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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
One-stop veterans center opens at Palomar College

A communitywide grand opening ceremony for Palomar College's Veterans Resource Center is set for March 16 at the San Marcos campus. The renovated 2,240-square-foot center brings together services in one central location that were previously offered at various places on campus, making it a one-stop shop for veterans and military-affiliated students.

San Marcos City Council Approves Massive Development Plan

The San Marcos City Council voted in favor of a massive development project that opponents say will flood the area, crowd schools and worsen traffic. NBC 7's Ashley Matthews has more.

Online Petition Aims to Save San Marcos High Principal Ed Behrens' Job

The Santa Barbara Unified School District administration reportedly has recommended that Behrens be demoted from his position as principal on June 30, 2018. In response, a group of San Marcos High parents has mobilized in support of Behrens, who has worked at the district since 1991 and at San Marcos as assistant principal and principal for more than two decades.

Scholarship Foundation Honors 29 Student Artists

The Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara honored 29 student artists during a presentation and reception at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art on March 8. Selected as winners of the Foundation's 2018 Art Scholarship Competition, the students addressed family members and supporters in the museum's Mary Craig Auditorium. Each winner receives a $2,500 scholarship, and all winning art submissions will be exhibited in the museum's Family Resource Center through March 15. The best of show winner receives an additional $1,000 scholarship.

More Threatening Graffiti Messages Discovered at San Marcos High School

San Marcos High School near Goleta again has been the target of threats of violence, this time through graffiti messages discovered Friday in the school's locker room, according to the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Department . Santa Barbara Unified School District officials were notified about 9:30 a.m. after a student took a picture of three graffiti messages in the boy's locker room and posted it on social media, according to Kelly Hoover, a sheriff's department spokeswoman.

Kiwanians to celebrate 106th birthday of member

The Lake San Marcos Kiwanis Club will hold a 106th birthday party for Dorothy Coleman from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 3 at St. Mark's Country Club in Lake San Marcos. Pictured are volunteers at the club's recent pancake breakfast with Coleman .

San Diego progressives to CPC: Rescind Levin Endorsement

We, the progressive community of San Diego County, as represented by the San Diego Progressive Democratic Club, the California Young Democrats Progressive Caucus, the Executive Board of the California Democratic Party Progressive Caucus, the California Democratic Party Veterans Caucus, California Democratic Party Arab American Caucus, Our Revolution-San Diego, and the undersigned Democratic clubs, are extremely disappointed in the Congressional Progressive Caucus' decision to endorse Mike Levin for the 49th Congressional District.

March 8, 2018March 8, 2018

Mayor Jim Desmond stood in front of about 250 people inside the ballroom at the Cal State San Marcos University Student Union and proudly declared his belief that he will leave the city as good, if not better off, than his predecessors. Desmond, in his final "State of the City" address before he terms out of office later this year, touted the city's successes in the fields of governance, business education and public safety.

Trio of San Marcos school projects moving forward

New buildings are rising at Alvin Dunn K-8 school, La Costa Meadows and San Marcos Middle schools, as the school district continues to complete projects from the $287 million facilities bond that voters approved in 2010. The most visible of the projects is at Alvin Dunn's campus, one of the district's oldest, where a two-story building has emerged along Rancho Santa Fe Road in San Marcos on what used to be the school's athletic field.

Olympian High School student arrested after social media threat

Chula Vista Police Department School Resource Officers identified a 16-year-old female student in the 10th grade as the suspect who made the threat. Officers interviewed the suspect and her mother.

New districts change election landscape

Last year, the City Council voted to create four districts for its city council members. The mayor's race will remain at-large, meaning every resident of the city can vote for the position.

Deputies Plan Increased Presence at San Marcos High School Following Shooting Threat

Deputies plan to have an increased presence the remainder of this week at San Marcos High School near Goleta after threatening graffiti was found Wednesday in a bathroom stall, according to the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Department . School administrators became aware of the graffiti in a girls bathroom at about 11:20 a.m. through an anonymous post on the STOPit reporting app , said Kelly Hoover, a sheriff's spokeswoman.

San Marcos Fallout

Though I write from the state of Washington, I am a product of the Santa Barbara public school system from elementary through high school and City College, ultimately graduating from Berkeley. My three children are also products of public schools.

Escondido police pursuit ends in crash, 3 arrests

Escondido police arrested three men and found a gun in a car after a brief pursuit ended in a crash Monday afternoon. The incident began when a witness called police and reported that someone in in a white car had pointed what appeared to be a gun at a man who was working on a red vehicle at Sixth Avenue and Juniper Street about 3:30 p.m. The witness followed the group of men inside the Chevrolet Cruze until officers caught up and began to follow the white car.

San Marcos man charged in connection to overdose death of Camp Pendleton Marine

The main gate to Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton in Oceanside in 2013. A 25-year-old San Marcos man will appear in U.S. District Court Tuesday, March 6, on federal charges of distribution of drugs resulting in the death of a Camp Pendleton Marine, officials from the U.S. Attorney's Office announced Monday.

Driver seriously hurt after colliding with tree in San Marcos

A man was seriously injured Sunday morning when the car he was driving collided head-on with a tree on South Twin Oaks Valley Road in San Marcos, authorities said. Deputies responded shortly after 9:30 a.m. to the single-vehicle collision on South Twin Oaks Valley Road near Village Drive, sheriff's Deputy David J. Arnold said.

Family of Jonathon Coronel rallies after DA says officer used 'reasonable force'

The family of Jonathon Coronel rallied Saturday, against the District Attorney's office after Summer Stephan announced the deputy who shot him used reasonable force. A detective spotted him in a car and Deputy Villanueva responded and gave chase.

San Marcos High Principal Ed Behrens Reportedly May Be Reassigned; Parents Rally to Defend Him

A group of San Marcos High School parents has mobilized to keep Principal Ed Behrens in his post after the Santa Barbara Unified School District administration reportedly has discussed removing him at the end of the year. The district did not confirm or deny the move and said in a statement to Noozhawk that "the staff recommendation concerning the San Marcos High School principal is a personnel item that limits our ability to comment."

Man Accused of Selling Fentanyl That Caused Marine's Death

A San Marcos man accused of selling narcotics to a marine who died from an overdose in his barracks on Camp Pendleton is facing federal charges for the 2017 death. Kyle Anthony Shephard, 25, is accused of selling four fentanyl-laced pills for $100 to an unidentified marine corporal when the two met in Escondido on Jan. 26, 2017, according to a federal complaint unsealed Friday.

County releases Lilac Fire response report

Preparedness, regional collaboration, and fire and emergency management resources, coupled with a lucky break in the weather, were credited in a County After Action Report for stopping the December 2017 Lilac Fire's fast-moving destructive path within 12 hours. The report released Friday also credits heroic actions of first responders for saving lives in dangerous conditions.

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