SAN DIEGO (CNS) - The city launched its second resident satisfaction survey on Wednesday meant to help guide improvements to public services in San Diego.
The surveys were being sent by mail to randomly selected households this week.
The results will be compiled and compared with the results from the first survey, administered in 2015, to help guide improvements in city programs and services, according to the mayor's office.
Nearly 2,500 households completed the first survey. Eighty-seven percent said San Diego was a good place to live.
Safety and quality of life in the city were among the categories with the highest ratings.
Regarding city services, residents were least satisfied with the maintenance of streets, sidewalks and infrastructure -- 24 percent gave the city positive marks.
The report recommended making investment in road maintenance a top priority for city funding.
Tyson Ross lost his bid to pitch the first no-hitter in San Diego Padres' history when center fielder Franchy Cordero appeared to misplay a ball with two outs in the eighth inning Friday night of a 4-1 win over the Arizona Diamondbacks.
A fifth-grade teacher at Rosa Parks Elementary School in the San Diego Unified School District has been arrested for allegedly distributing pornographic images of young girls, including a toddler, authorities announced Friday.
A tragic car crash left a Mount Carmel High School student paralyzed from the chest down, and now, the community is rallying to support him.
New surveillance video shows what happened moments before a car plunged into a sinkhole in East County Monday night.
The San Diego County unemployment rate dropped three- tenths of a percent to 3.2 percent in March as the region continued to add jobs following the holiday season, according to data released Friday by the state Employment Development Department.
San Diego County is generally safer than the U.S. as a whole, though elder abuse and several types of violent crime are on the rise locally, according to a report released Friday,
Described as “Etsy comes to life,” the popular urban-style handmade market is feminine and fun, hosting vendors who make their products by hand. This will be the 24th Queen Bee Market since its creation in 2010.
Described as “Etsy comes to life,” the popular urban-style handmade market is feminine and fun, hosting vendors who make their products by hand. This will be the 24th Queen Bee Market since its creation in 2010. News 8's Ashley Jacobs takes you inside Bing Crosby Hall for a sneak peek at what artisans are showcasing.