Poway is a city nestled in the diverse and intriguing San Diego County. It is also nearby other urban California towns like Del Mar. Residents have cultivated an admiration for nature in special ways as the district has organizations like the Blue Sky Ecological Reserve and various parks for locals to explore.
The city was established in December of 1980 as a completely operable, general law municipality under a Council Manager form of government. With a populace of just under 49,000, it stands on its own as a sui generis community in San Diego County. Dubbed as “The City in the Country” and located just northeast of San Diego County, the municipality prides itself on the verity that more than half of the town’s 39.4 square-mile area is preserved as a committed open space.
There are a number of options for housing, an exceptional school district, a flourishing business park with more than 19,000 positions, a wide range of shopping and dining opportunities, stunning parks, over 55 miles of trails, plenty of annual community events, and much more. It’s simply a great place to live, work, and play! In fact, the city has a high standard of living and is characterized as an upper middle-class community.
During the year, there are abundant family themed celebrations such as the Train Song Festival, Old-Fashioned 4th of July, Youth Fishing Derby, and Christmas in-the Park. Popular leisure amenities include Kumeyaay Ipai Interpretive Center, Goodan Ranch, and Community Park to name a few.
The city is located a few miles east of Interstate 15 and just west of Highway 67. The San Diego International Airport is 24 miles south of the city. The Metropolitan Transit System provides public transportation including several commuter routes including an intra city path.
The town is served by the Poway Unified School District surrounding 100 square miles. Eleven schools are located in the district counting seven elementary schools, two middle schools, and two high schools. The district serves roughly 33,000 students and is the third largest school district in the county. Additional educational programs are offered as well such as before and after school programs, preschools, and adult schools. In addition, there are numerous universities and colleges throughout the region.
Inhabitants are in close proximity to the main metropolitan amenities provided by its neighbor such as Sea World, the World Famous San Diego Zoo, museums, theater, and professional sporting events. Moreover, San Diego County is known as one of the most varied counties in the country with mountains, deserts, beaches, and more.
According to Outlook Magazine, the city is ranked number six in California for locating a business. It maintains its business acumen with an up to date business park, a 700-acre compound that encircles the city’s major commercial area. Poway is simply an ideal setting for those who love a family friendly ambiance and simple living.
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