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Thank you Barbie Bates for capturing the fun and activity of Touch-A-Truck 2023. We had a great time!

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Thank you Touch-A-Truck Sponsors.

May 18 at Lloyd's Collision Center

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FREE Construction Camp for High School Girls

DATE/TIMES: JUNE 19-23, 2023, 8:00AM - 4:00PM


Register for this FREE hands-on summer day camp to learn the basic skills of carpentry, electrical, sheet metal, surveying, heavy equipment, as well as other trades

Register Here


Summer rates go into effect June 1 and when the weather heats up, your energy use will likely rise, too. Here are some helpful tips and tools to help you conserve energy this summer and become a power pro!  

1.     Shift your use: When possible, use large heat-generating appliances such as washers, dryers and dishwashers outside of the on-peak hours of 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. – when energy rates are the highest.  

2.      Get bill alerts: Energy Alerts are an easy way to monitor your energy use and bill before it arrives. Get weekly energy use alerts or customize your notifications for when your bill reaches a dollar amount that you set.  

3.      Keep your A/C fit: Check your air conditioner’s filter every 1-2 months. Dirty filters cause your system to work harder to keep you cool, wasting energy.   

4.      Block the heat and hot air: Weatherstrip and caulk drafty doors and windows to keep the cold air in and hot air out.   

Resources to help you manage your summer bill

1.     The Neighbor-to-Neighbor program provides eligible customers up to $600 to offset their outstanding bills. SDG&E customers may apply if they are experiencing serious illness, temporary unemployment, disability or unusual hardship. Learn more at

2.     A new, no-cost energy efficiency upgrade program for renters and owners of single-family homes is now available. The Residential Energy Solutions Program has no income restrictions and has the potential to help families achieve long-term savings on their energy bills. Get details at

3.     By signing up for Level Pay, you get a more predictable, consistent bill each month and spread out any bill spikes. Over a 12-month period, you’ll pay the same amount each month. Enroll at  

For more information on energy-saving tips and resources, visit

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