The Port of San Diego announced Tuesday that it secured more than $5 million in grant funding for the installation of a solar-powered microgrid at the Tenth Avenue Marine Terminal.
The Port of San Diego is where America’s Finest City greets the world, with 34 miles of coastline around San Diego Bay, spectacular views and experiences that will take your breath away.
It’s Maritime Month, which means a lot will be happening on the water as we head into summer.
Officials Monday touted a “first-of-its-kind” agreement between the Port of San Diego and U.S. Navy involving collaborative sea level rise monitoring and planning.
When I moved to San Diego from Los Angeles almost 15 years ago, I did so looking for a better quality of life. I was fed up with L.A.’s traffic, congestion, air quality and other negatives. Getting in and out of LAX was a particular hassle that increased my anxiety at the very thought of flying.
A widely followed annual quality of life dashboard released Thursday showed widespread improvement in San Diego, but pollution and traffic stand out as worsening problems.
General Dynamics-NASSCO said Friday its looking to hire 800 to 1,000 workers to help the San Diego shipyard build a lengthy list of huge Navy support ships and container vessels that are collectively worth more than $4 billion.
San Diego’s economic development is often seen in the light of the health of small business start-ups, research, or biotech industries. But there may be another major economic engine lying in plain sight. Some are calling it the blue economy.
An earthquake fault line under Seaport Village has led to a major rework of plans for what will likely become a San Diego landmark.
Plans for the nearly 40-year old shopping and recreation area include a 480-foot observation tower that, according to the San Diego Unified Port District, could make the city’s skyline more distinctive. Redevelopment will also include hotels, offices and an aquarium.