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At the end of the trolley line in East San Diego County lies the city of Santee, a growing community of family-based neighborhoods, award-winning schools, stable local community and one of the lowest crime rates in the county.

Nestled between gently rolling hills and nearby lakes, Santee offers the comfortable convenience of urban living with the serenity of the country. Santee Lakes encompass over 190 acres, with picnicking, hiking, boating, fishing and camping on the lower lakes. Mission Trails Park encompasses 5,700 acres, and is the largest urban park in the U.S. Downtown, the city's public amphitheatre hosts events such as the summer concert series and the holiday tree lighting celebration.

With approximately half of its land undeveloped, Santee is one of the few cities in the county with space to grow. Currently under development is RiverView at Santee, a master-planned mixed-use campus on 104 acres, designed for technology, R&D and professional office uses. The project is located directly across from the Transit Center, public amphitheater and food court in Trolley Square, currently the largest shopping area in Santee. Located along the south bank of the San Diego River, RiverView will be a key location that focuses on an amenity rich, employee friendly environment.

Santee has enjoyed San Diego's housing boom, and there are still plenty of new home developments underway, boasting condos, townhomes, attached and single family homes, and executive-style homes. Additionally, Fanita Ranch represents a monumental step in the City's residential development, encompassing 2,600 acres in the northern area of Santee, with 1,380 homes in four distinct villages to be built over the next seven to ten years.