The College Area Community Council (CACC) is an organization that works to improve the quality of life and enhance community pride for the College Area. The CACC membership consists of homeowners, property owners, business owners, and renters in the College Area. Our twenty-member Executive Board is elected from the community to also serve as the College Area Community Planning Board (CACPB). The CACPB is chartered by the City of San Diego to review and make recommendations on planning, zoning, and other city issues affecting the College Area. The College Area boundaries are Interstate 8 on the north, El Cajon Blvd. on the south, the border with the City of La Mesa on the east, and Collwood Blvd. and Fairmont Avenue on the west.
The mailing address is P.O. Box 15723, San Diego, CA 92175.
A membership form can be downloaded from the CACC website.
Members receive a monthly newsletter and a meeting agenda.
The San Diego Mediation Center, a division of the National Conflict Resolution Center, has a Community Mediation Program that provides low and no cost mediation service to assist in resolving neighbor disputes. Services are generally provided within 14 days of initiation and over 80 percent of the community mediations end with a voluntary agreement between the parties to the dispute that totally resolves the issues.
Phone (619) 238-2400.
San Diego Mediation Center
For certain misdemeanor quality-of-life crimes such as noise violations, offenders can avoid a criminal record by agreeing to have their case handled by the Mid-City Community Court. If they agree to participate, offenders are sanctioned by the Community Court Sanctioning Panel, which is composed of a deputy city attorney, case manager and two-four trained community members. Offenders are ordered to perform community service, attend rehabilitative and educational programs, and pay fines and administrative fees. If offenders comply and remain law-abiding for one year, they avoid having charges filed against them. For more information, contact the Mid-City Community Court Coordinator in the Office of the City Attorney, Neighborhood Prosecution Unit. Phone:(619) 533-5500.
(619) 525 8522