Normal Heights

Normal Heights is centrally located in San Diego’s hills above Mission Valley. Its borders are defined by Interstate 805 to the West, Interstate 8 to the North, Interstate 15 to the East, and El Cajon Boulevard to the South.

About Normal Heights

Steve and Victoria Gore Welcome You to Normal Heights Normal Heights is centrally located in San Diego's hills above Mission Valley. Its borders are defined by Interstate 805 to the West, Interstate 8 to the North, Interstate 15 to the East, and El Cajon Boulevard to the South. The majority of "typical" neighborhood businesses are located along Adams Avenue. Some residents define the western border as the bridge where Adams Avenue crosses over Texas Street nine blocks west of Interstate 805; those who accept I-805 as the western border refer to the area between the bridge and the interstate as "Between Heights" because it is east of University Heights, whose eastern border is marked by the bridge, and west of Normal Heights (as defined by the western border being I-805). Like other urban mesa neighborhoods north of Balboa Park, Normal H

Steve and Victoria Gore Welcome You to Normal Heights

Normal Heights is centrally located in San Diego's hills above Mission Valley. Its borders are defined by Interstate 805 to the West, Interstate 8 to the North, Interstate 15 to the East, and El Cajon Boulevard to the South. The majority of "typical" neighborhood businesses are located along Adams Avenue. Some residents define the western border as the bridge where Adams Avenue crosses over Texas Street nine blocks west of Interstate 805; those who accept I-805 as the western border refer to the area between the bridge and the interstate as "Between Heights" because it is east of University Heights, whose eastern border is marked by the bridge, and west of Normal Heights (as defined by the western border being I-805).

Like other urban mesa neighborhoods north of Balboa Park, Normal Heights has a high rate of pedestrian activity relative to the rest of San Diego. Three important neighborhood events take place in Normal Heights: The Adams Avenue Roots Festival, The Adams Avenue Street Fair, and Art Around Adams. TheAdams Avenue Roots Festival is typically held the last weekend in April, featuring American, Latin, British, and various other European folk styles played live for free. The Adams Avenue Street Fair, Southern California's largest free music festival, is typically held the last weekend in September. Art Around Adamsis a local community art event where unique and talented artists showcase their work inside and outside interesting little businesses and spaces along Adams Avenue. The stretch of Adams Avenue between Texas Street on the west and Ohio Street on the east is sometimes referred to as Antique Row, due to the large quantity of antique stores along that stretch.


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Population by Age Level. Median Age 37.73. Households: 7,738.

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Education is provided by public, private and home schools. State governments set overall educational standards, often mandate standardized tests for K–12 public school systems and supervise, usually through a board of regents, state colleges, and universities. Funding comes from the state, local, and federal government. Private schools are generally free to determine their own curriculum and staffing policies, with voluntary accreditation available through independent regional accreditation authorities, although some state regulation can apply.

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