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egan as an important link in the 1800s as part of the Southern California stagecoach network. Since then it has become a family-oriented community. Visitors enjoy golf, tennis, racquetball, swimming, volleyball, batting cages, softball and more than 50 miles of trails for horseback riding, hiking, jogging, running and walking.   You can hop on the Poway Trolley and enjoy a variety of shopping centers, restaurants, theaters and retail shops.  The climate is mild, and there is 140 acres of developed parkland, Lake Poway recreational area and nearly 3000 acres of dedicated public open space. Poway is located just east of Interstate 15, about twenty miles north east of San Diego.  Poway is often referred to as "The City in the Country".
Attractions include Old Poway Park, a 5 acre site showcasing turn-of-the-century buildings, walking trails, gazebo, restaurant, Heritage Museum and working period 
steam locomotivesThe Poway Center for the Performing Arts host professional and community entertainment.   The Blue Sky Ecological Reserve, a pristine canyon set aside for wildlife by the State Department of Fish and Game.  Lake Poway & Clyde E. Rexrode Wilderness area, stocked for fishing, the 50 acre lake features sailing, boating, play areas, picnic grounds and trails.

Poway Schools: Poway Unified School District
Poway City Offices : City of Poway
  Chamber of Commerce
Emergency Phone Numbers: Sheriff: 911
  Fire: 911
  SDG&E:  800-611-7343
  Water:  858-668-4401
Poway Utilities: SDG&E: 800-411-7343
  Water:  858-668-4401
  Time Warner Cable:  858-695-3220
  Cox Cable:  866-939-3173
  Hazardous Waste Disposal:  858-694-7000



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