Helping You Keep - or Regain - Your Independence
Our program offers safe, reliable, personalized transportation to adults over 60, or disabled adults, who cannot drive. Rides are provided by our volunteer drivers who truly care about each and every individual they transport. Our mission is to help you remain independent!
  • Door-to-door rides are provided for essential needs such as medical or dental appointments, shopping, personal care, banking and more.
  • Riders must be 60+ or disabled adults who cannot drive due to their age or disability.
  • Our service covers residents in La Mesa and neighboring east county communities. If you live elsewhere, please call 619-667-1321 for a referral.
  • Before requesting a ride, an application must be completed. Rides must be requested 5 business days prior to the appointment.
  • Rides4Neighbors is grant funded by the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG). Each trip is donation based.

Signing up is easy!
Just call 667-1321 to see if you are eligible or to receive an application.
    To become a volunteer, just complete the volunteer driver application and return it to the address noted on the form. Or call us today at 619.667.1321 for information about becoming a Rides4Neighbors volunteer.
    • We’ll pay for your DMV and fingerprint background check.
    • Once approved you’ll learn our user friendly web-based scheduling system.
    • Choose the appointments that best suit your personal schedule – no minimum number of rides required.
    • You’ll receive mileage reimbursement at the most current per-mile rate and secondary liability insurance.

    Title VI of the Civil Rights Act Program Compliance Plan and Complaint Procedure

    Notice of Public Rights: The City of La Mesa operates its programs, services or activities without regard to age, gender, disability, income status, race, color, and national origin in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and other applicable federal and state laws prohibiting discrimination on publicly funded projects. Any person who believes she or he has been aggrieved by any unlawful discriminatory practice may file a complaint with the City of La Mesa.

    Title VI of the Civil Rights Act Program Compliance Plan