Rolando is a peaceful neighborhood at the eastern edge of southern San Diego. The ‘rolling land’, as the name is popularly known, grew to become a quiet, lovely city near La Mesa. At the heart of the Rolando Village, you will enjoy the ancient tall silk oak tree planted along Boulevard. Rolando has a unique housing development between El Cajon and University Extension. The old developers have created the city to a fantastic suburban community with curved streets, Ornamental Electrolier lamp post, concrete sidewalks and in the height of the suburban design, a series of public pedestrian stairways allow the neighbors to transverse between the Mesas and Canyons of the track. The winding Streets are great for bikes and skateboards. Now let’s take a look at the reasons you should live in Rolando village.
AMAZING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Education in Rolando was designed to support programs that deliver access and retention to students. Rolando is a city with two famous public Schools known as ‘Roland Park Elementary’ and the Henry Clay Elementary School. They are doing an outstanding job by providing a beneficial/ supportive program for the school and community as well as several training opportunities.
Weather in Rolando is the highest in August with 85 degrees and low in December with 56 degrees. It’s hard to beat the mild, year-round climate that Rolando enjoys. An average of 9 to 11 inches of rain falls annually. This is relatively evenly distributed throughout the year. Air quality index is 22% worse than the national average.
GREAT ROLANDO PARK
Rolando lives up to its famous park ‘Rolando Park’ located in the Mid-City of San Diego Police Department along with three other parks. It’s boarded by College Avenue to the west and the city of La Mesa to the East. Rolando Park is hilly which separates the residential area from the commercial sector. You can enjoy beautiful facilities of Rolando Park which includes barbecues, Picnic Tables, Baseball fields, Rest Room, and Benches. The size is about 3.56 Acres with over 300 use capacity.
DIVERSE HOUSING MARKETS
Do you know that the median home price is 117% of the National Average and the average rent asked is 32% higher than the National Average? Rolando has a unique housing approach which enables it to provide an exceptional living environment. Rolando has quality housing with a wide range of prices, location, and designs. Its home to one of the best nostalgic architecture and beauty of close-knit bungalow houses with gently rolling hills.
THE NEIGHBORHOOD OF ROLANDO VILLAGE
Rolando neighborhood is mostly residential which is divided into the north, Rolando village and the Rolando Park to the south. The area is peaceful, friendly and quiet. You can take a walk on Rolando’s safe sidewalks in the evening and enjoy the warm glow of Acorn style Lampposts in the neighborhood. Also within the vicinity is Rolando’s little league ball fields and Joan KROC Center all within the border of Cajon Boulevard to the North and University Avenue to the south.