Black Mountain Ranch News & Stories

Green-haired Black Mountain residents file lawsuit

Corroded copper plumbing the culprit

Fred Maas, a San Diegan known for sustainable communities and clean technologies, spearheaded the developmet of the 5100-acre Black Mountain Ranch, an upscale development east of Fairbanks Ranch. But two couples who live there have ...

Did an unwritten city policy result in death?

“Public servants only care about their pensions.”

Traffic Engineering division plays it street-smart — no emails

Too close to Rancho Santa Fe

What kind of business can you run on Artesian Road?

Depending on who is telling the story, Darryl L. Hronek is either building storage for the business on his property or being harassed by a vindictive neighbor who is using the county's code enforcement unit ...

Trail blazed. Let's ride.

"It's great what people will do for a free hamburger."

On January 31, about 120 volunteers cut and shaped a new trail in the Black Mountain Open Space. City park rangers, including Joe DeWolf, guided the volunteers on the epic work day that left the ...

North Slope Black Mountain

After many years of awkward accessibility, or no access at all, the north slope of Black Mountain once again welcomes hikers (and their four-legged companions). The new, improved access to the Miner’s Ridge Loop Trail ...

Hike to summit of Black Mountain

Climb Black Mountain in Rancho Peñasquitos for an inclusive view of San Diego's ancient marine terraces.

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