Lomita, San Diego

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Lomita is a neighborhood in the southeastern area of San Diego, California. It is bounded by Meadowbrook Drive to the west, Skyline Drive to the south, Cardiff Street to the east, and Jamacha Road to the north. Neighboring communities are Encanto, Paradise Hills, the city of Lemon Grove and the unincorporated community of Spring Valley. Major thoroughfares in the neighborhood include San Vicente Street and Worthington Avenue.

Lomita Village was largely built in the early 1950s and held a large military family population.[1] Lomita is a largely residential district, with some small-scale commercial development.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Lomita Village. City of San Diego.
  2. ^ Skyline-Paradise Hills community plan. City of San Diego.