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Mission Boulevard Public Spaces & Active Transportation Plan

    Community Workshop #2

    Community Workshop #2 for the Mission Boulevard Public Spaces & Active Transportation plan, took place on Thursday, May 30th, 2019 between 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. at the Auditorium of Crown Point Elementary School, located at 4033 Ingraham Street, San Diego, 92109.

    At Community Workshop #2 we presented the refined concepts for Mission Boulevard (between Pacific Beach Drive and Diamond Street), and for the following streets (between Mission Boulevard and Ocean Boulevard): Diamond Street, Emerald Street, Felspar Street, Garnet Avenue, Hornblend Street, Grand Avenue, Thomas Avenue, Reed Avenue, Pacific Beach Drive,

    The concepts presented at the May 30th Community Workshop are available in PDF format by clicking the link below:

    PDF icon Community Workshop #2 (Online Version)

    Project Background

    The Mission Boulevard Public Spaces and Active Transportation plan is a SANDAG grant fundedeffort led by the City of San Diego (PDF icon grant application) .The plan seeks to identify opportunities for public spaces, bicycle and pedestrian improvements in the area bounded by Mission Boulevard, Pacific Beach Drive, Diamond Street, and the boardwalk(PDF icon Project Study Area).

    Phase 1 - Project Initiation and Discovery

    The project team conducted stakeholder interviews in November 2016, performed a field walk of the project area, and reviewed previous studies. In addition, an aerial topographic survey of the area was performed. After these activities, the project consultants have identified areas of opportunities and constraints within the project corridor. These areas are identified in graphical format in the following documents:

    Phase 2 - Mobility Analysis and Concepts

    An existing conditions report and opportunities and constraints assessment to evaluate and analyze pedestrian, bicycle, transit and vehicular conditions in the study area is underway. Urban Design and Mobility concepts will be developed, which will address and identify multi-modal streetscape and urban design improvements to enhance pedestrian, bicycle, and transit facilities.

    Community Workshop #1

    On September 13, the City of San Diego Planning Department held a Community Workshop at the Pacific Beach/Taylor Library ​(4275 Cass Street, San Diego, CA 92109) from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.  The document below contains the exhibits that were shown at the Community Workshop and it also contains the questions that attendees were asked.

    PDF icon Mission Boulevard Public Spaces and Active Transportation - Workshop #1 Exhibits and Comments Forms

    Workshop # 1 - Photos 2 Workshop # 1 - Photos 1

    Images from Community Workshop #1 - September 13, 2018

    Comment Booklet Responses

    An online (PDF) and a printed version of the contents of Workshop #1was available through November 9, 2018 for the public to provide feedback by answering the questions included. Ongoing comments on these draft ​concepts have been welcomed throughout the planning process via email and phone calls.

    We really appreciate all the community input we received at Community Workshop #1, via responses to the Online Comment Booklet and the printed version of the Comment Booklet which was found the Pacific Beach Library, as well as comments from community members received via emails. City staff and the consultant teams have refined the initial draft concepts based on community input and technical analysis.

    Contact Us

    For questions or comments regarding the Mission Boulevard Public Spaces & Active Transportation Plan, please contact: Elizabeth Ocampo Vivero, Project Manager, at [email protected].


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