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Escondido is located just north of San Diego in southern California. The city's name means "hidden" or "secret" in Spanish and was named so because it sits in a shallow valley that is surrounded by rocky hills. Today Escondido is primarily a residential community, but it was once an agricultural center. Initially farmers grew muscat grapes. After the construction of the dam that formed Lake Wohlford, olives and walnuts were grown, and oranges and lemons were densely planted. Avocados had become Escondido's largest crop by the 1960s.

Population: 133559
Local Newspapers: The San Diego Union-Tribune
Local Sports Teams: San Diego Chargers San Diego Padres San Diego Gulls
Local Colleges: Palomar College

Zip Codes associated with escondido, california: 92025 92026 92027 92029
Towns/Cities near escondido, california : San Marcos Hidden Meadows Valley Center Poway Vista

Escondido News
North County holiday traditions focus on gifts of good healthOctober 20, 2017

Sustainable Santa, Peri-the-Scarecrow and Jimmy Ukegawa promote kids' exploration and creativity at the Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze held each year at the Carlsbad Strawberry Fields. Courtesy photo The Real Santas United to end Childhood Obesity are taking aim at not only promoting a "healthy Christmas season," but they're taking on the excessive sugar tsunami that takes place on Halloween, says Sustainable Santa, the Carlsbad-based leader of the group which has now expanded statewide.

DA Stephan deems three officer-involved shootings legally justified

San Diego Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman briefs news reporters at the corner of Golden Haven Drive and Judicial on April 20, 2017, after reports of a gunman shooting seven victims at a complex in University City. San Diego Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman briefs news reporters at the corner of Golden Haven Drive and Judicial on April 20, 2017, after reports of a gunman shooting seven victims at a complex in University City.

Tax-exempt financing OK'd for care facility renovationsOctober 20, 2017

The California Enterprise Development Authority will be providing tax-exempt financing to Affordable Housing Initiative, Inc., for the acquisition and renovation of the Oak Hill Residential Care facilities in Escondido. A 4-0 San Diego County Board of Supervisors vote Oct. 10 authorized the California Enterprise Development Authority to issue up to $20 million of revenue obligations.

Santa Ysabel shaken by small earthquakeOctober 17, 2017

A magnitude 3.2 earthquake rattled the rural town of Santa Ysabel early today and "scared the hell" out of an employee at the 24-hour gas station in town. "It shook the whole building," said Suzy Loux, who was working at the Ramco Petroleum station and mini-mart when the earthquake struck at 5:05 a.m. The quake had a preliminary depth of two kilometers and its epicenter was two miles northeast of Santa Ysabel, about 14 miles east of Ramona and Escondido and about 21 miles northeast of Alpine.

Officials blame target shooting for wildfire east of EscondidoOctober 16, 2017

The smoldering footprint of a wildfire that blackened about 25 open acres in northeastern San Diego County over the weekend was 70 percent contained today, authorities reported. Target shooters accidentally ignited the blaze near Wilson and Montezuma Valley roads in Ranchita, a rural community 29 miles east of Escondido, about 1 p.m. Sunday, according to Cal Fire.

Fifty-year legal fight ends with five North County tribes getting their water back

This photo of the "finishing" workers laboring on the Escondido Canal shows Palomar Mountain in the distance; it was taken by Percy Cox in the 1890s. This photo of the "finishing" workers laboring on the Escondido Canal shows Palomar Mountain in the distance; it was taken by Percy Cox in the 1890s.

Stone donating portion of beer sales fire relief

ESCONDIDO, Calif. - Stone Brewing is helping out those in need following the destruction from Northern California's devastating wildfires.

Sidewalk bicycling

Cities in San Diego County vary widely in how they regulate bicycling on sidewalks, an increasingly controversial topic as more people are being encouraged to walk and bike in lieu of driving their cars. While there's widespread perception that sidewalk bicycling is totally illegal, only four local cities - Escondido , Carlsbad , Vista and National City -- have banned it, and the vast majority allow it either everywhere or in most residential areas.

Memory care facility to replace vacant building on Lambert Road

At a recent Brea Planning Commission meeting, folks learned big changes are coming for the vacant building and property at 149 W. Lambert Road. Built in 1984, the former biomedical building west of Brea Boulevard sat empty for years, but most of us were unaware of that since there are no obvious signs of vacancy or neglect.

Escondido community hopes to stop proposed Country Club Plan

Around 250 people flooded an Escondido church Wednesday evening to weigh in on the future of the Escondido Country Club Golf Course. But a proposed plan to redevelop the land into a complex of more than 400 homes is now being met by a pushback.

Pala Casino crowns champion of Quantum Reload Tournament

Chip leader David Fernandez, a poker player from San Diego, California, won $2,000 and the championship of the Quantum Reload poker tournament after agreeing to a four-way chop on Sunday, 8 October at Pala Casino Spa and Resort . Michael Carr of Westminster, California, finished second and won $1,219, as did third-place finisher Wilson Barrett of Corona, California.

Doctors to evaluate man who allegedly bragged about killing friend on Snapchat

Two doctors were appointed Tuesday to evaluate a 19-year-old man who has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity in the death of a close friend during an alcohol-fueled fight in Escondido, then allegedly bragged about it on the Snapchat social media app . Salvador Alejandro Sanchez is charged with murder in the April 27 death of 20-year-old Maithem Alfuraiji.

School board to discuss budget for leadership transition

The Palo Alto Unified School District's Board of Education will consider increasing interim superintendent Karen Hendricks's pay to $224,000 at its Oct. 10, 2017 meeting. Photo by Veronica Weber.

Small Brush Fire Races Uphill in Escondido: SDFD

Raw video shows a brush fire coaxed by hot, dry winds, spreading along a hill in Escondido, near Bandy Canyon Road and San Pasqual. A small brush fire raced uphill, billowing smoke near Bandy Canyon and San Pasqual Valley Road Monday, confirmed San Diego Fire-Rescue officials.

One shoots a taser, another injures spouse

Seven county lawyers have been disciplined by the California State Bar, according to the October issue of the California Lawyer Magazine. Kevin Matthew Kirby of San Diego was arrested after he fired a taser at an individual who had previously verbally harassed him and caused him to be attacked by dogs.

FILE - In this Thursday, Feb. 11, 2016 file photo, a trap holds mosquitos at the Dallas County Mosqu

A 49-year-old woman from Spring Valley is the first in San Diego County this year to be infected with West Nile virus , according to the county Health and Human Services Agency. Dr. Eric McDonald, chief of the county's Epidemiology and Immunization Services Branch, said the woman's infection caused a less-severe version of the disease that results in headache, body aches, joint aches, joint pains, vomiting, diarrhea or rash, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention .

Students in Escondido Rally to Help Classmate Buy Car

Calvin Christian School senior Arthur Torres had saved up all of his money to buy a car but his car was destroyed in a fire; his classmates chose a different ending to his story Telemundo 20's Lissette Martinez reports how some classmates brought joy to a boy's life after an unexpected tragedy. When an Escondido high school student's car was destroyed in a fire, his caring classmates rallied to find a way to replace his ride in a heartwarming act of kindness.

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