Shown above is the Cedros Design District of Solana Beach
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Over 13,000 residents call this 4 square mile beach community their home. The Pacific Ocean is to the west; the City of Encinitas to the north, and the City of Del Mar to the south. The unincorporated village of Rancho Santa Fe is located on the east side. Property values in this upscale community have appreciated significantly since incorporation. The business community has equally enjoyed the prosperity of a healthy economy. Solana Beach is the home for many artisans, high-tech businesses, and professionals.
The elementary school district is composed of five elementary schools, two of which are within the City limits. The middle school is under the administration of the San Dieguito Union High School district. High school students in the area attend Torrey Pines High School located to the southeast of Solana Beach. Additionally, there are several private and parochial schools in Solana Beach.
The City has two community centers, Fletcher Cove and La Colonia. The Community Center at La Colonia was dedicated on May 5, 1991. Program activities include adult education classes and a meeting place for numerous community groups. In November 1996, a community storefront office for the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department was instituted at the center in La Colonia Park.
In 1995 the Santa Fe train station was moved from Del Mar to the new station at Solana Beach. Also, in 1999 the North County Transit District, operator of the “Coaster” commuter train, and the City of Solana Beach completed a multi-million project to lower the train tracks below grade level under Lomas Santa Fe Drive.
The South Cedros area of the City has been developed as an upscale design district that attracts many artisans, decorators, and antique dealers. The area continues to be a focal point for the City.
Information provided courtesy of the Solana Beach Civic & Historical Society
Solana Beach Links:
City of Solana Beach
Parks and Recreation
Solana Beach Chamber of Commerce
Solana Beach Unified School District
Torrey Pines Highschool
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