La Mesa Chamber News | July 13, 2020
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Your La Mesa Chamber News - Local & Coronavirus Updates as of July 13, 2020
Effective TUESDAY AT MIDNIGHT San Diego County will shut down indoor operations for:
  • Places of worship
  • Gyms and fitness centers
  • Hair salons & barber shops
  • Personal care facilities (spas, facials, eyelashes, etc.)
  • Massage parlors
  • Tattoo parlors
  • Offices for non-essential businesses
  • Indoor malls

Governor Newsom announced the new set of restrictions today as California continues to see a rise in coronavirus cases. Hospitalizations are at 28% over the past two weeks, and an increase in intensive care unit patients by 20% over the same period of time. The County of San Diego has announced these restrictions at today’s briefing and encourages everyone to do their part to “Stop the Spread.”
Applications Available on Monday July 13th
The City of La Mesa has issued Executive Order 3-2020 on July 9th, which temporarily allows the use of public and private outdoor areas by eating establishments for dining, provided those establishments obtain written authorization from the Director of Community Development and comply with all social distancing and other COVID-19 related health orders and all other City, County (e.g., emergency orders), State (e.g., Alcoholic Beverage Control) and Federal laws(e.g. Americans with Disabilities Act). This Executive order comes due to the state suspending indoor dining for San Diego County due to the rising COVID-19 cases effective July 6th.  

This is being done in San Diego and other cities, so this is an excellent opportunity for restaurants in La Mesa! Read the particulars and consider serving customers in a creative outdoor setting!

Restaurants may consider using public and private space to offer outdoor dining. This could be a parking lot (many are putting up tents in lots), a sidewalk and other space where restaurants may creatively serve food to customers. Obviously, a restaurant that wishes to use a parking lot and other space in a mall or where they currently have their restaurant, must talk to the leasing agent and decide how to creatively offer this dining space.  If a restaurant wants to use public space, then that would be stated on the City of La Mesa application and this will be reviewed by the City of La Mesa Director of Community Development. All COVID-19 rules to protect the spread must be considered, as you create the diagram of your outdoor space - such as the social distancing regulations (the 6-foot space between tables) should be considered. The ADA requirements must be followed to allow service to those with the Americans with Disabilities Act and strongly consider how your customers will have access (enter and leave) to your new temporary outdoor dining space. 

ALL restaurants within the entire City of La Mesa should consider offering outdoor dining during this pandemic. Whether it be in a parking lot/area by your restaurant, on a sidewalk by your restaurant and other space that may be feasible for you to offer outdoor dining. The Chamber will be reaching out advising businesses of this new dining opportunity. In the meantime, restaurants may ask for the application on Monday, July 13th from Allyson Kinnard, Senior Planner at There is NO CITY FEE or permit required for businesses that receive authorization to use public or private outdoor areas for dining.
COVID-19 Updates
REMINDER – EFFECTIVE July 7th the Public Health Officer indicated that indoor operations, restaurants, bars, breweries, wineries, movie theaters, family entertainment centers, zoos and museums, and card rooms must close for three weeks to slow the spread of COVID-19.

Alcoholic drinks shall only be served as part of a meal and must be sold and served in the same transaction as the meal. Live performances such as musical or dance acts shall be discontinued.

All persons of two years of age or older shall have possession of a face covering when they leave their home or place of residence and shall wear the face coverings as described and required in California.
Small Business Stimulus Fund
Local small businesses and restaurant owners suffering financial losses due to COVID-19 can now apply for a grant from the County of San Diego, for-profit and non-profit businesses are eligible for a San Diego County Small Business Stimulus Grant if they can show losses are a direct result of the pandemic. To qualify businesses must have 100 or fewer employees, headquartered in San Diego County, a minimum of 1-year operating history as of February 14, 2020, and documentation of financial hardship because of COVID-19. More details here:
Thank You to SDG&E for Their $25,000 Donation 
To Support Damaged La Mesa Businesses
In March, San Diego Gas and Electric shareholders have seeded the San Diego Foundation’s COVID-19 Community Response Fund with its first $1 million contribution. With an additional $1 million contribution in 2020 and a $1 million commitment for 2021, SDG&E’s support of the fund now totals $3 million. The donations will help economic recovery, address food insecurity, assist with utility bills and more. 

The La Mesa Chamber of Commerce has always valued our relationship with SDG&E and find them to be an important philanthropic partner. We have been grateful for their involvement in many of our signature events throughout the year. Their gracious donation from this fund of $25,000 to assist the La Mesa businesses that were damaged on May 30th and May 31st is a tribute to their deep commitment to our community. 
Businesses in La Mesa Receive Financial Help from the La Mesa Recovery Fund
The La Mesa Springs shopping Center looks and feels much different today. The emotional healing to all of the looting and physical damage done has already begun. Today the financial healing begins.

Albert Garzon who owns Albert’s Mexican Food received a $5000 check from the La Mesa Recovery Fund.

“You know something, I’m feeling awesome about the whole town of La Mesa. It’s crazy that it happened,” said Garzon.
Plywood still covers the windows of his restaurant, one month after they were smashed up by looters. The violent mob showed up during the protesting of George Floyd’s death. Garzon was one of 27 business owners who were hand delivered a check by representatives from The East County Chamber of Commerce and the La Mesa Chamber of Commerce.

“This arranges for people who need to meet a deductible, do simple repairs need to be done, staffing issues. We are now in phase to anyone who didn’t apply or didn’t know about it we are encouraging everyone to apply and that will go through July,” said Rick Wilson, Pres. Of East County Chamber of Commerce.

Twenty-two hundred individual donors contributed to the go fund me account that was started a few days after the ordeal.

The last 30 days has been an emotional roller coaster for the Garzon family especially for the kids.

“What I saw that night, not protesters, they were looters it’s OK to protest that’s why we can but they took it to another level,” said Garzon who’s using the images of that night to teach his children about the difference between protesting and civil disobedience.

Much like the message that is painted on the plywood of his business, that says ‘Do what’s right” which was painted by artists who are trying to encourage the community, Garzon says he wants to do what’s right. That’s why he is planning to pay it forward and give his check away to a business that is struggling because of COVID-19.

“After what happened yesterday, after hearing the news because of Covid, that they were going to shut down the bars and breweries and pubs, I just said ‘I can’t imagine being in those shoes.’ I can’t. I’m in a blessed position where we never really had to shut down,” said Garzon.

Posted on : June 30, 2020  Elizabeth Alvarez
 Phase 2 of the GoFundMe Account is Accepting Applications Now!
The community and region came together on May 31st and opened their hearts to our damaged La Mesa businesses by donating to date, more than $240,000. We encourage those businesses that have not applied for these funds to do so.  Click here to apply.
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   COVID-19 Information, Reminders & Q&A’s 

Q. What approvals do I need in order to expand to an outdoor dining option?

A. Each local municipality has different allowances for outdoor dining.  Businesses must contact their local jurisdiction’s enforcement, zoning or planning program for clarification on outdoor dining footprint allowances at each restaurant. No DEH review or approvals are required for an expansion of outdoor dining if only for seating. Note that the California Retail Food Code does not allow food preparation areas or serving stations outside.

Q. What alcohol Beverage Control (ABC) permits are needed for expanding outdoor dining?

A. If you serve alcohol and want to expand service to outdoor dining, you need to submit the ABC 218 CV19, ABC 257 diagram, and $100 to the office of jurisdiction.

Q. Can a bar/brewery/tasting room partner with a permitted restaurant to provide food and meet a “meal” requirement?

A. Yes, however, alcoholic drinks shall only be served as part of the meal and must be sold and served in the same transaction as the meal. All meals shall be served by a food operator permitted by the San Diego Cunty Department of Environmental Health. This restriction does not apply to outdoor service of wine at a winery or spirits at a distillery.

Q. Can a bar/brewery/tasting room partner with a permitted food tuck to provide food and meet a “meal” requirement?

A. Yes, however, alcoholic drinks shall only be served as part of a meal and must be sold and served in the same transaction as the meal. All meals shall be served by a food operator permitted by the San Diego County Department of Environmental Health. This restriction does not apply to outdoor service of wine at a winery or spirits at a distillery. 

Q. Can a bar/brewery/tasting room partner with a third-party delivery service to provide food and meet a “meal” requirement?

A. No. Alcoholic drinks shall only be served as part of a meal and must be sold and served in the same transaction as the meal.

Q. What if my restaurant/Food Facility does not want to offer onsite dining and will continue only take-out or delivery options?

A. Restaurant/Food Facilities that do not offer onsite dining can continue to post the Social Distancing and Sanitation Protocol; however, they must still meet all applicable requirements of the updated San Diego Safe Onsite Food and Beverage Plan.

Q. The protocol states that self-service is prohibited. Can I still use my soda fountain?

A. All self-service items are prohibited, including self-service soda fountains. Food facility staff can assist customers by filling drinks at the soda fountain upon request.
What’s Open, What’s Closed in County?

The latest order announced todday made changes to the operation of several businesses.

New Order as of Midnight, Tuesday, July 13th:
San Diego County will shut down indoor operations for: hair salons, nail salons, spas, massage parlors, tattoo parlors and skincare businesses, places of worship, gyms and fitness centers, non-essential businesses, and indoor malls.

Order as of Midnight, Monday, July 6th:
Restaurants and bars, breweries and pubs that serve food or host food trucks are limited to outdoor dining only. Customers must be seated by 10 p.m. and leave the premises by 11 p.m.

Bars, breweries, brewpubs and pubs that do not serve food must close all onsite services indoors and outdoors. Wineries and distilleries must close all indoor operations but are allowed to have outdoor operations with appropriate modifications. Movie theaters must close indoor operations. Family entertainment centers, batting cages, arcades and bowling alleys must close indoor activities. Zoos must close indoor activities but can continue outdoor exhibits. Museums must close indoor activities. Card rooms must close indoor activities.

Still Allowed and Open:
Restaurants for takeout, deliveries and drive-thru services 24-hours a day. Breweries and brewpubs that serve food for curbside pickup sales. Schoolroom classes that comply with specific safety measures. Child day care and childcare. Dental offices. Parks, campgrounds and RV parks that follow safety guidelines. Public swimming pools or pools owned by apartment complexes or homeowners associates. Beaches are open by orders from coastal cities and water activities are allowed by the county. Hotels and other lodging establishments are open for all guests.

Still Prohibited:
All people must remain in their homes unless they are traveling to an essential business, an essential activity or are participating in an allowed individual or family outdoor activity. Colleges and universities may not hold classes or other activities where students gather except for research-related activities and where necessary to train students who will be essential workers. Visitors and nonessential personnel may not enter hospitals or long-term car facilities.

Source: The San Diego Union Tribune – Gary Warth.
Calling ALL Californians: #ShopSafeShopLocal
#ShopSafeShopLocal drives small businesses to, a campaign website where organizations and corporate partners, have offered extensive resources to small business owners to support them during these unprecedented times.
Business Updates
San Diego Biotech Snags $137M for Precision Attack on
Cancer Cells
VelosBio announced on July 8th that it has raised $137 million to develop drugs that selectively target cancer cells while sparing healthy ones. The company’s focus is a molecule called RORI, which is mostly gone by birth but is associated with the growth of a variety of cancers, including leukemias, lymphomas and certain cases of breast an ovarian cancer. To target cancer cells coated with RORI, VelosBio uses an immune protein known as an antibody. Antibodies look a bit like the letter Y; the little arms of that Y grab onto RORI and get pulled into the cell. The long stem of the Y makes the difference. That’s where VelosBio has hitched a toxic chemical to its antibody. Cancer cells that absorb the antibody also take in the toxin, which ultimately kills them. The company is testing this approach in an initial clinical trial of various leukemias and lymphomas.  Source: The San Diego Union Tribune – Jonathan Wosen
San Diegans Volunteer for
Vaccine Trial
Controversial approach would directly expose people to coronavirus. There are 30,000 people globally and about 100 in San Diego - who have volunteered to participate in a controversial type of medical study as a human challenge trial, or HCT, if such a trial gains federal approval. The volunteers were recruited by 1 Day Sooner, a newly-formed New York advocacy group that is promoting HCT’s as a faster way of developing a vaccine. The group is mostly looking for younger people, whose COVID-19 mortality rate is lower than those who are older. 1 Day Sooner says an HCT could greatly accelerate the evaluation of a vaccine and produce data that would be useful in treating and preventing COVID-19. Some say there is no benefit to the participant, but a benefit to society. There is an extraordinary risk to the individual and volunteers would need to be placed in a controlled environment for perhaps a month, in which they could be monitored and, if needed, receive medical treatment. More information regarding this program may be found at: The San Diego Union Tribune – Gary Robbins.
Brooks Brothers Files for Bankruptcy
200-year old retailer will close more than a quarter of its 200 stores. This company has dressed nearly every U.S. president, filed for bankruptcy protection on July 8th , the latest major clothing seller to be toppled by the coronavirus pandemic. Founded in New York in 1818, Brooks Brothers survived two world wars, the great Depression and even managed to stay afloat until the pandemic pushed it into Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection with so many stores closed, people working from home and suits pushed to the bottom of a shopping list. The company employed 4,000 people in March, before it furloughed about a third of its workers. The company has a storied history, dressing at least 40 American presidents, including Abraham Lincoln, who was wearing a Brooks Brothers coat when he was assassinated in 1865. Brooks Brothers two-button suits were a favorite of President John F Kennedy.  Source: The San Diego Union Tribune – Associated Press. 
Southwest Airlines Will No Longer Accept Cash
The Dallas-based airline’s effort to cut back on the handling of paper currency that goes back more than a decade, has stopped accepting cash payments at ticket counters to book flights or to pay for upgrades and extra luggage. Many companies and are encouraging people to stop using cash as a way to cut down on social contact and disease spread during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Source: The San Diego Union Tribune – Kyle Arnold.
Legoland Opening Hotel for Getaways - But Theme Park Will Not Open Due to the Coronavirus
With a long-anticipated reopening of Legoland still very much on hold, the Carlsbad theme park is tying the next best thing: opening up its original themed hotel, complete with Lego toy building and in-room treasure hunts. Legoland is offering a historically low rate as little as $169 a night - more than 50% off the peak-season summer rate of $360 or more. The hotel’s customary buffet breakfast will not be allowed due to state and county guidelines, and interactive costumed characters will not be performing to help stop the spread of the Coronavirus. Even if Legoland is not open, the company is hoping the Carlsbad beaches and walking trails will be a selling point. Source: The San Diego Union Tribune – Lori Weisberg.
Q & A Nuts and Bolts of the Paycheck Protection Program 
Q. What does the PPP aim to do?
A. The program aims to motivate small businesses to retain their employees or, if they laid them off, get them back to work. The primary incentive is the offer of forgiveness if 60 percent is used for payroll. Businesses can borrow up to $10 million based on their payroll costs; the loan carries a 1 percent interest rate and deferred payments for six months. Owners can use for paying rent and more.

Q. How do the companies get forgiveness?
A. Owners must use the loan money within 24 weeks after receiving it. When the money is spent, businesses can apply for forgiveness by documentation of its use.

Q. Has the PPP succeeded in saving jobs?
A. That answer will not be known for months, when owners have filed their forgiveness applications that must document how many people are on their payroll. Many restaurants may still have issues due to social distancing requirements and slower consumer spending.

Q. Have companies been satisfied with the program?
A. The reaction has been mixed. Companies that got the loan amount are happy but are worried about having a debt to pay off. There were computer issues and backlogs at the agency and banks in the early portion of the process. Banks also enraged owners based on the fact that they did not have multiple accounts, existing loans and lines of credit. Owners waited weeks after submitting their applications without knowing their status.

Q. Is other government aid available for small businesses?
A. The Federal Reserve has created the Main Street Lending Program for small and mid-sized businesses. It offers loans starting at $250,000 with no principal payments for two years. The SBA is also making what are called economic injury disaster loans and grants available to businesses. Owners need to apply directly to the SBA through its website,
Source: The San Diego Union Tribune – Joyce M. Rosenberg.
From Assemblymember Weber: CORONAVIRUS: Important Information, Updates, and Services July 10, 2020
California Reopening put on pause.
As California has entered Phase 3 of reopening, we have seen a rise in Covid-19 cases. This week, San Diego County health officials issued new health guidelines that will be in effect until further notice. We must take active steps to ensure that we are protecting our community and ourselves by putting a pause on some actions that have increased the spread of the virus. Please continue to practice the safety guidelines and tips that help stop the spread of Covid-19.

Furthermore, in San Diego County, masks are required when leaving your home and when within 6 feet of another person outside of your family. Remember, we all play a role in protecting our most vulnerable populations and keeping California safe.
Have you recovered from COVID-19? Your Plasma could save lives.
Local hospitals are in need of plasma for COVID-19 patients (called convalescent plasma). The antibodies in the plasma of people who have recovered from the virus have helped some patients recover. However, the current supply of this plasma has been in high demand in the last week to the extent that the current inventory will not meet the needs of patients over the coming days. Therefore, if you recovered from COVID -19, we need your help!

To find out more information on how to qualify for convalescent plasma donation, please visit:
Employment Development Department (EDD) Assistance
The California EDD has made tremendous progress in assisting and paying out an incredible amount of Californians' employment benefits. However, with COVID-19 continuing to devastate California's economy, many of you are still out of work and need assistance. We want to help! If you, or someone you know, reside in the 79th Assembly District and are struggling with EDD filings relating to either general Unemployment Insurance (UI), Pandemic Unemployment Assistance(PUA) or Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (PEUC), please contact my District Office, so that we can help you. Click here for assistance or call (619) 531-7913.
Could you use an extra $365 for groceries? (P-EBT Update)
If your kids usually receive free or reduced-price meals at school, your family and you may be eligible for Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) benefits of up to $365 per child. P-EBT cards can be used to buy food at most grocery stores as well as online through Amazon and Walmart. Once your card is received, you have a full year to spend the benefits.

What families need to know:

  1. If your children receive free or reduced-price meals at school but you have not received a P-EBT card, you can apply before the July 15 deadline
  2. These benefits are in ADDITION to "grab and go" meals and other emergency food distributions offered by schools and community centers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  3. P-EBT and school meals are not considered "public charge" benefits and do not affect immigration status.
Governor Newsom proclaims July 2020 "All Small Business Month!"
This week Governor Newsom issued a proclamation declaring July 2020, "California for All Small Business Month," encouraging Californians to help small businesses in their communities operate safely during the pandemic.

The state's new campaign, Calling All Californians: #ShopSafeShopLocal, partners with industry-leading companies, such as Nextdoor, Google, and UPS to connect California's small business owners with critical tools and resources to help them adapt to new consumer and market demands and create safer shopping experiences by improving their online presence.
Have you prepared your Taxes yet?
The deadline to file both state and federal taxes has been pushed back to July 15, 2020. This applies to 2019 tax returns, 2019 tax return payments, 2020 1st and 2nd quarter estimated payments, 2020 LLC taxes and fees, and 2020 non-wage withholding payments. If you have not filed your taxes yet, you may be eligible to have them filed for FREE!
Census 2020 is HERE!
Every 10 years, a census of the population is conducted to determine how billions of dollars in funding are distributed to each state and local community for the next 10 years. Did you know that each individual counted in California brings $1,250 in resources? These funds help provide infrastructure, health care services, jobs, schools, roads and bridges.

The deadline to complete the 2020 Census has been extended due to the coronavirus pandemic, so please remember to complete the Census. You can also find information about Census 2020 in San Diego County.
Small Business Stimulus Grant
SD County's new grant program is available for local businesses impacted by COVID-19.
SBDC advisory services are available to help guide your business through the process. Sign up here for your free consultation.
Save Energy with a Smart Thermostat for Your Business
We understand that it can be difficult to reduce your business’ monthly energy bill, but did you know incorporating smart thermostats in your business can help save both energy and money? Smart thermostats allow businesses to have greater control over energy use because temperatures can be controlled remotely. Businesses can run energy-efficient schedules and optimize their system performance, leading to a more predictable monthly bill.

When you participate in SDG&E’s Business Smart Thermostat Program, SDG&E will remotely adjust your thermostat(s) when an event day is called when demand for energy is highest. For every smart thermostat you register (up to 4 qualified thermostats), SDG&E will give you $50 for each thermostat you buy. Find out if you qualify at
Chamber Members Open for Business
Restaurants Offering Outdoor Dining
Support Your Local Restaurants - They Would Love to See You!
Anthony's Fish Grotto
Dine by the Lake and enjoy the ambiance from 11:30am - 8pm.
9530 Murray Drive in La Mesa

Cucina Basilico
Patio service Tuesdays - Sundays: 4.30pm-9 pm
(619) 825-3171
7200 Parkway Dr. in La Mesa
Hooleys Public House
Dine under the (3) tents right by the restaurant.
Tue - Thur 4 - 9 pm | Fri 4 - 10 pm | Sat 11 am - 10 pm | Sun 11 am - 7 pm
5500 Grossmont Center Dr. #277
(619) 713-6900 |

Little Roma
Dine on the patio that surrounds the restaurant.
Mon - Sat: 11am - 9pm | Sun: 4pm - 8:30pm
5575 Baltimore Drive, Suite 104 in La Mesa
(619) 461-7000 |
Take Out / Delivery
Anthony's Fish Grotto
Takeout & dine-in: 11:30am - 8pm
Retail market: 11:30am -7pm
9530 Murray Drive in La Mesa

BJs Restaurant and Brewhouse
Delivery: 11am - 11:30pm
Curbside Pickup: 11am - 9pm
5500 Grossmont Drive
(619) 589-7222 |

Brew Coffee Spot
Online Ordering & Pickup
(619) 246-1244
6101 Lake Murray Blvd. in La Mesa

Cali Comfort BBQ
Take out: 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. 7 days a week.
8910 Troy Street in Spring Valley

Cucina Basilico
Takeout: 4:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
(619) 825-3171.
7200 Parkway Dr. in La Mesa

Dream Dinners
Easy, Homemade Meals
5208 Jackson Dr #116 - La Mesa
(619) 460-6800 |

Edible Arrangements
Free delivery! 8237 La Mesa Blvd. in La Mesa
(619) 464-1111 |

El Pollo Loco
10 a.m. - 10 p.m. for drive through meals.
4990 Baltimore Drive in La Mesa
(619) 797-1956 |

Himalayan Cuisine
Take out: 11 a.m.- 9 p.m. Sunday - Thursday
Friday & Saturday: 11am - 10pm
(619) 461-2503
7918 El Cajon Blvd #P in La Mesa

Hooleys Public House
Patio dining, takeout & delivery
Tue - Thur 4 - 9 pm | Fri 4 - 10 pm | Sat 11 am - 10 pm | Sun 11 am - 7 pm
5500 Grossmont Center Dr. #277
(619) 713-6900 |

Little Roma
Patio dining or delivery.
Mon - Sat: 11am - 9pm | Sun: 4pm - 8:30pm
Delivery hours: M-Sat 11am- 9pm | Sun 4-8:30pm
5575 Baltimore Drive, Suite 104 in La Mesa
(619) 461-7000 |
Los Pinos Taco Shop
Takeout: Mon - Sat 10:30am - 9pm.
Sunday 4 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
(619) 462-5031
5646 Lake Murray Blvd in La Mesa

Marie Callender's
Takeout: 11am - 8pm
(619) 465-1910.
6950 Alvarado Rd. in San Diego

Nonno's Ristorante Italiano
Open to dine in with reservations, as well as pick up or carry out orders.
5314 Baltimore Drive in La Mesa
(619) 337-9559 |

Red Lobster
Takeout: Sun - Thurs: 11am - 10pm, Fri & Sat: 11am - 11pm
(619) 463-4449 | 8703 Murray Drive in La Mesa
Free delivery when ordering at:

San Pasqual Winery
Monday - Friday: 12 - 6 PM
Saturday & Sunday: 12 - 5 PM
We have one patio table, and continue to sell bottles - order online or call ahead. Visit La Mesa Wine Works, for service on our spacious patio!
8364 La Mesa Blvd. in La Mesa
(619) 462-1797 |

Surf Rider Pizza Co.
Takeout: Tuesday - Sunday 11:30am - 7:30pm
8381 La Mesa Blvd. in La Mesa
(619) 340-1270 |

The Lunch Box Cafe and Deli
We're open for dine-in service, takeout or delivery!
Tuesday to Friday: 7:30am - 2:00pm
Saturday: 7:30am - 1:00pm
8751 La Mesa Blvd. in La Mesa
(619) 463-4013 |

The Regal Bar
8344 La Mesa Blvd. in La Mesa
(619) 469-1633

Valley Farm Market
Fresh meat, chicken and fish, as well as milk, eggs, bread and fresh produce. Products are available on a “first come, first served” basis.
9040 Campo Rd. in Spring Valley
(619) 463-9595 |

For our Coronavirus Updates & Resources page,
including links to our recent email blasts - visit:

We are Here for You!
Thank you for your support!

Mary England
President & CEO
Cell: 619-251-7730
La Mesa Chamber of Commerce ∙ 8080 La Mesa Blvd. Ste. 212 ∙ La Mesa, California 91942