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Vista is a suburban city in North San Diego County, with 100,686 residents. Residents rave about their city. They call it a little beach city.

Welcome to Vista, San Diego, California

Vista is a suburban city in North San Diego County, with 100,686 residents. Residents rave about their city. They call it a little beach city almost linked to the beach about 20 minutes away. Equally distant is a popular mall, parks, restaurants, cafes, shopping centers, and places to enjoy.
The Pacific Ocean breeze seems to waft in a special aura that gives people joy in life and working hard. They see their city as shining brightly through the times that calling this a community is an understatement.

Ideal location

The medium-sized city of Vista, "view" in Spanish, on the Southern California coast, is part of the San Diego area-Carlsbad CA Metropolitan Area, including unincorporated north and east parts of San Diego County. Just 11 km from the Pacific Ocean, Vista has a pleasant Mediterranean-like climate for most of the year, except in January and February.

Diverse people, one community

Vista was born from the lands of Rancho Buena Vista and Rancho Guajome in October 1882, starting with a post office. Incorporated into San Diego in 1963, it was chartered as a city on June 13, 2007.
Vista is populated by White, African American, Native American, Asian, Pacific Islander, Hispanic, Latino, and other races.

Places to go and Things to do

The hardworking residents of Vista are not without fun and relaxation after work, on weekends, or on holidays. There are a lot of wonderful sites to enjoy. Life is surely not all-work-no-play in Vista.

Vista's beginnings

The Vista Historical Society Museum is a sample of Spanish mission architecture, constructed during Vista's rural beginnings. The Rancho Guajome Adobe, originally a private estate is another example of Spanish colonial architecture. The 22-room house is more than 150 years old and located in a 100-acre park that is open to the public.
The Antique Gas and Steam Engine Museum, an almost 60-acre display of steam-powered tractors displays the motors used by farmers in days past. Sharing the area is the Short Track RR Model Railroad Club, a favorite of aficionados of model railroads.

Outdoors in Nature

Like most Southern Californians, Vista has its green spaces, local flowers, and fauna in Alta Vista Botanical Gardens. The Gardens also support local artists with occasional exhibits of their works. The Brengle Terrace Park, albeit located downtown, has tennis, basketball, and bocce courts for a good after-work workout. With open green spaces and hillsides if you just want to walk amidst fresh air!

Culture and Art

San Diego's biggest little theater, the Broadway Theater is an award-winning community venue featuring live entertainment shows. The Moonlight Amphitheatre presents four Broadway musical performances by the Moonlight Stage Productions every summer.


A great cooling off during sizzling summer days is offered by the Wave Waterpark, with pools of slides, a lazy river, wave machine, water rapids, lessons for swimming, water polo, and mermaid classes on-site. The Air Vista Trampoline Park has a dodgeball court and trampolines everywhere, a Vista visitor flies from the trampoline to splash in the water.

Family activity

Extra physical family activity can be had on Boomers, a chain of quality amusement centers with facilities parents seek to use up their kids' energies. There are go-carts, bumper boats, laser tag, mini-golf, and batting cages. The Wall Climbing Gym has indoor rock climbing and ninja warrior activities, alongside obstacle course training, acroyoga, and Budokan for a fun-filled exciting visit.

Shopping and Dining

The Vista Farmers Market is a selling venue for more than 50 local farmers. Stalls vend all sorts of vegetables and fruits, manned by the farmers themselves. Artisans also sell bread, pastries, and salsas.
Vista, nicknamed North County's hidden gem for shopping has various shopping areas. Colorful independently-owned retail stores featuring floral arrangements, arts, crafts, vintage clothing, specialty items, general merchandise, etc. making a wide array of items for an enjoyable shopping experience! Add easy parking access equal a relaxed atmosphere in a timeless old-city-charm.
Vista has just lots of tasty food. You can find something delectable anywhere in the city, from the strip malls to the gentrified downtown — Italian, pizza and pasta, barbecue joints, deli restaurants, taverns, Mediterranean and European dishes, the ever-present Mexican restaurants, Vietnamese Pho and many other delicacies.
Microbreweries abound in Vista. There are many success stories about these breweries now having tasting rooms mostly downtown, serving brews favored over time. Some established taverns serve grilled food, vegetarian menus, and open-air patios.

Employment Scene

Although only 26% of Vista residents have some college degree and one-third have only a high school degree, the 2021 unemployment rate for Vista was 7.3%, lower than California's 7.5%.
Employment sites list more than 30,000 job opportunities in Vista and the city government. The most common job types are in retail trade, manufacturing, construction and utilities, and scientific and technical services.

Quality Education

The Vista Unified School District, to which Vista belongs with Carlsbad and San Marcus, has 15 elementary, 5 middle, and 3 high schools, served by 1,100 teachers and 1,200 support staff.

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