Rolando Park, San Diego CA
The neighborhood is predominantly single-family homes along curving streets, with some multi-family homes near the strip commercial development along College Avenue and University Avenue.
The homes in Rolando Park reflect the mid-century modern approach to architecture. After World War II, residential architecture was designed to be simple and built quickly: usually one-story tract homes that emphasized horizontal lines; lots of windows; an easy, open flow from room to room; and a smooth transition from indoors to outdoors.
The Rolando Park Community Council (RPCC) was formed in November of 2003 and incorporated with the California Secretary of State in May of 2004 with the objectives of:
(1) Promoting the welfare of the community and the citizens within,
(2) Securing adequate representation before any legislative body dealing with the education, security and well being of our community, and
(3) Serving as a channel of communications between public & private bodies and the community.
The RPCC is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit, non-commercial, non-sectarian, non-discriminatory and non-partisan organization. Membership is available to any individuals who subscribe to the Objectives and Basic Policies of the Council and who live, work, or own property within the boundaries of the Council, without regard to race, color, creed, gender, sexual orientation, or national origin under such rules and regulations, not in conflict with the provisions of the Council’s Bylaws.
North: University Avenue
South: State Route 94
East: The City of La Mesa / 69th Street
West: College Avenue
Date: The SECOND Monday of every month except July and August (unless otherwise noted in the Reporter and this website)
Time: 7:00pm to 8:30pm
Location: Rolando Park Elementary School Room 25
Address: 6620 Marlowe Drive, San Diego, CA 92115