Clairemont

The Clairemont Mesa community, encompassing approximately 13.3 square miles, lies south of state Route 52, west of Interstate 805, north of the Linda Vista community, and east of Interstate 5. Clairemont Mesa is one of the first post-World War II suburban developments in the City of San Diego, which is why its neighborhoods have such a strong mid-century aesthetic. Developed areas of Clairemont sit primarily atop mesas punctuated by several major canyon systems, with San Clemente Canyon to the north and Tecolote Canyon weaving through the center of the community. Many of the neighborhoods in the western portion of the community enjoy views of Mission Bay and the Pacific Ocean. There are plenty of commercial centers serving the area so residents don’t have to venture far whatever their needs might be. Access to public transit is another appeal for this centrally located city. The Mid-Coast Trolley Project, now under construction, will extend the Blue Line Trolley from Downtown San Diego to the Clairemont community and beyond to the University community – connecting major activity centers such as Old Town, UC San Diego, and Westfield UTC.

No matter your walk of life, you’re sure to find this vibrant and diverse community welcoming

School District

San Diego Unified School District is the school district that was founded in 1854. As of today it represents more than 200 institutions and has over 15,800 employees. The city of Clairemont has numerous educational facilities for children and adults alike.

Parks and Recreation

Clairemont offers plenty of options for those that like to get outdoors. Whether hiking through its cast canyons or having a picnic in a park, there are green spaces for everyone (and their pets). Get outdoors and take advantage of all that Clairemont and its surrounding neighborhoods have to offer. 

Restaurants and Groceries

The Clairemont Mesa food scene is one of the most diverse in all of San Diego. Whatever you’re craving, you won’t be disappointed in this community although you may have trouble deciding where to go as the options are seemingly limitless.

 

Lodging

While the infrastructure of Clairemont has been designed with full-time residents in mind, there are hotel accommodations to be found. There is also a multitude of short-term rentals and easy freeway access makes for a short drive to Hotel Circle where temporary guests may prefer to stay.

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