Mira Mesa Community Planning Group
The Mira Mesa Community Planning Group meets the third Monday of each month, except in January and February since those Mondays are holidays. Since the library is no longer available on Mondays, planning group meetings are being held at various locations, which will be listed on this page as they are scheduled. For information about upcoming meetings and general information about the Planning Group, contact chair John Horst at email@example.com.
The next MMCPG meeting will be on Monday June 17, 2013 at 7:00 PM. We currently have 3 vacancies: one residential, one property owner and one business, and anticipate filling these vacancies at the June meeting. If you would like to apply to fill one of these vacancies and meet the qualifications of the bylaws, please email chair John Horst. Agenda.
MMCPG does not have a permanent location since the Mira Mesa Library is now
closed Mondays. Meetings are now being held at Vulcan Offices, 7220 Trade
Street, Suite 205, SD 92121. Map:
Planning Group Members are required to attend a Community Orientation Workshop (COW). An electronic version of the COW is now available. Planning Group members can access the E-COW through the following link: http://www.sandiego.gov/planning/community/ecow/index.shtml
The Mira Mesa Community Planning Group has the responsibility to write (with the aid of the City) community plans, recommend changes to community plans, and evaluate projects as they are proposed for consistency with the Mira Mesa Community Plan. The Planning Group has 11 residential, 5 business and 3 property owner members. Planning Group members are elected to four year terms, with half elected every two years. Elections are held in March of odd-numbered years. If you would like to participate in the Planning Group or vote for or run for the Planning Group Board, come to a meeting and join as a general member. To join as a general member, just give your name, address, telephone number and email address to the Planning Group secretary. List of current Planning Group Executive Committee Members.
All Planning Groups must comply with City Council Policy 600-24, and a set of community specific bylaws which comply with this policy. The Planning Department in collaboration with a CPC subcommittee, developed a set of administrative guidelines which are intended to clarify the council policy. The bylaws and administrative guidelines were both recently revised to bring them into compliance with the updated 600-24.
The San Diego City General Plan adopted by the City Council on March 10, 2008 is now available at http://www.sandiego.gov/planning/genplan/index.shtml. This is a very important document as it guides all future development in the City and require updates to all community plans.
The City Planning Department has recently placed online a set of existing conditions maps for Mira Mesa.
A Planning Group subcommittee is reviewing a proposed new project named "Stone Creek," which is a future redevelopment plan for the 300 acre section of Carroll Canyon owned by Vulcan Materials Company. The site runs from about 1/2 mile west of Camino Ruiz to Black Mountain Road (see Aerial photograph showing location). The initial proposal was for 9800 multifamily residential units and 730,000 square feet of commercial and industrial space. A revised proposal containing 5481 multifamily residential units has been submitted to the City. See the October 23, 2006 subcommittee report, the May 14, 2007 subcommittee report, the July 9, 2007 subcommittee report, and the September 7, 2007 subcommittee report. Subcommittee meetings restarted in March 2011 and will restart when the traffic study is completed. On May 21, 2012 the subcommittee made these recommendations which were then approved by a vote of the full Planning Group.
The Mira Mesa Community Planning Group Hillery DAR Subcommittee has been reviewing the Direct Access Ramp (DAR) that is proposed to connect Mira Mesa streets to I-15. The Hillery DAR subcommittee has completed its work and presented its recommendations at the February meeting. All recommendations except for the traffic circles were approved at the March 2010 meeting.
A large residential project of approximately 1800 multi-family units named Casa Mira View is proposed for the area north of Mira Mesa Blvd (north of Best Buy and the park and ride) between Westview Parkway and I-15. The project was approved by the Mira Mesa Community Planning Group at the July 2008 meeting.
February 2004, March 2005, July 2005, and February 2006 subcommittee reports on the proposed Camino Village project (Camino Ruiz and Zapata). The application for this project has been withdrawn, but may reappear in the future.
Regional Transportation Plan 2030 report.
The future of MCAS Miramar is a critical local land use issue. At the January 2006 meeting, the MMTC approved a resolution opposing joint use of Miramar as a civilian airport. Here is some information about the ballot initiative (defeated) compiled by Arlette Ballew. Here is some additional information on the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority Land Use Commission Study. SANDAG has published an Airport Economic Analysis Final Report describing options for airport relocation in San Diego County including discussion of relocating to MCAS Miramar. Nine sites around the region were still in the running to become San Diego County's new international airport, following an earlier screening of 32 locations, according to the recommendations contained in a 2002 48-page report prepared by the consulting firm of Landrum & Brown. However, the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority has recommended only Miramar as a proposed location.
Minutes of past MMCPG meetings, starting January 2008.