Mar 15, 2022: on the agenda – Proposed Growth and Development, Land-Use and Zoning, Changes in University City


Update: Thank you to everyone who attended tonight‘s March 15 meeting. If you stayed till the end, then you know the vote has been delayed. This is a good thing because it means there will be more community discussion. Meeting notices are posted on the City website as well as in UCCA‘s print newsletter. UCCA will provide continuing coverage of the Community Plan Update and the community planning group (UCPG) in the print newsletter and on its websites. UCCA will publish meeting notices as they become available. Check the City website for updates at

From City of San Diego planner Katie Witherspoon: Please join the City of San Diego Planning Department for a live Zoom Webinar of the University Community Plan Update Subcommittee on Tuesday, March 15th from 6:00 to 8:00pm. We will be discussing the proposed land use scenarios for the community plan.

For related information about the Community Plan Update, visit

Gallery images from February 2022 Presentation PDF available at


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