Solana Beach Sun congratulates city on special milestone

The Solana Beach Sun extends our sincere congratulations to the city of Solana Beach and its residents on all that has been accomplished over the last 25 years since the city incorporated.

This special section was created to commemorate the city’s 25th anniversary, which will be celebrated with a number of events (see schedule at right on this page). Throughout this section you will find photos and stories on just a few of the many accomplishments that have occurred in Solana Beach over the past quarter century.

Thank you for sharing your remarkable stories and helping us cover your city — it is a true honor to be part of this unique community.

Related posts:

  1. Solana Beach Civic and Historical Society collecting photos for city’s 25th anniversary
  2. Solana Beach and Del Mar fire department, city of Solana Beach finalists for Golden Watchdog Awards
  3. Solana Beach City Hall Gallery features flower art
  4. Solana Beach: Couple sues city of Solana Beach, Santa Fe Irrigation District
  5. Solana Beach: Air Force master sergeant landed in Solana Beach

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