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Located in northeast San Diego County and home to some 50,000 residents.

Welcome to Poway


Tranquil and private, a welcoming country-style community
Located in northeast San Diego County and home to some 50,000 residents, Poway is uniquely known as "The City in the Country" and prides itself on the fact that over half of the city’s 39.4 square-mile area is preserved as dedicated open space. The community offers a diverse range of housing options, an outstanding school district, a thriving business park with over 19,000 jobs, a broad range of dining and shopping opportunities, plenty of beautiful parks, 76 miles of trails, and numerous community events throughout the year.

What to Love

  • Uniquely known as “the city in the country
  • Offers a diverse range of housing options
  • Features a thriving business district

Local Lifestyle


Extraordinarily family-oriented, Poway provides numerous events for all ages, such as an Old Fashioned 4th of July celebration, Summer Concerts in the Park, Christmas in the Park, and the Youth Fishing Derby. Living here, you’ll immediately feel welcomed by the warmth of the community.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping


There’s a variety of eateries in Poway. Local favorites include Smokin J’s BBQ, offering brisket, pulled pork, and all kinds of spare-ribs, and Villa Capri Trattoria & Wine Bar, featuring a menu full of traditional Italian cooking. Kaminski’s BBQ & Sports Lounge is a beloved sports bar and American eatery for hickory-smoked BBQ, wings, sports, live music, and karaoke. Residents also visit Filhart Beef Butcher Shop regularly to purchase the area’s best cuts of beef and pork.

Things to Do


Parks and nature trails abound in Poway. Locals regularly traverse Mount Woodson Trail, a 7.3 mile, heavily trafficked track of land primarily used for hiking. Potato Chip Rock, aptly named for its flat appearance, is a natural tourist attraction located on the Mt. Woodson summit.

There’s also Lake Poway, a dam and reservoir owned by the City that was constructed between 1970 and 1972 with the purpose of storing and supplying water and providing recreational facilities to the community. Old Poway Park is a bustling park offering a Saturday farmers market, vintage train rides, a museum, and historic buildings.



Poway is served by the Poway Unified School District and contains 11 schools, including two high schools, two middle schools, seven elementary schools, and one adult school. PUSD serves approximately 36,000 students and is the third-largest school district in the county.
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