Mission Hills is a vibrant, historic neighborhood of San Diego situated on hills overlooking Old Town, Downtown San Diego and San Diego Bay. Home to some of San Diego’s oldest and most historic homes, as well as an eclectic mix of restaurants, boutiques and professional service providers, Mission Hills is a unique metropolitan enclave of roughly 57,000 residents.
While it’s a part of the larger Uptown community—which also includes Hillcrest, Bankers Hill and part of University Heights—Mission Hills has its own character and resident concerns, ranging from the cleanliness and safety of public parks to the aesthetics of new construction.
Because of its distinct identity, Mission Hills benefits from a local organization that can effectively vocalize on behalf of its residents to ensure that the neighborhood develops in a way that provides the greatest benefit to all who live and work there. Without such an organization helping to guide decisions that impact the neighborhood, those decisions could be made by city planners or other non-stakeholders who may not fully understand the implications for local residents.
United by their desire for a neighborhood with beautiful and walkable streets, fun activities for all, and a retail environment that reflects the diverse local character, residents of Mission Hills must join their voices in shaping the future of their neighborhood.