Tune Craft La Mesa is an auto repair shop and car care center located right on La Mesa Boulevard. This mechanic…More offers smog inspections, oil and filter changes, tune ups, transmission service, coolant flushes, clutch replacement, all major engine repairs, diagnostic services, brakes and air conditioning repair and service.
Tune Craft La Mesa has been serving the automotive repair needs of the city of La Mesa since 1977.
Fletcher Hills Financial 7837 la Mesa Blvd, La Mesa, CA91942 Fletcher Hills Financial serves the city of La Mesa. Please call for more information.
Tony Beck's Repair Shop 8838 la Mesa Blvd, La Mesa, CA91942 Tony Beck's Repair Shop is an auto repair and care center located in the community of La Mesa. It offers a full range of…More automobile maintenance, services and repairs, including brakes, oil changes, engine inspection and diagnostics, and tires. Tony Beck's has been serving the city of La Mesa since 1987.
La Mesa Village Apartments 7914 la Mesa Blvd, La Mesa, CA91942 La Mesa Village Apartments is a residential community with one-, two- and three-bedroom rentals in the city of La…More Mesa. Just minutes from the heart of downtown, the apartments offer convenience, as well as a host of amenities. A backyard for barbecues and picnics, two pools, a hot tub and private patios and balconies are provided to tenants. In addition to spacious floor plans, the apartments have carpeting and window treatments, walk-in closets and central air conditioning and heating.
Apollo Law Group 8355 la Mesa Blvd, La Mesa, CA91942 Apollo Law Group is a full-service legal practice serving the city of La Mesa and surrounding areas. The firm offers…More consultation and representation in a variety of areas including personal injury cases, product liability matters and medical malpractice issues. Call for more information or to schedule a consultation or appointment.
City of La Mesa Police Department 8181 Allison Ave, La Mesa, CA91942 The La Mesa Police Department is a full-service police department that services area residents. It offers a broad range…More of services including protection and crime solving. Call the number provided for more information, but be sure to call 911 in an emergency.
La Mesa was incorporated by 700-plus citizens on February 16, 1912, growing out of La Mesa Springs. Throughout 2011,…More the city and its La Mesa Centennial Committee will hold events as part of a yearlong countdown. The civic center on Allison Avenue, including La Mesa administrative offices, opened in 1958.
City offices now serve a population of about 57,000 residents in a nine-square-mile area between San Diego to the west, El Cajon to the east and Mt. Helix, Casa de Oro and Spring Valley to the south. Money from Proposition D bonds of 2004 provided a new police station, renovated fire station and new La Mesa branch library of the county system.
La Mesa is a general law city with a council-manager form of government. The five-member City Council, elected at large, decides policy, and the city manager carries out policy, with help from a 2010-2011 budget of $122.4 million.
As the gateway to East County, La Mesa is bisected by three major freeways and two trolley lines, and hosts five trolley stations. Most public schools are in the La Mesa-Spring Valley School District or the Grossmont Union High School District. The city manages 14 public parks, and shares some roles with the large Harry Griffen Park on the El Cajon border.
La Mesa's crime rate in 2009 was touted as being the lowest since 1967. The city's general plan—a blueprint for growth and development that governs everything from traffic and housing mixes to noise, safety and historic presevation—will be revised in 2011, with citizen feedback welcomed.
Revived after an 11-year absence from the business scene, this group of 300-plus members promotes many events in the…More area. Led by president and CEO Mary England, the chamber is active in Oktoberfest, the Friday farmers markets, the Miss La Mesa Fashion Show and other city traditions.
The chamber hosts quarterly breakfasts, puts on candidate forums and does ribbon-cuttings. It provides a searchable online database of members.
Tucked behind the historic Reverend Henry A. McKinney House on University Avenue before it becomes La Mesa Boulevard…More are the museum and archives of the La Mesa Historical Society. The Palermo Building houses this material.
The society is a nonprofit, volunteer-backed organization that uses no state or city funds. Its board of directors meets monthly, with a general membership meeting quarterly. The society hosts special events three or four times a year, including a Historic Homes Tour.
Officers also can be reached at P.O. Box 882, La Mesa CA 91944.