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July 22, 2020 – Liberty Station Businesses Take Classes Outside
 
Did you catch Liberty Station in the news? As additional restrictions were placed on indoor operations in San Diego last week, businesses at Liberty Station moved fast to adapt, taking their classes outside. YogaSixPoint Loma Sports ClubSan Diego BalletSan Diego Craft CollectiveFig Tree Café / Eggies, and SPARKCYCLE are among those featured in the media over the weekend. Check out the coverage here:
 
 
As restrictions continue to evolve, we are here to support Liberty Station businesses in every way we can, from our fitness and dance studios to our eateries, shops, and more. Stay strong, San Diego!

July 7, 2020 – Eateries update   

San Diego public health officials ordered to halt all indoor operations starting today which directly impacts Liberty Station eateries. Outdoor dining is still be permitted as is delivery and takeout. In addition to the outdoor dining eateries here already provide, Liberty Station is substantially increasing the amount of outdoor seating throughout the property with socially distant public seating strategically placed in promenades and courtyards near various restaurants and retailers. Liberty Station’s outdoor dining extensions are in place and will continue to grow as needed. All tables will be cleaned according to prevailing heath standards.
 
We are committed to diligently working to provide reopening relief for Liberty Station restauranteurs and small businesses. We still ask guests to follow San Diego County COVID-19 related guidelines when at Liberty Station which include wearing facial coverings, washing your hands often, social distancing, staying home if you feel ill, and not engaging in unnecessary physical contact.
 
We continue to closely monitor guidance from the California Department of Health and City of San Diego to adjust to changes like these. We are happy to answer any questions you may have and can be reached at info@libertystation.com. For the latest regarding the coronavirus in San Diego County, please visit coronavirus-sd.com.
 
You can learn more about the open eateries at Liberty Station by visiting the link here.

May 29, 2020 – Stay Safe, Liberty Station
 
Liberty Station Community Association is excited to welcome back guests safely to the property as more businesses onsite begin to open up in addition to our eateries starting to offer dining in as an option.
 
We care deeply about our community and want to continue to maintain a comfortable, safe environment for visitors as we have throughout this unprecedented time. The well-being of our guests as well as businesses and staff on the property is our top priority. That being said, we ask guests to follow San Diego County COVID-19 related guidelines when at Liberty Station, which include:
  • Wear facial coverings

  • Wash your hands often and avoid touching your face

  • Maintain a six-foot distance from non-household members

  • Return home if you have a cough or fever

  • Do not shake hands or engage in unnecessary physical contact

We continue to closely monitor guidance from the California Department of Health and City of San Diego as we move further into the re-opening phases. We are happy to answer any questions you may have and can be reached at info@libertystation.com.
 
You can learn more about the open eateries at Liberty Station and their take-out as well as dine-in offerings by visiting the link here.
 
For up-to-date information on our public park next door, NTC Park, please visit https://www.sandiego.gov/park-and-recreation.
 
For the latest regarding the coronavirus in San Diego County, please visit coronavirus-sd.com.

May 22, 2020 – Safe reopening, Stage 2
 
We’re are happy to share the state has approved San Diego County to move further into Stage 2 of the safe reopening plan, allowing in-person customers at restaurants and retail businesses, with modifications. Businesses will do so while following guidance as well as complete and post their safe reopening plans. For more on the specific dine-in as well as in-store plans, visit https://www.sandiegocounty.gov/coronavirus.html.
 
For information on Liberty Station businesses, visit our open eateries pagesubscribe to our newsletter, and follow us on social media (FacebookInstagramTwitter). For the most up-to-date information on a specific business at Liberty Station, please contact the business directly.
 
Stay safe, San Diego!

May 6, 2020 – The Loma Club

We are pleased to share The Loma Club, a historic nine-hole par-three golf course at Liberty Station, has reopened. This decision follows the City of San Diego’s announcement to open all golf courses this month with modified operations.
 
Formerly known as the Sail Ho Golf Course when it was built in the early 1900s, The Loma Club and its new operators You & Yours Distilling Co. look forward to welcoming patrons back to the lush greenery with panoramic views of the downtown San Diego skyline and harbor. The Loma Club’s modified operations will consist of temporary hours from 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. daily, mandatory masks wearing for entry and a strong advisory to book tee times in advance.
 
For more information and to book your time, visit http://thelomaclub.com/.

April 29, 2020 – The San Diego Foundation

We’re excited to share The San Diego Foundation, located in Liberty Station, approved $5 million to support short-term, interest-free loans to San Diego County nonprofit organizations impacted by COVID-19.
 
This investment from The Foundation compliments a separate, recently approved $5 million supporting small businesses located in unincorporated areas of the county. The combined investment seeds the new San Diego County COVID-19 Small Business and Nonprofit Loan Program (SBNLP), which is administered by The San Diego Foundation.
 
Through SBNLP, The San Diego Foundation will provide interest-free loans to nonprofits located anywhere in San Diego County, particularly for those providing front-line care to affected communities, with a preference for those serving communities that are disproportionately affected by this global pandemic and its economic consequences.
 
To learn more about The San Diego Foundation’s response to COVID-19, their Community Response Fund, SBNLP, how to donate, and how to seek a grant, visit SDFoundation.org/COVID19.

April 15, 2020 – Stay Connected With Liberty Station

Essential businesses and those offering takeout food as well as other services at Liberty Station remain open to serve your needs. We’re updating our Eat and Shop pages with a complete listing of these businesses. You can also stay connected with ARTS DISTRICT Liberty Station at the link here.

Be sure to follow us on social media for up-to-date shares and information on Liberty Station businesses: FacebookInstagram, and Twitter. And, if you aren’t signed up already, subscribe to our weekly e-newsletter for even more Liberty Station news.

Stay safe, San Diego!


March 27, 2020 – CDC Small Business Finance

In response to the COVID-19 impact, Liberty Station tenant CDC Small Business Finance is dedicated to providing businesses the help they need, offering emergency loans and important resources on how to get relief fast for your business, employees, and family.

Important links for small businesses:

Liberty Station is proud to be home to incredible nonprofits such as CDC Small Business Finance. We are here to support their community efforts during this unprecedented time. More information can be found at CDCLoans.com.


March 26, 2020 – The San Diego Foundation:

We are pleased to share The San Diego Foundation’s recently launched San Diego COVID-19 Community Response Fund has received $6.2 million in donations thus far and continues to raise funds to address San Diegans’ growing needs amid the coronavirus outbreak. 

The San Diego Foundation, located in Liberty Station, organizes philanthropic resources to advance quality of life, increase social impact, and champion civic engagement locally. Liberty Station is proud to be The San Diego Foundation’s home and support their community efforts to maximize the impact of charitable giving during this unprecedented time.

Hosted and administered by The San Diego Foundation, the Fund receives donations and makes emergency grants to nonprofit organizations supporting impacted communities. 100% of donations go towards these nonprofits and funds will be released on a rolling basis throughout the coronavirus outbreak as well as its recovery phases.

Businesses, organizations, and individuals can donate and find additional information at SDFoundation.org/COVID19.


March 25, 2020 – Support Businesses At Liberty Station:

These Liberty Station eateries are still here to serve your needs by offering take-out and delivery services. Be sure to give them a call or check your favorite food delivery apps.

https://libertystation.com/eat-update


March 24, 2020 – Liberty Station Partners With San Diego Blood Bank:

We are pleased to share the San Diego Blood Bank in partnership with Liberty Station will be opening a temporary blood donor center in Liberty Station this week near PaneraBread. While hospitals have been asked to conserve blood, there are still people in our community who will need blood over the coming weeks. 

Our community needs you! How can you donate?

  • Dates: March 26th through May 19th 2020

  • Hours: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

  • Address: 2445 Truxton Road, Historic Building 27 - Suite 205, San Diego, CA , 92106

  • Appointments are required so proper staffing can be ensured. Visit www.sandiegobloodbank.org/libertystation to make your appointment and call 1-619-400-8251 with any questions.

Thank you in advance for being there for local patients – our friends, our neighbors, our family members. And a special thank you to Pendulum Property Partners for donating the space so our community can come together. Information about blood donation and coronavirus, including safety measures in place and travel and exposure deferrals, is updated on a daily basis at www.sandiegobloodbank.org/COVID19.


March 20, 2020 – Liberty Station’s Response To COVID-19:

Liberty Station Community Association cares deeply about our community and wants to maintain a safe, comfortable environment for visitors. The well-being of our guests as well as businesses and staff on the property is our top priority. We are closely monitoring guidance by the World Health Organization, California Department of Health, City of San Diego, and other public health organizations. We encourage the Liberty Station community to take proper health precautions where warranted which include social distancing, frequent hand-washing and taking any signs of illness seriously. Please seek medical attention as needed.

We would also like to make the community aware of the following updates in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19):

  • Liberty Station Community Association staff is working and available during this time. We can be reached at info@libertystation.com and 619-756-7992.

  • Governor Newsom released a Stay Home directive effective at midnight on March 19, 2020.  For more details on the restrictions and guidelines, click here

  • Events utilizing indoor and outdoor spaces at Liberty Station as well as the adjacent, City-run NTC Park may have been postponed or cancelled. For information about specific events, please contact the event directly or info@libertystation.com so your question can be forwarded to the appropriate party.

  • For the latest updates from businesses located at Liberty Station including restaurants, shops, and museums: As each business on the property is owned and operated independently, please contact businesses directly for their most up-to-date information. Liberty Station’s public areas remain open.

  • For the latest regarding the coronavirus in San Diego County: Please visit coronavirus-sd.com.

Thank you,

Liberty Station Community Association
Laurie Albrecht, Director
Katie Higman, Coordinator
info@libertystation.com
619-756-7992