September C-3 Breakfast Dialogue ~ Small City, Big Ideas: How National City is Steering its Development and Growth

  • Thursday, September 27, 2018
  • 7:00 AM - 9:00 AM
  • Balboa Park ~ The Loggia Room in the House of Hospitality ~ Above The Prado Restaurant

Registration

  • Sponsors of the monthly Breakfast Dialogue
  • C-3 Non member

Registration is closed



       


Small City, Big Ideas: How National City is Steering its Development and Growth


National City is one of the smallest cities in the San Diego region, but it is not afraid to think big. In recent years, city leaders have actively worked to revitalize the city's downtown pouring in millions of dollars in state and local funding to build new housing, improve walkability and bikeability, phase out toxic businesses near schools and home, and generate and grow a community arts program. As economic development happens, the city is mindful of controlling gentrification. 


Join us in September to learn how National City's efforts to kick start development serve as a model for other larger cities in our region.


Moderator


Former Chair, National City Planning Commission

Panel


Economic Development Specialist, City of National City


Assistant Professor, New School of Architecture


Sandy Naranjo


National City Policy Advocate, Environmental Health Coalition




2018 Breakfast Dialogue 

Sustainability Partner: 



       


Small City, Big Ideas: How National City is Steering its Development and Growth


National City is one of the smallest cities in the San Diego region, but it is not afraid to think big. In recent years, city leaders have actively worked to revitalize the city's downtown pouring in millions of dollars in state and local funding to build new housing, improve walkability and bikeability, phase out toxic businesses near schools and home, and generate and grow a community arts program. As economic development happens, the city is mindful of controlling gentrification. 


Join us in September to learn how National City's efforts to kick start development serve as a model for other larger cities in our region.


Moderator


Former Chair, National City Planning Commission

Panel


Economic Development Specialist, City of National City


Assistant Professor, New School of Architecture


Sandy Naranjo


National City Policy Advocate, Environmental Health Coalition




2018 Breakfast Dialogue 

Sustainability Partner: 

 

MAIL TO: 

2127 Olympic Parkway, Suite 1006

PMB #273

Chula Vista, CA 91915


858.633.3860

C3sandiego@sbcglobal.net


Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software