The City of Poway has community, recreational and neighborhood parks that offer amenities including fishing, sports fields, playgrounds and a skate park.
The historical marker project was designed to safeguard the City's historical heritage and to foster civic pride in the character and accomplishments of Poway's past.
Several trees in Poway have been designated as Heritage Trees by the City Council. A Heritage Tree is a tree on public property or public right-of-way that has historic or cultural significance. The Poway Oak was the City’s first Heritage Tree.
The Poway Housing Authority provides the community with a variety of housing options, including high-quality, multi-family and single-family homes affordable to very low, low and moderate income households.
Water Conservation Landscape Conversion
As part of the ongoing Water Conservation Program, the City of Poway has identified areas at City facilities and parks where turf can be removed to reduce water use.
Hike, Bike, and Ride Poway
The City of Poway trails system has more than 55 miles of some of the finest trails in Southern California. Our trails are excellent for hiking, biking, and horseback riding.