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Duffett Construction
9501 Ridgecrest Dr, La Mesa, CA 91941
Duffett Construction is a licensed general contracting company located in Mount Helix. This company specializes inMore residential renovations and remodeling projects. Call for additional information or to discuss a project.
Solid Structures
7484 University Ave Ste 340, La Mesa, CA 91942
Solid Structures is a construction company in LaMesa that specializes in commercial property construction andMore renovations. More information is available by calling the office.
La Mesa Church of Christ
5150 Jackson Dr, La Mesa, CA 91941

This La Mesa institution is a center for worship and religious education, with a sizable library. The churchMore sanctuary seats a couple of hundred congregants on folding chairs; renovations are in progress for the interior.

The associated middle school is open for enrollment as well.

S. C. Wright Construction
7051 Alvarado Rd, La Mesa, CA 91941
S. C. Wright Construction  is a construction company in La Mesa.  It specializes in new residential propertyMore construction as well as residential remodeling, among other services.  In addition, it also does commercial construction and renovation projects for small to mid-sized businesses.  More information is available on its website or by calling its office. 
Celebrity Tan
7995 la Mesa Blvd, La Mesa, CA 91942
Celebrity Tan is a tanning salon located right on La Mesa Boulevard. This newly renovated salon offers monthly specialsMore for members and affordable products for regular tanners. In addition, Celebrity Tan carries several lines of accessories and women's clothing.
Foothills Preschool
4031 Avocado Blvd, La Mesa, CA 91941

Since 1969, the Foothills Preschool has been serving the Mount Helix community. Under the leadership of Director RuthMore Phillips, who has been at Foothills for 27 years, the school strives to create a nurturing environment, with a committed, caring staff. The preschool was remodeled and renovated three years ago to be completely ADA compliant. It is located on the same property as Foothills United Methodist Church, and has a large outdoor area with slides, playground equipment and other toys.

 

City of La Mesa
8130 Allison Ave, La Mesa, CA 91942

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.

Spring Valley-East Communities Center
3845 Spring Dr, Spring Valley, CA 91977

In 2009, when the La Mesa-Spring Valley School District made the tough decision to close down Spring ValleyMore Elementary School due to declining enrollment, much thought was given to what to do with the facility. Thanks to some ambitious social groups in Spring Valley, along with San Diego Youth Services, the decision was made to lease the buildings out and form a community center that would be the heartbeat of improving the quality of life for those in Spring Valley and other areas of East County.

The 26,000-square-foot classroom space is leased out by San Diego Youth Services to a variety of different tenants, including: The Fred Finch Youth Center, Head Start, San Diego Youth Services, the LM-SV School District, Spring Valley Community Church, Family Health Centers of San Diego and Child Development Associates. Each tenant provides much needed social services and community care for the residents of Spring Valley and other East County communities.

In addition, the renovation of the campus within the last year has included a community garden, route: {:controller=>"articles", :action=>"show", :id=>"grant-will-help-spring-valley-community-garden-lay-down-roots-in-community"} -->, a new Kaboom! playground and walking trail and