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San Marcos is located in southwestern California in the North County section of San Diego County. It is considered to be a suburb of San Diego. In recent years San Marcos has become known for its several acres of open space and abundance of parks. Several miles of trails have been established to facilitate biking throughout the city and more are being planned. Double Peak Park, a point of interest in the city, features a panoramic view of northern San Diego County from the highest coastal peak in the whole county.

Population: 54977
Local Newspapers: San Diego Community Newspaper Group San Diego Headline News
Local Sports Teams: San Diego Chargers San Diego Padres San Diego Gulls
Local Colleges: California State University-San Marcos University of St. Augustine

Zip Codes associated with san marcos, california: 92069 92078
Towns/Cities near san marcos, california : Escondido Vista Carlsbad Oceanside Encinitas Bonsall

San Marcos News
Sheriff's Deputy Involved in Solo Rollover Crash: CHP

A San Diego County Sheriff's Deputy was involved in a solo rollover crash Wednesday afternoon in San Marcos, California Highway Patrol officials said. The crash happened at approximately 12:56 p.m. Wednesday at the intersection of Double Peak Drive and Atherton Street in San Marcos.

Police Confiscate Computers From Home of Kidnapping Suspect

NBC 7's Astrid Solorzano was in court Thursday for Spicer Van Allen Conant's arraignment. If found guilty, Conant could face up to 21 years in prison.

$2 million bail in Escondido kidnap case

Bail was increased to $2 million Thursday for a San Marcos man accused of kidnapping one teenage girl and trying to kidnap eight others in Escondido . Spicer Conant, 46, pleaded not guilty during a brief hearing in Vista Superior Court to 16 charges that could land him in prison for more than 21 years if convicted.

Free College Didn't Die With Hillary Clinton's Campaign. It's Just Getting Started

Like many American high school seniors, Rynon Reyes is looking ahead to college with a mix of apprehension and excitement. While their counterparts in most of the rest of the country are already facing the first of what will likely be an endless succession of bills for college, Reyes and his fellow students at Mission Hills High School in this city north of San Diego can get associate's degrees or certificates tuition-free, along with help paying for their textbooks.

SSUsoftball duo honored by CCAA

Sonoma State University softball sophomore pitcher Brielle Vidmar and freshman first baseman Madison Barto have been selected as the California Collegiate Athletic Association Softball Pitcher and Player of the Week, respectively. Vidmar's conference Pitcher of the Week Award comes on the heels of an outstanding week in which she went 4-0 with a 0.00 ERA in 20 innings of work in the circle, including her first-career no-hitter in an 8-0 victory at Cal State Dominguez Hills.

AAA Pro 1 Rain Gutters Achieves 95% Approval Rank on BuildZoom

BuildZoom is a contractor watchdog group dedicated to helping people find reliable local contractors. BuildZoom's database now contains every licensed contractor across the U.S. - over 2.5 million of them.

Convention Center expansion could return to voters this November

Voters could be asked to decide this November whether to fund a waterfront expansion of the San Diego Convention Center, officials with Mayor Kevin Faulconer's office said Wednesday. The plan, initially announced in the mayor's "State of the City" address, would raise San Diego's hotel room tax by up to 3 percent to raise the funds necessary to finance the project, now estimated to cost as much as $685 million.

Man known to police accused of attempted kidnapping

A 46-year-old San Marcos man with no criminal history was arrested Tuesday morning by Escondido police after they said they watched him try to lure four underage girls into his car, then successfully convince another young woman to get inside. Fearing for the woman's safety and familiar with one of the darkest days in Escondido history - the 2009 kidnapping and murder of 14-year-old Amber Dubois by a convicted sexual predator named John Gardner - the sergeant in charge of the surveillance team ordered officers to arrest the man, identified as Spicer Conant.

Arrest made in Escondido teen predator case

A 46-year-old man was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of trying to kidnap female pedestrians -- including girls as young as 11 -- in Escondido since last spring. Spicer Van Allen Conant of San Marcos was taken into custody during a traffic stop at West 13th Avenue and South Escondido Boulevard this morning, minutes after an 18-year-old woman agreed to get into his red 1994 Mazda Miata convertible, according to police.

Trump budget: San Diego housing faces cuts

The Eastgate Apartment complex under construction and the finished Promenade at Creekside apartments along Creekside Place road on Tuesday in San Marcos, California. The Eastgate Apartment complex under construction and the finished Promenade at Creekside apartments along Creekside Place road on Tuesday in San Marcos, California.

Flawed parents, other challenges don't slow teen

Selena Rodriguez-Cox is 18, and I'm a whole lot older, but I'd never presume to tell her about life. Rather, I want to hear what she has to say about it.

Palomar professors want new dean out

Students walk down steps of Palomar College's Performing Arts Complex in this photo from 2013. A dean at the college is under fire from staff members who want him ousted.

Teen's wish for fantasy novel comes true

When the Make-A-Wish Foundation comes calling to fulfill a child's deepest desire, most kids choose a family vacation, a fantasy experience or the chance to meet a favorite celebrity. So when 17-year-old Gabriel Pettersen of Escondido made his wish in 2015, local foundation officials were truly stumped.

London O'Connor Wants To Liberate The Suburbs

About 10 seconds after we meet for the first time, London O'Connor excuses himself to go change clothes. He returns to the lobby of Brooklyn's Rough Trade performance space minutes later in a slightly fresher-looking version of the exact same outfit he was just wearing - mustard-yellow sweater, light-blue denim jeans, beat-up white sneakers with Velcro straps - and apologizes for the delay with a charming shrug.

Escondido Council hears report on Innovate 78 progressMarch 10, 2017

Innovate 78 is generating steam as a regional and statewide player for its model in attracting and retaining businesses to North County. On Wednesday, the Escondido City Council took a report from the city's Economic Development Manager, Michelle Gellar, and Matt Sanford, director of Economic Development at the San Diego Economic Development Council.

Elevated lead levels found in SM school drinking fountainMarch 10, 2017

A "higher than acceptable" amount of lead was found at a water fountain at San Marcos Middle School, the school district said this week. San Marcos has been proactively testing its drinking fountains districtwide in advance of a new testing mandate from the State Water Resources Control Board, district spokeswoman Anna Lucia Roybal said.

Women Speak Out

Righteousness radiated from the Faulkner Gallery in the Santa Barbara Library on Thursday night as female voices convened in the space for Women Speak Up, the County of Santa Barbara Commission for Women's first informal listening session. The room, energized by passionate female advocacy, welcomed "women and girls to share their thoughts, concerns, needs and ideas with their district appointees," it said in Thursday's event brochure.

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