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Welcome to The Grande South at Santa Fe Place Homeowners Association
Professionally Managed by Action Property Management



The Grande South Homeowners Association
1199 Pacific Highway, San Diego, CA 92101
Phone: (619) 236-1122  /  Fax: (619) 236-1436  

General Manager
Corinne Marrinan

Assistant Manager
Aileen Ryan 


Action Property Management, Inc
2603 Main Street, Suite 500, Irvine, CA 92614
Phone: (800) 400-2284  /  Fax: (949) 450-0303

Board of Directors' Meeting Notice 
July Board of Directors Meeting  

Please be notified that the Board of Directors will be holding a Board Meeting on Tuesday, July 28, 2015.

Executive Session Meeting: 3:30P.M. in the Conference Room

Regular Session Meeting: 6:00P.M. in the Lounge

All owners are invited to attend the Regular Session Board Meeting. If you are an owner and would like to address the Board of Directors in Regular Session, please complete the Request To Speak form and return it to the on site management office. These forms are also available at the time of the meeting.

We look forward to seeing you!

posted: 6/26/2015
Manager's Messages 
Increased Homeless Population  

The homeless population in downtown San Diego has increased 26% since this time last year.  According the Union-Tribune in an article published May 27th, downtown San Diego has 833 unsheltered people.  Kris Michell with the Downtown San Diego Partnership and Councilmember Todd Gloria have both commented that organizations in downtown are working to mitigate this issue.


Since over 60% of the homeless population in downtown are not from San Diego County, officials are trying to figure out what is bringing them here.   One man interviewed said that he conducted a Google search for  the best cities for homeless people, and San Diego made the list.  Another said he was given a bus ticket to San Diego by a friend.  With the increased number of homeless downtown, there aren't currently enough shelters and services available for them.


There are several ways you can help and provide clothing, food, toiletries, donate money, and volunteer to help the homeless community in San Diego.  The San Diego Police Department urges people NOT to offer money, food, clothing, etc. to homeless people you see on the street.  Instead, contact a local service like those listed below to assist them in helping the homeless population in San Diego. 


Father Joe’s Villages—

United Way—

San Diego Rescue Mission—


We also work closely with Clean and Safe to escort homeless people off of building property and remove grocery carts and other items left on The Grande South property.   Clean and Safe can be reached at 619-234-8900, or you can file a report online at:


posted: 6/26/2015
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