San Diego

Accessibility Tools

  • Check if your spelling is correct, or try removing filters.
  • Remove quotes around phrases to match each word individually: "blue drop" will match less than blue drop.
  • You can require or exclude terms using + and -: big +blue drop will require a match on blue while big blue -drop will exclude results that contain drop.

Complete Communities: Play Everywhere

Complete Communities Infrastructure Now LogoComplete Communities is an initiative to set us on a path to achieve our goals and shape a future that works for all of us with a focus on four key areas: housing, mobility, parks and infrastructure.

Complete Communities: Play Everywhere, through the Parks Master Plan, will identify our community vision of providing opportunities for everyone to play and recreate everywhere. The Parks Master Plan will be a plan for an interconnected Citywide park system with more options for play, exercise, and social interactions. It will express a long-range vision for the future of parks, recreation facilities, and programs across the City.

What is Proposed:

Check mark bullet point

A Citywide interconnected park system that fosters social interactions and play, and provides urban respite, enjoyable transportation options and an increased urban tree canopy cover.

Check mark bullet point

An equitable parks system that prioritizes investments in areas of need.

Check mark bullet point

A plan that serves as a guide for continued improvements and expansion resulting in a high quality, citywide system of parks, recreation facilities/programs, trails and open space that will meet the needs of San Diego citizens now and in the future.

Check mark bullet point

A sustainabile parks system that addresses habitat protection and climate change-related vulnerabilities.

 Complete Communities Play Everywhere Logo  Complete Communities: Play Everywhere Documents

  • The Draft Parks Master Plan (available for public review in early 2020)
  • Draft Revisions to General Plan Recreation Element (available for public review in early 2020)
  • The Needs and Priorities Report (available for public review in early 2020)
    • Community involvement is the cornerstone of the needs and priorities for parks.
    • The City engaged the public through workshops, pop-up events, stakeholder interviews, a statistically-valid survey and online questionnaire.

For a complete list of past Parks Master Plan efforts, please visit:

For more information on the City's Complete Communities initiative, please visit https://www.completecommunitiessd.org

You must have Javascript enabled to use this form.