Planning Department: Shape the future of University City by completing the CPU Survey Today

6/3/2019 : UC Community plan update survey help available. For those who have questions about the survey and/or how to complete it, our University City Planner Dan Monroe will be at the University Community library, 4155 Governor, this afternoon, Monday, June 3, from 4 to 6 PM to answer questions. I expect that he will be stationed near the public computers. If you don’t see him there, please ask for him at the desk. There is a second help session scheduled for Tuesday, June 4, at the library from 4 to 6 PM. 

Background: As some of you are aware, the city and the University Community Planning Group (UCPG) are in process of updating the community plan for this area.  This updated document will guide land use (zoning/density) as well as transportation and mobility.  It can be used to help preserve open spaces and improve/increase local parks.   

Please participate in this survey, and have your suggestions/inputs be heard.

https://app.maptionnaire.com/en/5638/

  • The City of San Diego is updating the University City Community Plan. The planning department has developed a survey to give all who live or work in the University City community an opportunity to provide early input to help guide the community plan update.
  • Refer to the University Community Plan Update website for information on the update process on the City’s website at: www.sandiego.gov/planning/community/cpu/university.
  • To access the survey directly, go to: https://app.maptionnaire.com/en/5638/.
  • Please share this information with neighbors and friends who live or work in our community.
  • This survey will remain open until midnight on June 19, 2019.

Please note that the survey is divided into six sections:

  1. Priorities – Survey takers are asked to rate priorities that will shape the overall structure of the Community Plan and inform more detailed recommendations; uses a scale from not very important (1) to very important (5). Includes a comment box to add other key priorities.
  2. Mobility Improvements – With the aid of an interactive map, survey takers are asked to suggest locations for bicycle network, transit improvements and vehicle/roadway improvements.
  3. Housing – Using an interactive map, survey takers are asked to suggest locations for new mixed-use housing (this includes retail uses and/or office uses with multi-family) and multi-family housing (this includes residential uses with multi-family).
  4. Non-Residential Development – Survey takers are asked to comment on types of office and commercial developments that might be increased within the University Community using a rating system from no increase (1) to high increase (5). Seeks input on neighborhood stores such as grocery, arts and entertainment spaces, and restaurants as well as office and other commercial developments. Includes the option to suggest specific locations using an interactive map.
  5. Parks and Public Spaces – Survey takers are asked to suggest amenities to enhance existing parks and recreation in the University Community. Options include Integrated pedestrian connections from parks to surrounding areas, Transit connections to parks, Active sports fields (baseball/softball, soccer, football, etc.), Tennis Courts, Basketball Courts, Skate Park, Aquatic complex, Non-programmed grass areas, Picnic areas and benches, Children’s play areas, Hiking/walking natural trails, Off-leash dog parks, Recreation Center, Seniors Center, Bathrooms, Informational Displays, Community Meeting Spaces. Includes the option to suggest other amenities, new parks and specific locations using an interactive map.
  6. Demographic Information – Survey takers are asked to provide anonymous answers to basic demographic questions.

The City of San Diego is updating the University City Community Plan. The planning department has developed a survey to give all who live or work in the University City community an opportunity to provide early input to help guide the community plan update. Refer to the University Community Plan Update website for information on the update process on the City’s website at: www.sandiego.gov/planning/community/cpu/university. To access the survey directly, go to: https://app.maptionnaire.com/en/5638/. Please share this information with neighbors and friends who live or work in our community. This survey will remain open until midnight on June 19, 2019.

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