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The Scripps Ranch Life is a place for the community of Scripps Ranch to find all the latest up to dates news on the community and encourage involvement and interaction to develop a tight niche community.
Scripps Ranch is a community of San Diego, California in the northeastern part of that city. Its ZIP code is 92131. It is located east of Interstate 15, North of Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, and South of Poway.
Scripps Ranch is a coastal/inland bedroom community within the City of San Diego. Miramar Reservoir is located within Scripps Ranch and offers recreational boating and fishing. A unique feature of Scripps Ranch is its landscaping, which includes many mature eucalyptus trees that are most apparent along Pomerado Road.
Scripps Ranch was originally a 400 acre (1.6 km²) ranch owned by newspaper publisher E.W. Scripps. He later expanded it to 1,200 acres (4.9 km2).
In October 2003, a section of south Scripps Ranch was devastated by the Cedar Fire, destroying over 300 homes.
Two elected planning groups (the Scripps Ranch Planning Group and the Miramar Ranch North Planning Committee), advise the city on local planning and land-use issues. The Scripps Ranch Civic Association (“SRCA”) acts as the defacto Community Town Council, meeting monthly and advising the City on all Quality of Life issues. The SRCA also acts as eyes/ears of the community, publishing a 70-80 page Community Newsletter every 30 days, which is hand-delivered to approximately 12,000 community households by hundreds of community volunteers monthly. The SRCA also sponsors the community’s annual 4th of July Parade, Spring Community Fair, Community Volunteer Recognition Night, Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony, and Community Clean-up / Garage Sale days. See the SRCA website (www.scrippsranch.org) to view the Newsletter as well as current events impacting the Scripps Ranch community, including the calendar for the SRCA Community Center, which the SRCA took over responsibility for after City of San Diego budget issues dictated a shuttering of the facility in 2009.
According to the San Diego County Assessor’s Office’s 2008 estimates, there were 32,476 people residing in the neighborhood, an increase of 15.9% from 2000. The racial makeup of the neighborhood was 71% White, 15% Asian & Pacific Islander, 7.8% Hispanic, 3.7% from other races, 2.4% African American, and .01% American Indian. The neighborhood is diverse in age with 27% under 18 and 8% over 65. The median age was 39.5. There were an average of 2.78 persons per household. The median household income was $144,438; 9% of the 11,661 households made $200,000 or more while 46% made $100,000 or more and 7% made $29,999 or less
This is the sign on the corner of Scripps Poway Parkway and Srcripps Summit Drive. The shopping center is one of the biggest in the community.
The community is served by the San Diego City Schools.
Junior high schools
Colleges and universities