We are excited to welcome you to the South County Economic Development
Council’s Annual Economic Summit. Throughout the day many important
topics will be discussed with an eye on both the present and what
it will mean for the future of South County. As a region we are fortunate
to be the crossroads to billions of dollars of international commerce
and with continued focus and investment can ensure a prosperous future.
In addition to exceptional economic forecasts our panels will explore
how our future workforce, resource and infrastructure investment,
and binational relationships can lead to enhanced opportunities.
We invite you to join us after the Economic Summit for our Elected Officials Reception. During the reception all attendees will have the opportunity to interact with those officials charged with leading our communities as we look to the other side of the pandemic. Take the time to enhance existing relationships while forging new ones.
SCEDC would like to Thank everyone who joined us for the PASHA Automotive Facility Tour held on March 9th, 2023.
South County EDC members got to tour the facility and learn more about the company.
Big thanks to Sophie Silvestri, Business Development & Government Affairs Manager and John Pasha, Senior VP from PASHA Automotive Services for hosting and
welcoming South County EDC members.
Left to right in the photo: George Ching, Denise Halliwell, Sally Preston, Edelmira Montoya-Mckellogg, Alejandra Ruiz, Lizzette Weber, President and CEO of SCEDC Jim O'Callaghan, Sophia Robitaille, Pedro Anaya, Tanya Castaneda, Ana Seligmann. Pedro Garcia was in attendance but
not in the photo.
The 2023 Spring Scholarship Season has closed, and we are still looking for 20-30 volunteers to review and evaluate scholarship applications. All work can be done online from the comfort of your home or office. We anticipate that each scholarship reviewer will spend 2-4 hours on this assignment (although fast readers may finish much more quickly).
PD/Flex credit available. Please reply ASAP if you would be interested in volunteering.
RSVP your commitment to serve HERE.
• March 13 - Volunteer Readers receive link to review and score their assigned scholarship applications
• March 13 & 14 – Volunteer Scholarship Reviewer Training on Zoom (for new reviewers or troubleshooting)
• April 2- Deadline for volunteers to review and score their assigned applications
Good afternoon, San Diego County leaders.
Ensuring water reliability for everyone in our region requires us to think creatively and act collaboratively. Last week the Water Authority leaders were in Washington, D.C., to share our vision for innovative solutions to climate-induced challenges here in our region and on the Colorado River.
It was such an honor to meet with our congressional delegation, federal agencies, and the White House to advocate for infrastructure needs in the San Diego region that will ensure every home and business continues to have access to safe, clean water. I have to say, this was one of the most productive trips to D.C. we’ve had to date, in large part due to the efforts of the dedicated Water Authority Board members who joined me: Board Vice Chair Nick Serrano (City of San Diego), Board Secretary Frank Hilliker (Lakeside Water District), Legislative and Public Outreach Committee Chair Jerry Butkiewicz (City of San Diego), Colorado River Board of California Vice Chair Jim Madaffer (City of San Diego), and Metropolitan Water District Delegate Marty Miller (Vista Irrigation District).
Join SDSU Community Kick off vent to learn about Brownfields Assessment Project at San Diego State University.
• Learn about SDSU's brownfield assessments grants from the US EPA and the California DTSC
• Identify and nominate potential brownfield sites for environmental assessment and reuse planning
Snacks and refreshments will be provided.
The County Employees’ Charitable Organization (CECO) distributed $110,252 in grants to 68 local nonprofit programs and the Employee Crisis Fund at its annual awards breakfast at the County Operations Center Friday.Read More
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San Diego Field Office Land Ports of Entry Traffic Report - Passenger January 2023
The South County EDC Committees are focused on long term economic growth and development in the South County Region of San Diego. Joining a committee is a great way to get involved in the decision making that supports our bi national communities and to make our region the most desirable location to live, work and dream.More Information
Do you have a Small Business in need of a loan?
Are you looking to acquire new equipment or
The California Competes Tax Credit (CCTC) and Grant Program (CCGP) are available to businesses that want to locate in California or stay and grow in California.More Information
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March 15, 2023
March 17, 2023
SCEDC is Closed - March 31, 2023