Old Town Plumber Services


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San Diego Plumbers has been helping Old Town residents with their plumbing needs for years.  Do you need a plumbing contractor to fix a toilet, repair a leaking pipe, a garbage disposal problem?   Have you sprung a leak at home or work? Is your drain clogged? San Diego Plumbers offers you the experienced professional technicians than can assist with commercial and residential plumbing projects & challenges.  Our contractors offer unparalleled experience and knowledge and have faithfully served the residential and commercial sectors in southern California.

Please fill out the form to the right or call today for a no-pressure appointment: 619-500-1877

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About Old Town, San Diego

Old Town is a neighborhood of San Diego, California. It contains 230 acres and is bounded by Interstate 8 on the north, Interstate 5 on the west, Mission Hills on the east and Bankers Hill on the south. It is the oldest settled area in San Diego and is the site of the first European settlement in present-day California.  It contains Old Town San Diego State Historic Park and Presidio Park, both of which are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The San Diego Presidio and Mission San Diego de Alcala were founded in 1769 by Gaspar de Portola and Junipero Serra on a bluff at the western end of the San Diego River valley. The Presidio and Mission constituted the first Spanish settlement in Alta California, the present day state of California. After five years the Mission moved to a location several miles upriver, while the Presidio on its hill remained the primary settlement. In the 1820s the town of San Diego grew up at the base of the bluff, at the site commemorated by Old Town San Diego State Historic Park, while the Presidio fell into disrepair.

In 1834 the Mexican government granted San Diego the status of a pueblo, or chartered town. However, the population of the town declined so much that in 1838 its pueblo status was revoked. One problem was the town’s location far from navigable water. All imports and exports had to be brought ashore in Point Loma and carried several miles over the La Playa Trail to the town.

 

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