Frequently Asked Questions
How do I get to Hazard Center?
How don’t you get to Hazard Center? We’re conveniently located in the center of Mission Valley at the Hazard Center Trolley stop (the Green Line) or Friars and Frazee off Highway 163. Whether you’re going North or South along the 163, or East or West on the 8, Hazard Center is one of the easiest places to get to in San Diego.
Do I have to pay for parking if I want to trolley to the game?
No. Hazard Center has free parking available on the Lower Level only for anybody who wants to park and ride to the Padres baseball or Chargers football stadiums. Parking is limited though, so don’t wait until the last minute to get here. It’s a great way to beat the rush. And you can grab a coffee before the game or celebrate postgame with some hot wings and beer. Hazard Center is not a Park & Ride location so parking is strictly limited to tenants and customers except for these game days.
How late is Hazard Center open?
Hours vary. See our Directory page for hours and contact information. Restaurants are open later than stores. Among late-night highlights are a FedEx Office and a movie theater with late shows. The Mission Valley YMCA at Hazard Center is open weekends and almost all day during the week for those in search of a yoga or Pilates class, and other fun ways to get a great workout.
Who can I contact about leasing information?
For both office and retail leasing opportunities see our Leasing Opportunities page.
Why is it called Hazard Center?
Hazard Center is the family name of Roscoe “Pappy” Hazard and was so named by his son, Bruce Hazard, who developed Hazard Center. R.E. Hazard Contracting Company helped build a lot of San Diego’s highways and byways, and the Hazard brick making plant and construction yard stood for many years where Hazard Center now stands. Look for the future Hazard Center revitalization project and visit TheNewHazardCenter.com to read more about it.
Hazard Center Namesake
Roscoe E. “Pappy” Hazard
1880 – 1975
Roscoe E. Hazard helped build San Diego. He lent his support, encouragement, inspiration and tremendous loyalty to every project and plan that contributed to a better city. To this day, his ideas and inspiration live on in Hazard Center’s central location, easy accessibility and positive community impact.