Hurricane Hilary: City of San Diego to Close Facilities, Parks and Beaches Due to Tropical Storm Warning; Monday Trash Services Will NOT be Delayed


University City Updates:

From the City of San Diego: ⚠️All City public facilities will be closed to the public starting on Sunday, August 20. Facilities will remain closed through Monday, August 21, and may reopen on Tuesday, August 22, depending on the storm conditions. For details, visit: 

Public Facilities Closed:

  • City librariesrecreation centers and swimming pools.
  • All City beaches, regional and community parks and open space parks.
  • All City reservoir lakes. Beginning Friday, August 18, the City began releasing water from Barrett Reservoir and Hodges Reservoir in anticipation of the storm. Residents downstream of both dams may notice flowing water in the area. Depending upon how much rain is received, there is also the possibility that water will be released from Lower Otay Reservoir.
  • Torrey Pines, Balboa and Mission Bay golf courses.
  • The City Administration Building, located at 202 C St.
  • Passport services will not be available in person on Monday, previously scheduled appointments will be rescheduled.

Trash and Recycling:

  • Trash and recycling collection services scheduled for Monday, August 21, will take place as scheduled; NO delay.
  • Residents are encouraged to secure their bins and not place the bins out for collection until early Monday morning.

All City of San Diego online services will still be available on Monday, including Development Services Department permitting services.

  • A Tropical Storm Warning is in effect for the San Diego region. Heavy rains are anticipated along with the potential for flooding and power outages. To follow weather updates on the storm path, please visit the National Weather Service San Diego webpage or tune in to KOGO 600 AM for emergency alerts.
  • Visit the City’s Storm Preparedness webpage for information to help you and your loved ones prepare for a storm and what to do when the storm arrives.
  • For more information on City Services affected by the storm, visit:

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