The City Manager is appointed by the Poway City Council. The Office of the City Manager oversees all departments…More within the City of Poway and advises elected officials on issues related to the government.</p>
<p>The current City Manager is Penny Riley, and her office is located on the second floor of City Hall.</p>
Poway Center for the Performing Arts hosts plays and concerts throughout the year. Its space is also used by students…More from local schools and is owned and operated by the City of Poway.</p>
<p>The nonprofit Poway Center for the Performing Arts Foundation is responsible for booking performers. The Center seats 809 guests and is adjacent to Poway High School.</p>
Poway Veterans Park 14134 Midland Road, Poway, CA92064 Poway Veterans Park opened to the public on Nov. 11, 2010. The park took 15 years to complete and was created by the…More City of Poway to honor veterans. It is largely-funded through donations. The public can show its support by purchasing a tile on the Wall of Honor.
Poway High School is situated near the Poway Center for the Performing Arts. It is home of the Titans and the oldest…More high school in the City of Poway. It is a California Distinguished School and a recipient of the National Blue Ribbon. The school's music program was also designated a Grammy Signature School by the Grammy Foundation.</p>
<p>The athletic department has also made waves, with many teams garnering CIF Championships over the years.</p>
<p>The school's principal is Scott Fisher.</p>
United States Post Office 13308 Midland Rd, Poway, CA92064 The post office located in Midland is the only post office in the City of Poway. It offers the typical services one…More can expect from a post office, and is situated near Old Poway.
Old Poway Park was the dream of Army Colonel John S. Porter, who settled in the city in the mid-1900s. Over the…More years, he acquired historic buildings to fulfill his dream and later, the City of Poway completed it.</p>
<p>Old Poway Park consists of the City's first Assembly Hall, the Baldwin Steam Engine, its rail, and an 1894 Yellow Trolley, among other buildings.</p>
<p>The park is complete with picnic areas, a weekly farmers market, special events throughout the year and historical tours. Facilities are also available for rent.</p>