Del Sur sense of community enhanced by events, numerous amenities

Fall Festival designed to bring Del Sur residents together to foster a greater sense of neighborhood and community
Oct. 20, 2011 - PRLog -- Corhonda Bolton and her two girls were among hundreds of Del Sur residents enjoying a beautiful fall day recently during the master-planned community’s Fall Festival.

Complemented by sunny skies, cool coastal breezes and costumed kids, the event featured an abundance of family-oriented activities, including old-fashioned hayrides, carnival rides and games, music, food and more. The event was one of many hosted by the Community Services Council, all designed to bring Del Sur residents together to foster a greater sense of neighborhood and community.

“Activities like this Fall Festival add tremendously to the sense of community here because neighbors get to get together often,” Bolton said. Having moved here recently from Memphis, Bolton said her daughters, 12 and 8, love Del Sur, especially going to school with their neighbors.

“Being able to walk to school is wonderful for them,” she said, adding that it is wonderful for herself as well since she doesn’t have to drive them 40 minutes to attend private schools. Del Sur is home to the Poway Unified School District’s highly rated Del Sur Elementary and Del Norte High Schools.

“Del Sur’s green areas are great too because people take advantage of them constantly,” Bolton continued. “The kids are in the pool, the parents are barbecuing. People are spending more time at home and that’s great in this neighborhood.”

New parents Bo and Brittney Molocznik agree. “The biggest draw for Del Sur is the parks. They definitely bring the community together.”

Del Sur so far has six neighborhood parks, five with year-round swimming pools heated with solar panels. The North San Diego neighborhood is also home to 18 miles of shared trails that Del Sur residents may access easily from their homes.

The community’s Ranch House – San Diego’s first building to achieve Platinum LEED certification from the US Green Building Council – is another one-of-a-kind community asset. The Ranch House serves both as a welcome center that’s open to the public and also as an exclusive venue for events and celebrations. Only Del Sur residents may reserve the space.

Located in the coastal hills of San Diego – between interstates 5 and 15 and just north of state Route 56 – the North County community is surrounded by approximately 1,000 acres of open space and miles and miles of trails to explore.

Seven new home neighborhoods are now selling at Del Sur, with prices ranging from the high $400,000s to the $700,000s. Some 20 model homes – featuring attached, detached, single-level and multi-story floor plans– are open for tours by top homebuilders, including: Standard Pacific Homes, Shea Homes, California West Communities and Davidson Communities.

To learn more about Del Sur’s new home neighborhoods, go to or call 858-481-4200. Or visit the Ranch House from noon to 4 Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays and noon to 4 p.m. Sundays.

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