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Parent Voices is a statewide organization by parents for quality, affordable child care for all families.  They will be sharing this year's successes, future plans & a fundraiser in March.

Mayor Faulconer, Councilmember Scott Sherman & Councilmember Lorie Zapf dedicated the new LV Skate Park on Jan 16th at the LV Recreation Center with a crowd of residents and skateboarders to celebrate a major addition to our community

The Parade of Flags will be along Linda Vista Rd for President's Day on Monday, Feb. 19th

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  • 2018 Town Council Board Members
  • Access, Inc. celebrates its golden anniversary, a non-profit organization based in Linda Vista since 1967
  • Existing Fine Arts Building Being Completely Being Refurbished by end of 2018
  • LV Library Celebrates 50 yrs & 30Yrs in this Building
  • Montgomery School Park in Public Use after School is Over
  • LV Skate Park is AMAZING1


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  • Vietnamese New Year Celebration MARCH 10th
  • Taste of Morena on April 11th
  • Mesa College Hosts 2018 Canyon Day on Sat. April 14th
  • LV Multi-Cultural Fair April 28th
  • Farmer's Market every Thursday afternoon (2-6PM) in Linda Vista Shopping Plaza

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LV SkatePark Opens on Jan 16th

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Councilman Scott Sherman & Mayor Faulconer dedicate the opening of theLV SkatePark
We now have a world-class skateboarding facility in our community and we expect that visitors will come to enjoy the park.

"Old" Bayside Center Taken Down

Bayside Community Center had used a previous building at 2202 Comstock St for ~60 years.  Bayside sold its property to Thrive Public School.  The old building was taken down recently to make room for a new school facility that will be available for the next school year opening in 2018 for ~500 K-8th grade students.
     Bayside moved to this brick building developed for Linda Vista's 1st permanent post office.  Bayside continues to operate its programs and provide services at 6882 Linda Vista Rd.

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