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Final MSCP Plan

The final MSCP Plan, available at the PDF icon County of San Diego MSCP Portal, establishes the planning framework for the Multiple Species Conservation Program and guides the preparation of individual subarea plans for each jurisdiction within the MSCP Planning Area.

City of San Diego MSCP Subarea Plan

The City of San Diego Subarea Plan guides the establishment of the City of San Diego Multi-Habitat Planning Area (MHPA) preserve system.

MSCP Implementing Agreement

The PDF icon Implementing Agreement between the City of San Diego, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife addresses implementation of the Subarea Plan and grants the City permit authority over those plant and animal species listed as threatened/endangered covered by the subarea plan.

MSCP Annual Reports

Review the current and previous MSCP Annual Reports as well as MSCP Annual Public Workshop Summary Reports.

MSCP Annual Workshop

The workshop provides an opportunity for the public and interested parties to learn more about unique habitats in the San Diego region and the role of the MSCP in preserving open space. Members of the public and other interested parties are invited to attend. The 2020 MSCP workshop was held in November. 

View the MSCP Workshop Video

MSCP Framework Management Plan

The PDF icon MSCP Framework Management Plan, which was incorporated into the City's 1997 MSCP Subarea Plan, sets forth the management framework for all lands preserved under the City's MSCP. This framework plan is being used to develop more preserve-specific or area-specific managements plans, such as the Carmel Mountain and Del Mar Mesa Preserve Management Plan.