Carmel Mountain Ranch Community Council

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Welcome to Carmel Mountain Ranch!

The Carmel Mountain Ranch Community Council (CMRCC) was first organized on November 14, 1995. It operates as the first City of San Diego combined planning board and community council. The CMRCC reviews land use and zoning issues and community concerns regarding neighborhood traffic and transportation issues.

There are currently nine homeowners and three business/professional representatives on the Council. Members serve for two years. Elections are held in March.

There are several subcommittees that investigate issues and makes recommendations to the CMRCC. They include Transportation; Traffic; Public Safety; Social, Cultural @ Arts; Neighborhood Issues; More...

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MOMS Club of CMR

Hi, my name is Alyssa and I am a member of MOMS Club of CMR.    Are you interested in meeting other moms in the area while enjoying activities and fun for you and your child(ren)? ... more
Started: October 26th 2009Replies: 0

Golf Course

What do you think about the Golf Course being sold to a Korean company? more
Started: June 5th 2006Replies: 1

Panhandling @ busy intersections

I am sincerely concerned for the safety of motorists and the individuals on foot who panhandle on the thin concrete islands and dividers for money from motor vehicle drivers at the following busy... more
Started: January 25th 2008Replies: 2

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