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National City is located in southern California in San Diego County. It is the second oldest city in San Diego County, giving it an historic past. When the Spanish had control over California, the Spanish soldiers used El Rancho del Rey, meaning "the Ranch of the King" in Spanish, to graze their horses. National City now sits where this ranch once existed. When Mexico gained its independence from Spain he name was changed to Rancho de la Nacion, or "Ranch of the Nation" in English. After the sale of the land in 1845, President Andrew Johnson listed the name as "The National Ranch."

Population: 54260
Local Newspapers: San Diego Community Newspaper Group San Diego Headline News San Diego RanchCoast News The San Diego Union-Tribune
Local Sports Teams: San Diego Chargers San Diego Padres
Local Colleges: California College

Zip Codes associated with national city, california: 91950
Towns/Cities near national city, california : Chula Vista Paradise Village Grant Hill San Diego La Presa Bonita Lemon Grove

National City News
Effort to Build Bikeway Around Bay Reaches New Milestone

The latest in a network of bikeways that aims to connect several cities around San Diego Bay - making commuting by bicycle safer and easier - was opened Saturday by city officials. San Diego County Supervisor Greg Cox, National City Mayor Ron Morrison, and officials with the Navy and the San Diego Bicycle Coalition were on hand to cut the ribbon officially opening the newest 1-mile stretch of the Bayshore Bikeway in National City to several bicyclists raring to go.

Workers dragged into ditch in bizarre hit-run

SAN DIEGO - Two construction workers were injured after being dragged into a ditch in a bizarre hit-and-run incident in the Bay Ho area. At about 12:30 a.m., crews were working on a project in the 4600 block of Morena Boulevard when a street sweeping truck drove by and snagged a high-capacity water hose lying on the roadway.

Re-purposed classrooms have new teaching mission

Saint John's Episcopal Church in Chula Vista closed its school last summer. The closure gave Saint John's Church a vacant building that is now occupied by Episcopal Community Services.

Voters to decide tax increase

The Chula Vista City Council on Tuesday night supported putting a measure for a half-cent general sales tax increase on the June ballot that, if approved, is supposed to help fund public safety. The measure is considered a general tax; revenues will go directly into the general fund, therefore it will only need a simple majority - not two-thirds - voter approval.

Dockless bike sharing arrives in San Diego on Thursday

Fresh off a legal victory, dockless bike sharing will become available for the first time in the city of San Diego on Thursday. LimeBike, which has been renting bikes in National City and Imperial Beach since last year, will begin operating in much larger San Diego thanks to a legal opinion issued last month by City Attorney Mara Elliott.

The value is in the land, 290 acres of it

"Welcome to Rancho Escondido Groves, your very own private 290.95-acre luxury mountain top estate." So begins the sales pitch for the property at 1830 Rincon Avenue , in equal parts a development opportunity and potential paradise for those compelled to live off the grid.

Chula Vista adds tax increase to June ballot

Chula Vista's City Council wants voters to pass a tax increase to address the city's chronic lack of staffing for the police and fire departments. The council unanimously passed a motion to put a half-cent sales tax increase on the June ballot Tuesday night.

Suspected DUI driver leads police on chase from Carlsbad to National City

A suspected drunken driver led police on a chase from Carlsbad to National City that lasted more than 30 minutes early Monday before his Jeep Liberty was rammed by a California Highway Patrol officer and he eventually pulled over, authorities said. The pursuit began shortly before 2 a.m. when the 39-year-old Vista man refused to stop when a Carlsbad police officer tried to pull him over on Paseo Del Norte and Poinsettia Avenue for having a tail light out and on suspicion of DUI, said CHP Officer Tommy Doerr.

Free tax help for low-income people can bring thousands

San Diego County Supervisor Greg Cox was among the elected officials who on Friday urged low-income residents to take advantage of a free tax-preparation services that could lead to thousands of dollars in refunds. San Diego County Supervisor Greg Cox was among the elected officials who on Friday urged low-income residents to take advantage of a free tax-preparation services that could lead to thousands of dollars in refunds.

Term limit petitions may decide council future again

If approved by voters one ballot measure could allow National City Mayor to run for a fourth term in office. Two competing citizen initiatives in National City regarding term limits for elected office holders await validation from the San Diego Registrar of Voters.

Circus brings its big top and thrills to area shopping mall

It's going to be a circus in South County when Circus Vargas rolls into town Feb.8 through Feb. 19 at Westfield Plaza Bonita, 3030 Plaza Bonita Road. The National City stop is the second to last stop in San Diego County after brief stays at Del Mar Fairgrounds, and Westfiled Mission Valley.

Woman killed in rollover crash in La Mesa

A 63-year-old National City woman was killed and her two passengers injured in a single-vehicle rollover crash overnight on a freeway transition ramp in La Mesa, authorities said. The crash happened about 11:15 p.m. Wednesday on the looping connector ramp from northbound State Route 125 to westbound Interstate 8, California Highway Patrol Officer Travis Garrow said.

1 dead, 2 injured in La Mesa-area freeway crash

A driver was killed and two others were injured Wednesday night in a crash on the northbound state Route 125 ramp to westbound Interstate 8 in La Mesa. The California Highway Patrol said the crash happened at about 11:15 p.m. and involved a 2007 Dodge Caliber.

In Golden State's solar boom, a tale of 'two Californias'

California has been a leader in embracing solar power, but the benefits are going disproportionately to wealthy homeowners, say critics. Solar panels are shown on top of a Multifamily Affordable Solar Housing-funded housing complex in National City, Calif., in 2015.

Hard-caught MTS bus out of East Village

A host of new changes took effect on the bus lines of the Metropolitan Transit System on January 28th. Several routes were eliminated, with MTS noting in a monthly bulletin that you could still get there from here, only differently.

Walker & Dunlop structures $82M green loan for senior housing community

Bethesda-based commercial real estate services and finance company Walker & Dunlop Inc. announced Tuesday it structured an $82,077,000 loan for Paradise Village, located just outside of San Diego, in National City, California. The transaction for the Class A, independent living, assisted living, and memory care community represents Fannie Mae's first Green Rewards loan backed by a seniors housing property.

Institutional Investor Bags Improved Last-Mile Center

Stos Partners sells a 91,541-square-foot single-tenant industrial property for $21 million after owning the asset for slightly more than a year and completing an improvement program on it. Get alerted any time new stories match your search criteria.

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