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Find here a variety of on-line resources to assist you in finding the information you need. Or, simply email

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Citizen Services Directory

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 Citizens' Assistance City Information Center staff provides direct assistance to the public.

The Police Department's 24-hour number for non-emergency calls and general information is (619) 531-2000. (You can use (858) 484-3154 from Carmel Valley, Rancho Bernardo, Rancho Penasquitos, and San Pasqual.)

Activities of the Cable TV Office include cable company customer service monitoring, basic service tier rate regulation, and the promotion of competition among video service providers.

The City of San Diego is joining a variety of national, state and local organizations to educate the public about preparing for emergencies.

SanGIS is a joint powers agency of the City and County of San Diego, responsible for maintenance of and access to regional geographic databases with interactive maps and an on-line store.

The City of San Diego's 9-1-1 emergency system is one of the most innovative in the country and provides citizens with quick and effective response.

Your Residential Services is a mapping application that provides information on various services in your neighborhood, including parks, libraries, police facilities, recreation centers, capital improvement projects, and your council district.

Live webcast of the City's public access channel, City TV, includes live City Council meetings, Planning Commission Meetings, and other programming. The City Council Docket is available online.

The City of San Diego maintains a Calendar of Special Events detailing community events scheduled to occur on public property.