Mid-City Community Advocacy Network

Mid-City Community Advocacy Network is a community collaborative based in City Heights, a dense and diverse urban community of about 95,000 people living within a 6.5 square area of San Diego.  Our mission is to create a safe, productive, and healthy community through collaboration, advocacy, and organizing.


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Youth Call for an Open & Transparent Process in Search for Next SDPD Chief

By Jose Hernandez and Paola Villarino—Mid-City CAN Youth Council The mayor’s proposal to hire the new chief of police through a secret panel is flawed and unacceptable. Mid-City CAN is part of the Coalition for Police Accountability and Transparency, urging the mayor to form a transparent search committee that includes...

Meet the Leaders of the Future: Free Our Dreams Youth Organizing Summit 2017

I’m Halima Ali. I was born in the refugee camp in Kenya because my family was running away from the war in Somalia. I came to the USA in 2004. I’m involved with this community because we need to make our voice heard and change a lot within this community....

  • Upcoming events

    Tuesday, November 14, 2017 at 05:00 PM
    4305 University Ave suite 550

    Volunteer Canvass Day!

    Wednesday, November 15, 2017 at 06:00 PM · 42 rsvps
    City Heights Center, 4305 University Avenue, Suite 640, San Diego CA 92105

    City Government 101 + Boards & Commissions Info Night

    Join us for an evening to learn about our city government structure and the role of boards and commissions. We will also share information about our upcoming boards & commissions leadership training.

    Special guest: Roberto C. Torres, Director of Communications for Councilmember Georgette Gómez, District 9

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