The City has evaluated and provided recommendations for the areas adjacent to the Mid-Coast trolley stations at Tecolote Road and Clairemont Drive within the Clairemont Mesa and Linda Vista community planning areas. The recommendations address the future form of development in light of the introduction of the Mid-Coast Light Rail Transit (LRT) Trolley extension. In addition to land use and urban design recommendations, mobility improvements throughout the area have been identified for bicyclists, pedestrians, vehicles, and transit users.
The Morena Corridor Specific Plan builds upon the technical analysis and recommendations prepared and extensive public input received from the study. The specific plan provides policies and recommendations that address land use, mobility, urban design, recreation, and conservation to enhance the corridor.
The July 2019 Draft Morena Corridor Specific Plan builds upon and refines the previous January 2019 draft. Revisions made to the Morena Corridor Specific Plan since the January 2019 draft include edits to policies, figures, and supplemental development regulations as a result of subsequent comment provided by the public, Planning Commission, the Land Use & Housing Committee, and review by City staff. A summary of changes document is provided in a link below.
The Final Program Environmental Impact Report (PEIR) for the Morena Corridor Specific Plan was released on Friday, Feb. 1, 2019. The Final PEIR and associated technical appendices have been placed on the City of San Diego’s Planning Department website under the heading “Final CEQA Documents” and can be accessed using the following link:
We encourage you to register for the Morena Corridor Specific Plan Online Forum. This interactive, online forum allows the community to provide feedback on topics that will inform the specific plan process. By registering, you will receive announcements and updates.