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What is the Mission Hills Business Improvement District?

The Mission Hills Business Improvement District was organized and established through the combined efforts of the local business owners and the City of San Diego’s Community and Economic Development Department in March 2004.

The purpose of the Mission Hills BID is to improve the overall business climate of the commercial area through a committee system that includes: Promotions, Economic Development, Design, and Mission Hills Parking Advisory committees.

At our monthly meetings our agenda focuses on actions that:

The Mission Hills BID consists of more than 500 business license holders within the geographic boundaries of West Lewis Street, Fort Stockton Drive and Goldfinch Street, the West Washington Street and University Avenue corridors, Reynard Way and India Street’s International Restaurant Row. 

An elected board of directors, consisting of local business owners holding a current business license within the above described boundaries, and an executive director provide a united voice for our members and give each business owner the ability to flourish.

Mission Hills BID Boundaries:

Albatross Street3959-4089
Brant Street 3936-4090
Dove Street 3911-4026
Eagle Street3926-4025
Falcon Street3103-4196
Fort Stockton Drive818-1112
Goldfinch Street3730-4070
Hawk Street3914-4019
Ibis Street4010-4285
India Street3033-3753
Ingalls Street4011-4190
Jackdaw Street3900-4300
Lark Street 4016-4067
West Lewis Street328-1753
Palmetto Way 4111-4212
Randolph Street4069-4222
Reynard Way3003-3680
Stephens Street4081-4125
Sutter Street1111-1112
West University Avenue300-1025
West Washington Street228-1794

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