Plan Documents & Meeting Materials
Community Discussion Draft Plan
This is a first draft of the updated University Community Plan.
The purpose of the Community Discussion Draft is to provide a comprehensive document for the community to review and provide feedback. It is not final!
Tell us what you think by emailing your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org. Comments will be accepted on the first draft until June 30, 2023, with additional opportunities for feedback to come.
Mobility Existing Conditions Report click here
The University Mobility Existing Conditions Report summarizes the existing conditions within the community for all modes of transportation and identifies potential deficiencies and conflicts that could be addressed through future changes in the transportation network.
2019 Online Survey Report click here
The survey conducted in 2019 focused on identifying community priorities and recommendations for mobility, housing, nonresidential development, and parks and public spaces within the Planning Area.
Proposed Mobility Networks click here
These boards depict the proposed mobility networks as of 2022. Updated networks posted upon completion.
2019 Online Survey Report - Appendix click here
This report appendix provides a complete overview of responses received within the survey.
Draft Mobility Corridor Concepts click here
These concept sheets identify the proposed corridor concepts for the top 10 corridors in the community as of 2022.
Geotechnical and Geologic Hazard Evaluation click here
This report identifies geotechnical and geologic hazards within the area.
Adopted Plan (1987) Land Use Buildout Report click here
This analysis provides an overview of the remaining development intensity within the Adopted Community Plan.
Water and Wastewater Technical Study click here
This report provides a high-level assessment of the water distribution and wastewater collection systems of the area.
Subregional Employment Area Profile click here
This draft report provides an overview of the trends and employment demand within the subregional employment area.
Hydrology and Water Quality Report click here
This report describes the hydrology, existing storm drainage, and storm water quality conditions of the area.
Market Demand Analysis click here
This analysis provides an overview of the projected need for commercial and non-residential square feet.
Noise Analysis click here
This report summarizes the noise conditions of the area.
2022 Choose Your Future! Outreach Summary click here
This report outlines the in-person and virtual outreach activities and results from the Online Engagement Platform, Choose Your Future!, conducted in October and November 2021.
Community Atlas click here
The University Community Atlas explains what the community looked like in 2018, such as what the zoning, the economy, open spaces and other conditions were when the CPU process began. It serves as a resource as the University CPU is created.
Air Quality Analysis click here
This report summarizes the air quality conditions of the area.
Urban Design Framework click here
This brief urban design framework document describes the fundamental elements and key recommendations needed for achieving high-quality design in the built environment of the community.
Maps & Graphics
Community Plan Area
CPU Focus Areas
The City of San Diego has developed proposed land use scenarios for further study. Please view the proposed scenarios and contact the project team with any questions.
Note on Revised Land Use Scenarios: This updated and most recent iteration of the proposed land use scenarios (click here to view) is one of a series of continual iterations based on the feedback received on each iterative scenario. These scenarios reflect a recalibration of the planned density to reflect a current understanding of development opportunities and constraints. Based on feedback received, certain areas show increased densities. Other areas have been recalibrated to ensure take into account development constraints, such as existing condo ownership and restrictive use easements. These are not final development scenarios and the Planning Department welcomes additional feedback and new information regarding future development potential on sites, in particular west of I-5. This feedback will be used prior to the release of any Draft Community Plan.
Please e-mail input to Nancy Graham at email@example.com.