The One Linda Vista movement was launched in 2015 by Bayside Community Center and local grassroots leaders to unite Linda Vista's various institutions and stakeholders in common efforts to address community identified priorities while preserving Linda Vista's cultural identity. One Linda Vista victories include:

  • Three Community Conferences each attended by hundreds of Linda Vista-based grassroots leaders, institutions, and stakeholders

  • One Linda Vista Gathering Space that supports local micro-enterprises at 6882 Linda Vista Road

  • One Linda Vista Community Room that supports about a dozen community groups and programs at 2202 Comstock Street

  • Helping to preserve the Linda Vista icon, SkateWorld, from unpopular redevelopment efforts in the neighborhood

One Linda Vista participants and supporters have included; the University of San Diego,  Linda Vista Town Council, Linda Vista Library, Montgomery Middle School, Empower Charter School, Rooted in Place, and Travis Manion Foundation, as well as elected representatives and other public officials.

Currently, the One Linda Vista movement is exploring the history and trajectory of philanthropy in Linda Vista. Stay connected for more information about upcoming events, as well as the third installment of the One Linda Vista documentary series. In the meantime, please enjoy the first two episodes below.


Episode1 : Leadership

Learn about the diversity of leadership in Linda Vista.


Episode 2: Women of Linda Vista

Meet a few of the strong women that make up our community.