Southeastern San Diego Community Planning Group

San Diego City Community Planning Groups
Development
Housing

641 S Boundary St San Diego, CA 92113 (Directions)

Mountain View Community Center

The Southeastern San Diego Community lies south of the Martin Luther King Jr. Freeway (state Route 94), west of Interstate 805, east of Interstate 5, and shares a border with National City. Southeastern San Diego includes the neighborhoods of Sherman Heights, Logan Heights, Grant Hill, Memorial, Stockton, Mount Hope, Mountain View, Southcrest and Shelltown.

The group meets on the second Monday of every month at 6:00 p.m. The meetings are held at the Mountain View Community Center, 641 South Boundary Street.

For the agenda, click on the website link. It should be up on their website 72 hours before the meeting date. If it isn’t, please contact us.

Check the Agenda before going on assignment in case the meeting was canceled/changed!

A personal audio and/or video recording recording is required.

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Reporting

Edited and summarized by the San Diego - CA Documenters Team

Note-taking by Simon Mayeski

Meeting topics in May included Trees for Communities, a single-family housing proposal in Mt. Hope, the proposed Fairmont Fire Station, and the Groundwork “Blueprint of Community Climate Resilience” Project.

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Agency Information

San Diego City Community Planning Groups

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www.sandiego.gov

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In September 2022, the City Council approved changes to Council Policy 600-24, which defines the roles, responsibilities, and standard operating procedures of Planning Groups. These changes focused on improving transparency, broadening community representation, and reflecting Planning Groups’ legal status as independent organizations, consistent with the City Charter.

Agendas are made available 72 hours before the meeting’s date on the website link. The agenda will include information on physical location, zoom link, agenda items, and other information.


En Septiembre de 2022, el Concejo Municipal aprobó cambios a la Política del Concejo 600-24, que define las funciones, responsabilidades y procedimientos operativos estándar de los Grupos de Planificación. Estos cambios se centraron en mejorar la transparencia, ampliar la representación comunitaria y reflejar el estatus legal de los Grupos de Planificación como organizaciones independientes, de conformidad con los Estatutos de la Ciudad.

Las agendas están disponibles 72 horas antes de la fecha de la reunión en el enlace del sitio web. La agenda incluirá información sobre la ubicación física, enlace de zoom, puntos de la agenda y otra información.

Documents

By Joshua Piedra 4/8/2024

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