Community Profiles Greater North Park

North Park Community Plan Update

The City of San Diego is updating the 1986 Greater North Park Community Plan

The City's community plans are long range planning documents established as essential components of the General Plan. The community plan update process will develop the community-specific detail, relevant policies, and implementation strategies necessary to fulfill General Plan objectives. The General Plan sets out a long-range vision and policy framework to guide future development, provide public services, and maintain the qualities that define San Diego over the next 20+ years. The General Plan also has a focus on how to design infill development and reinvest in existing communities. This focus is reflected throughout the Plan, including such topics as sustainable development, urban design, the provision of public services & facilities, mobility and historic preservation.

News and Updates

Updated October 20, 2016

The North Park Community Plan Update

City Council Hearing: Tuesday, October 25, 2016 (Scheduled to be heard after 2pm, Item: 335) Agenda and Report to Council

As well as:

PDF icon Historic Resources Supplemental Memo (PDF)


Draft North Park Community Plan



Updated September 16, 2016

The updated North Park Community Plan and the Final Program Environmental Impact Report (PEIR) can be found below. The scheduled dates for the upcoming decision maker hearings are the following:


Final Program Environmental Impact Report and Errata

PDF icon Final Program Environmental Impact Report Updates (PDF) Updates

Final Program Environmental Impact Report and Errata

PDF icon Final Program Environmental Impact Report Updates (PDF)

PDF icon Final Program Environmental Impact Report (PDF)



    Draft North Park Fee Study

    Previously referred to as a Public Facilities Financing Plans, Impact Fee Studies (IFS) provide a list of facilities that are needed to implement the goals of the community plan and to establish applicable Development Impact Fees (DIF) through which new development will pay its proportional fare-share of the cost of those facilities. The following is the Draft Impact Fee Study for the North Park Community:


    North Park Community Plan Zoning Implementation



    City staff has compiled a range of development projects that illustrate varying degrees of residential density. Please click here PDF icon Density Presentation to view the presentation. This is a living document so as more examples are developed, staff will continue to update the presentation.

    Lara Gates, Plan Update Project Manager

    Email: [email protected]

    City of San Diego
    Planning Department
    1010 Second Ave., 11th Floor MS-413
    San Diego, CA 92101

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