This has been a banner year, with the super successful Neighborhood Watch sign drive (thanks to the motivated neighbors who made that happen) the new Stop Signs (again thanks to all the supportive neighbors) and now the fencing at Zena Canyon.  Who knows what exciting thing will happen next?

Thursday, June 11, 2015

Rolando Park Community Council Needs YOU!

We are seeking candidates for the RPCC 2016 Board.  The slate of candidates will be announced in October and elections will take place in November with the board beginning work in January of 2016.

At this time we are looking for a President, Vice President and Secretary.  We may also have one or two Member at Large positions.

Several old board members are staying on but shifting positions.

Plenty of help is available.

Interested persons can message Gerrie Flaven on Nextdoor or email us at

This is your chance to get involved in your neighborhood.

Monday, June 8, 2015

Rolando Park Community Council meets Monday June 8, 7 PM at Rolando Park Elementary School

The scheduled speakers will address drought tolerant gardening - something anyone with a home and yard needs information on given the California drought situation. 

A plant exchange will take place at the close of the meeting. You may bring plants or cuttings to share and take away new plants contributed by your neighbors. 

This is the last RPCC meeting until September.

Monday, April 6, 2015

Join us for Jazz on Saturday April 11 at 1:30 PM at Rolando Park Elementary School 6620 Marlowe Drive

This meeting is in lieu of our regular Monday night meeting in April.  1:30 mix and mingle with refreshments - your chance to sign up to sponsor a Neighborhood Watch sign, or help to mount a sign, vote yes or no on sponsoring the Clean Elections Initiative, or pay your member dues.

2:00 the Jazz Quartet will perform - Jazz an American Art form.  This program is made possible by Young Audiences, KSDS Jazz 88.3 and a grant from the Ariel W. Coggeshall Discretionary Fund of The San Diego Foundation.

2:45 introductions of official guests, such as Jimmie Slack of Myrtle Cole's office or Officer Terrry Hoskins of the SDPD.

3:00  Treasurer's Report and Announcements regarding the Website, University Avenue Improvement Group and the Zena Canyon Clean Up.

3:30 Adjourn

Sunday, March 15, 2015

New Neighborhood Watch Signs are Going up in Rolando Park

Thanks to Paige and ShawnaMarie for getting things going.  Thanks to Audrey Ledesma for the time put in researching locations.  Thanks to Heather and Fred for joining in.  Thanks to all the neighbors who contributed funds and/or labor toward changing out old signs and adding new signs.  Thanks to Sonia, Lynn and Laura of the RPCC board for working on this project.