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Customs and Border Protection at the San Ysidro Port of Entry has an important announcement or those traveling through the port from Wednesday at 9:00 p.m. to Thursday at 3:00 a.m.:

The San Diego County Air Pollution Control District (District) is accepting applications between July 5 - 22, 2022, from owners and operators of heavy-duty diesel trucks through the Prop 1B Goods Movement Emission Reduction Program (GMERP). Approximately $1.6 million is available for this program, but applicants must act fast!

As of May 24, new statewide regulations prohibit watering decorative grass in common areas of subdivisions and homeowners associations, as well as on commercial, industrial, and institutional properties.

Proposed CARB Mandate will Disrupt California-Mexico Supply Chains Otay Mesa is home to California’s largest commercial land port of entry with an estimated 7,000-9,000 truck crossings per day (3,500-4,500 northbound and 3,500-4,500 southbound). Otay Mesa has a unique trucking community, which travels to the maritime ports in the Los Angeles area and works with large manufacturers in Baja ...

Check out the Verizon Unique Business portal that offers various courses for small business such as "Planning for the unexpected: building resiliency into your business"

The Small Business Digital Alliance (SBDA), a new public-private co-sponsorship between the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) and Business Forward, Inc., published a comprehensive suite of free resources to help small businesses expand their customer base, manage their growth, find and retain talent, and enter new markets. The SBDA previously announced its first slate of events and national ...

The new Trusted Traveler Program Center will open this month -March 28th-in Otay Mesa. You will now be able to park in the Center and trade related activities will also be available to the public in this new CBP commercial facility. This major accomplishment marks another important phase within the Otay Mesa Modernization Program.

CaliBaja is the largest integrated economic zone along the U.S.-Mexico border. CaliBaja is home to 7 million inhabitants and has a regional GDP of $250 billion and an estimated $70 billion in cross border trade flows. The CaliBaja region comprises the two southernmost counties in California (San Diego and Imperial County) and the six Mexican of Baja California (Ensenada, Mexicali, Rosarito, San ...

San Diego County has a grant opportunity for micro businesses that earn less than 50,000 year, have five or fewer employees and did NOT receive CA COVID relief funding. Learn more here.

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