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Normal Heights Village is located on the east side of the Normal Heights neighborhood in San Diego, California. The south side commercial corridor of El Cajon Boulevard is lined with many local businesses that residents of the area can reach on foot while out walking with their dogs. Local cafes, restaurants, shops, convenience stores, and other services are situated on this pedestrian-friendly street. 


Normal Heights Village is only a 10-minute commute northwest of the city’s downtown core and there are plenty of local pet services within a short drive.  


Dog walkers in the region enjoy warm, dry weather most of the year. Short-lived overcast, foggy, and rainy periods can occur in the spring, but wet weather is rare during the rest of the year. Summer days can be extremely hot and may necessitate adjusting your schedule to walk at cooler times of the day. Winters are cool, but mild with temperatures well above freezing and icy conditions don't prevent outings with your dog.

Terrain in Normal Heights Village
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Normal Heights Village is a subsection of the larger Normal Heights neighborhood. Normal Heights Village is the area located on the east of the larger community and just west of Interstate 15, north of El Cajon Boulevard. This is a developed urban residential neighborhood with streets laid out in a simple, traditional grid pattern and sidewalks present along roads, making it easy for pedestrians to get around the area without getting turned around or having to share the roads with vehicles.  


The terrain is flat and there are no steep hills to trek up in hot summer weather which could cause additional stress to people and pets who may become overexerted in the heat.


Dwellings in the area are closely set with some drought-tolerant landscaping, but limited greenery and vegetation on small residential properties. Many homes feature Spanish style architecture and consist of single-family detached dwellings or low rise apartment buildings.

Greenways in Normal Heights Village
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Neighborhoods in San Diego have an average of:
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Normal Heights Village is situated just south of Ward Canyon Park. This greenway has open grassy areas, a circular paved playspace, seating, and a basketball court. Paved walking paths around the park are ideal for your leashed pet. Local canines will also enjoy the off-leash dog park located here. The surface of the dog park is shredded bark, so wear good footwear and, if your dog has sensitive paws, perhaps doggie boots would be in order. Shade is limited in the park and you should bring your own water supply and waste disposal bags.

Just a few blocks to the south, Normal Heights Village residents can reach Teralta Park on foot. The interstate runs under the park through a tunnel and the park provides access to communities to the east. There is an open grassy area, a paved walking path, around the perimeter for strolls with your pet, and gazebos to take a short break when needed in this greenway.

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