"Coastal 49th" is a family of beautiful neighborhoods from Del Mar to Dana Point. We share key issues and concerns that should be heard, voiced, and represented by someone who is personally invested in and loves our community.
This dynamic district comprises of cities that are rich in history, culture, great school districts, beautiful destinations, wildlife, strong communities, and incredible individuals.
As someone who is raising their children in District 49, Brian Maryott has an invested interest in seeking not only the best for our community but also seeks to protect and only improve it for our future generations to enjoy and thrive in.
The 49th District of California includes the following Southern California communities: Bonsall, Camp Pendleton, Carlsbad, Carmel Valley, Dana Point, Del Mar, Encinitas, Escondido, Fairbanks Ranch, Fallbrook, La Jolla, Ladera Ranch, Oceanside, Rancho Mission Viejo, Rancho Santa Fe, San Clemente, San Juan Capistrano, Solana Beach, Sorrento Valley, and Vista.
About district 49's communities:
Originally called Mount Fairview, it was renamed Bonsall in 1890. With an area of around 32 sq miles, Bonsall is a gem to behold. Located East of Camp Pendleton, it's just a short drive to the ocean. Bonsall has beautiful scenery and is home to the San Luis Rey Downs Training Center for racehorses and other equestrian amenities. People who live in Bonsall enjoy living a country life with plenty of access to surrounding cities.
The Marine Corps Base comprises more than 125,000 acres of land and is home to thousands of military personnel and their families. It contains the largest segment of untouched coastline in Southern California and includes an ecological system of canyons, mountains, beaches and even a free-flowing river. There are many plant and animal species on the base, including a herd of bison. Environmental and wildlife conservation is of paramount importance to all who train, work, and live at Camp Pendleton.
Carlsbad is a seaside city, home to sweeping beaches, fields of flowers, a well known theme park, camping, hiking, water sports, and much more. The city offers boutique shops, sidewalk cafes, and antique stores, along with flower gardens, miles of coastline, and famous resorts.
Also, Carlsbad offers attractions like LEGOLAND® California and SEA LIFE Aquarium.
Nestled in the oak covered hills of this fine city are wineries, resorts, restaurants, and shopping. It's a world-renowned city where time seems to stand still, even though it offers all of the modern conveniences. Located near the Carmel River, the city offers ancient pines, redwood canyons, and hillsides covered in picturesque chaparral.
Formerly known as Capistrano Bay, it was named after Richard Henry Dana Jr. and incorporated in 1989. It's a city of rolling hills and bluffs along the coast of Southern California, located just South of Laguna Beach. The Headlands area of the city overlooks Dana Point Harbor, which includes countless events, water sports, restaurants, and the Ocean Institute. The harbor acts as an entrance to Doheny State Park, which is a popular beach area as well.
Del Mar is a wonderful seaside city just minutes from San Diego. The most recognized landmark is the horse racing facility which has hosted good times for decades. Del Mar has been the vacation destination for Hollywood moguls since "Tinsel Town" was young and with it's gorgeous beaches it's no wonder. The city has a unique beauty that keeps people coming back year after year.
The name of the city means "Little Oaks" in Spanish, and was incorporated in 1986. The Encinitas community has everything from surfing, golf, equestrian facilities, and even an art institute. The city offers roughly six miles coastline in San Diego County with rolling foothills, fantastic beaches, a classic downtown business area and Botanical Gardens.
Nestled in a coastal mountain valley in Southern California, the city offers an urban locale among rolling hills and farms. The city is filled with successful small businesses, and many are family-owned and operated.
The California Center for the Arts, located in the city, attracts over 269,000 visitors each year. The Center is located downtown, near the historic Grape Day Park. The City of Escondido is a great place to live, work, and play.
This affluent North County community is sometimes considered part of Rancho Santa Fe but it is made up of two gated communities on roughly 1,240 acres. The 2010 population was around 3,148 according to the US Census. The majority of whom are well educated and do rather well in their chosen vocations. The community itself has some of the priciest real estate in the nation and is located just minutes from beaches, shopping, private country clubs and great restaurants.
A peaceful city just East of Camp Pendleton, it is located in the rural countryside with all the amenities nearby. It's a city of active lifestyles, where there are four golf courses within a 10-mile of the center of town. There are fantastic panoramic views all over the city, with horse trails that meander through the local rural areas. Fallbrook is beginning to experience a growth explosion like that of the surrounding areas, even though it is a tranquil place nestled in the hills of San Diego County.
This is a seaside village with plenty of sunshine which has inspired artists and travelers for many years. From the crashing surf to the incredible culinary experiences, La Jolla second to none. The city is a picturesque locale pleasantly immersed in a relaxed indulgence.
Founded in 1999, it creates an environment that makes you feel like you live in a small town where people know their neighbors. It is a place where people smile and wave at each other in this wonderful family community. Additionally, the community parks, clubs, and programs make Ladera a truly great place to live.
The City of Oceanside is a Charter City and home to the Mission San Luis Rey. Oceanside is one of the largest cities in San Diego County with a rich history going back centuries. Oceanside today, is a thriving coastal city that offers a great location situated between San Diego and Los Angeles. Interstate 5 is the main artery and it goes through Oceanside allowing residents and visitors alike quick access to all major Oceanside destinations.
Rancho Mission Viejo
This fantastic new community located in the heart of Rancho Mission Viejo has a variety of neighborhoods for families and couples alike, with incredible amenities, wide open spaces and picturesque surroundings. The walking trails alone create a stress free environment second to none. Rancho Mission Viejo is a place to get away, relax, or just watch your children play.
Rancho Santa Fe
Established in 1928, the city includes around 10 square miles or 6,730 acres and is home to roughly 4,300 residents. The Village of Rancho Santa Fe includes the historic Rancho Santa Fe Inn, restaurants, commercial businesses and shopping. The Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club is home to a 6,700-yard par-72 private course. The club opened in 1929, and served as the site for clambake parties put on by Bing Crosby, who was an early resident.
Located just South of Dana Point, the city offers 342 days of sunshine per year and some of the best surfing spots in Southern California. The San Clemente Pier is a perfect destination for travelers, and the city is filled with great culinary locations to suit any palette.
San Juan Capistrano
A unique city in Orange County whose roots were laid down over 220 years ago. The main attraction in town is the Mission San Juan Capistrano which was founded in 1776, and brings scores of visitors year round. San Juan Capistrano is a place of inspiration as well as historical, cultural, and religious significance.
This seaside community nestled in northern San Diego County is around 30 minutes from downtown San Diego. The City has a wonderful train station, and is one of only three stations in San Diego County. City temperatures average around 62 degrees in winter and roughly 77 degrees in the summer months. The city offers rich coastline for swimming, surfing and other water sports, the sunsets at Fletcher Cove Park are a sight you don't want to miss.
Known as a city for biotech, high tech, and research sciences, and its proximity to the UC San Diego, the city is bordered by Interstate 5, the Los Peñasquitos Canyon Preserve, Miramar Road and Camino Santa Fe. With over 4,900 residents in the city, there are scores of businesses like Pfizer, Websense, Qualcomm to name a few.
The neighborhood is located includes parts of the Torrey Pines, University, Mira Mesa, Sorrento Mesa and Miramar areas.
Means "view" in Spanish, and the city was incorporated in 1923. Located just a few miles from the ocean, Vista offers historic rancho buildings, theater productions, parades, festivals, and even amusement parks. The city acquired the Rancho Buena Vista Adobe in 1989. The adobe is an historic landmark, set in this thriving community that continues to develop and grow.