Choose your Community? Please complete the University City “Land Use Options” Survey


Re University City Community Plan Update (CPU): The City of San Diego is currently in the process of updating the University Community Plan, which was last updated in 1987. The updated Community Plan will provide direction for the long-term development of the community, including concepts for land use, urban design, parks, mobility, jobs, and housing. To provide your input, visit

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Through this process, the University Community Plan Update planning team has held over 30 meetings with the University Community Plan Update Subcommittee to seek guidance on these concepts and ideas for the plan update. Recently, this process included the creation of land use options that will guide the use and mix of development within the University Community.

Now is your opportunity to review these land use options and make your voice heard. The planning team has launched the University Online Engagement Platform: Choose Your Community!, which proposes two or three options for change within five focus areas.

To provide your input, visit If you would prefer a paper copy of this survey, please email or call Katie Witherspoon at or 619-236-6017.

The engagement platform survey will remain open until October 31st. The University CPU Project Team will be out in the community during the month of October and will also host two Virtual Open Houses. For more information on our outreach efforts, please visit

The Community Plan Update Project Team will also host two Virtual Workshops in October. These workshops will be an opportunity for the community to ask questions about the Community Plan Update and the Online Engagement Platform. Feel free to stop by at any time during the workshop. There will be virtual “tables” to discuss land use, mobility, urban design, public realm, and more!

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