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Community participation is vital to the quality of life in San Diego. The links provided here will help you get involved in the decisions that affect your community and your life.

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The New San Diegan Resource Center is a resource for new San Diegans and their families. It is designed to provide links to reputable services and organizations in order to lend assistance to you in this transition period.

The City of San Diego’s Speakers Bureau is available to schools and community partnerships on a broad range of topics and areas of study.

San Diego's fire stations are open daily for tours and visitations on a prearranged and approved basis. Meet firefighters and see the equipment used to keep your neighborhoods safe.

Check the Environmental Services calendar for recycling and waste reduction events, programs and services for residents, businesses and the military.

The City's water conservation programs will help you save money on your water bill and conserve water, our most valuable resource.

With a valid library card number and PIN, you can access the Library Catalog and online subscription resources.

The Police Department recognizes a shared responsibility and connection between the police and the community in keeping San Diego a safe livable city.

Public Utilities works closely with communities to provide safe, reliable wastewater treatment services.

The Street Service Request Form allows citizens to make online requests for street-related repairs, including street light problems, potholes, and sidewalk damage.

See Community Planning Groups for a continuing series of meetings in various San Diego communities to discuss issues, projects and programs that impact the quality of life.

Excessive noise can be harmful to the health and welfare of citizens. The City's noise ordinance defines noise and regulates it by type, land-use zone, and time of day.