7/18 – Port of San Diego Planning Background and Port Master Plan Update
July 18 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm| $10
Did you know that as a steward of San Diego Bay, the Port of San Diego is responsible for protecting and promoting coastal-dependent and coastal-related uses, allowing and encouraging a diverse range of uses, and providing coastal access throughout its jurisdiction? Come learn more about these responsibilities and the planning efforts the Port has undertaken to manage these responsibilities. In particular, this is a chance to learn from Port planning staff about the Port Master Plan Update (PMPU) process and Discussion Draft PMPU, which is currently available for public review. The Discussion Draft PMPU is a culmination of an Integrated Planning effort that has taken place since 2013, including the previously accepted Integrated Planning Vision and the refined goals and policy concepts.
This is an opportunity for Planners throughout the region to learn more about the Port, and how the PMPU controls and regulates the allowable water and land uses, including the type and characteristics of development, recreation, and environmental stewardship on and around the San Diego Bay waterfront.
The program is scheduled to allow participants the opportunity to ask questions on the Discussion Draft PMPU before submitting written comments on the document before the public comment closing date of July 31, 2019.
Public transportation and carpooling are encouraged due to limited visitor parking. The Port Administration Building is walking distance to the Green Trolley Line (Middletown Station, at Palm Avenue).
Lunch will be provided.
Cost: $10 Members, $12 Non-Members, $8 Student and Retiree Members
Anticipated CM Credits: 1.5
- Register / Gather Lunch
- Presentation from Port staff
- Q&A / Discussion