CFD Survey

Community Facilities District Survey

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Your Opinion Matters – Support Safer, More Walkable Streets!

Enter for a chance to win 2 tickets to Jazz at the Creek and a $50 gift card to a Market Creek Plaza retailer.
Congressman John Lewis

Congressman Lewis

And the Co-Creators of MARCH Visit Southeastern San Diego

Civil Rights Movement Comes to Life in San Diego

Congressman Lewis and his graphic novel collaborators visit Jacobs Center.
Community Economic Opportunity Plan Community Economic Opportunity Plan

Community Economic Opportunity Plan

Provide Your Input on the DRAFT Plan

Community Economic
Opportunity Plan

Help create a stronger, more livable and equitable economy in the Diamond.
Cultural Celebrations & Performances Cultural Celebrations & Performances

Arts & Community

Cultural Celebrations & Performances

Cultural Celebrations & Performances

We Support Arts Activities That Promote the Sharing and Learning of Cultures and Diverse Art Forms.
True Roots Catering

True Roots

Full-service Catering that Supports Local Resources and Creates Careers

Building hope. Expanding Capacity. Fostering Ownership. Revitalizing Community - Together.

The Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation (JCNI) is partnering with resident teams in southeastern San Diego to transform 60 acres into The Village at Market Creek, a LEED-certified neighborhood and vibrant cultural destination. Through a network of nonprofit and for-profit partners, locally-owned businesses and national tenants, a community and conference center, and a portfolio of social enterprise projects, JCNI is creating assets that will become economic engines for the community when the foundation sunsets in 2030. Under the banner of "Resident Ownership of Neighborhood Change," the people who live and work in the community create the vision, lead the implementation and own the change in their community.

Diamond Neighborhoods Collective Impact DataNEW

JCNI has partnered with UCSD Extension to collect data on the Diamond Neighborhoods, in the hopes that this data will empower organizations and residents to continually enhance the social and economic well-being of San Diego’s Diamond Neighborhoods. The following document includes data that touches upon demographic, economic, health, education as well as the physical environment that the research team has analyzed thus far.

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