Looking at this summer as an opportunity to explore your local community changes the tone of a year that hasn’t turned out the way anyone expected. As a resident and local staycationer in Escondido, you have a unique chance to play tourist in your own home town. Staying local also helps support businesses and individuals in your community. Many locally owned and operated businesses are really hurting due to stay-at-home orders and closures.
During this pandemic, every person has made adjustments to their typical routines in order to flow with the constantly evolving situation. Talk of the pandemic often focuses on staying home, wearing masks and preventing the spread of the virus. It’s also important to acknowledge those infected and those lost to this terrible disease. 2020 has brought darkness, but it’s important to also remember the bright spots and how quickly we have collectively evolved.
The summer of 2020 may not look the same as years past, but that doesn’t mean you can't have a vacation. Instead of taking that flight to Disneyland, embrace the idea of a “staycation” this summer, which lets you stick close to home and help prevent the spread of the coronavirus. At Security Public Storage, we've compiled some staycation ideas to help you get the most out of this unusual summer.
Campgrounds and RV parks closed across the country in the middle of March due to COVID-19 concerns. As summer approaches, campgrounds in many states begin to reopen, just in time for RV season. Concerns over the coronavirus remain, which means it’s more important than ever to practice responsible RVing. Whether you live in an RV fulltime or plan on hitting the road for a vacation this summer, remember to put extra care and time into your usual cleaning routines.
At Security Public Storage, we’re pleased to announce the acquisition and opening of our 50th self storage facility. The 50th self storage facility to join the SPS family is located in Fresno, CA, on Marks Ave. Please join us in celebrating this major milestone for Security Public Storage, which is also our third self-storage facility in Fresno.
On November 1, Security Public Storage locations throughout the West Coast and greater Washington D.C. metro area began collecting donations for Toys for Tots. Collecting donations for Toys for Tots has become an annual tradition at SPS and we’re excited to announce a record-breaking number of donations from our customers. Between November 1 and December 6, 2019, our facilities collected 2,148 toys! That’s an increase of 765 toys from last year’s final total of 1,383 toys.
Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Security Public Storage! This Thanksgiving, we wanted to express our gratitude for our local communities, our employees and our customers — while taking a look back on the past year through the eyes of SPS. From the grand reopening of our Santa Rosa self-storage facility to company-wide fundraising efforts to customers who feel like family.
Every year on Veterans Day, November 11, we honor those individuals who have courageously and selflessly served in the United States military. At Security Public Storage, we want to express our gratitude for the people who have served and who currently serve our country abroad and in our communities. We offer our most sincere thank you to those who serve and who have served their community on a global or local level. This Veterans Day, we encourage you to honor a veteran — be it a loved one or a stranger — who has dedicated their life to protecting our democracy.
Security Public Storage proudly announces our participation in the U.S. Marines’ Toys for Tots program. 2019 represents the 22nd consecutive year with some SPS locations participating and the 5th consecutive year with 100% participation. All SPS sites will have donation bins available beginning Friday, November 1 and will be collecting toys through December 6, 2019.
New residents and visitors to Loudoun County and Fairfax County often wonder about things to do in Ashburn and Herndon VA. Ashburn and Herndon are home to many picturesque wineries that feature tastings of their famed fermented nectars. Residents love to get outside and enjoy a wide array of recreational activities from hiking the W&OD (Washington and Old Dominion) Trail to biking with different riding clubs around the area. People love visiting the many different historic sites that are within driving distance.