Relocating to San Diego

The county is divided into 6 regions: North Coastal, North Inland, Central Coastal, Central San Diego, East County and South Bay.

View a Map of the County. Click on specific regions for a more detailed map. Click on a city or neighborhood for a brief description of the city or neighborhood, including: zip code, population, median income, local school districts, census data and crime rates.

For more detailed information on a particular city, visit the city’s individual home page. City home pages are easily accessible through the San Diego Association of Governments. Click on links. Click on the name of the city.

The City of San Diego

The City of San Diego is also divided into regions: Northeastern, Northern, Eastern, Western, Mid-City, Southeastern and Southern. For a map and listing of all the neighborhoods in the city of San Diego, see San Diego County CA Data & Peer Group Rankings.

San Diego State University

San Diego State University is located in the central San Diego region, near the border of East County. The neighborhood immediately around the university is called the College Area. SDSU is within an easy drive to all the major arteries in San Diego. In fact, the north-side of SDSU is bordered by Interstate 8. For a map showing the location of SDSU, see SDSU Location and Directions. You will also be able to view a map of the campus through this Web page.

Employee Benefits

For a list of the major benefits offered to California State University staff, see Benefits.

Local Information

for local information including: rentals, real estate, housing, entertainment and other services, see San Diego County CA Data & Peer Group Rankings.

Schools or School Districts

You will be able to find information, including SAT scores, ratio of pupils to instructor, etc., about particular schools and/or school districts by visiting the following Web pages.

Statistical and Demographic Information on San Diego

For statistical and demographical information, including median house prices, data on private schools, etc., see California QuickFacts from the US Census Bureau.