Parking Lot on Genesee at Marian Bear Park is Temporarily Closed Due to Pure Water Construction from Dec 21 to Aug 31, 2023


From Pure Water San Diego:  For the safety of the public, the Genesee Avenue parking lot at Marian Bear Park will be temporarily closed beginning Wednesday, Dec. 21 for the Morena Northern Pipelines & Tunnels project, part of Pure Water San Diego. Marian Bear Park & Trails are still open for use. Alternate parking can be located at 5233 Regents Road.

Construction will be ongoing, and it is estimated the parking lot will reopen by August 31, 2023. This timeline is subject to change – please check back for more information. For questions, contact or 833-UTC-PWSD (833-882-7973).

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