2019 Mission Trails Regional Park Master Development Plan Update
The San Diego City Council approved the Mission Trails Regional Park (MTRP) Master Plan Update, the MTRP Natural Resource Management Plan, and the MTRP Final Program Environmental Impact Report on May 21, 2019. The MTRP Citizens’ Advisory Committee worked with City and County staff, to develop and implement a process of identifying priority projects to be started and/or competed in the next few years. Projects identified by the MTRP Citizens’ Advisory Committee were submitted to the MTRP Task Force for approval. The projects approved by the Task Force are shown in the documents shown below.
MTRP Master Plan Update - Summary of Implementation Priorities adopted November 18, 2021
MTRP Master Plan Update Implementation Priorities adopted November 18, 2021
The following criteria was used for establishing the implementation priorities.
- Public safety
- Public accessibility
- Operational efficiency
- Extent of public use
- Environmental preservation/resource protection
- Geographic diversity within MTRP
- Project gap filer
- Funding leverage potential
- Cultural/archaeological considerations
The plan includes 173 recommendations for the six areas identified in the Plan – Lake Murray, Cowles Mountain, Mission Gorge, Fortuna, West Sycamore, and future East Elliott. It will take many years and a lot of resources to address all of the recommendations.
The final 2019 MTRP Master Plan Update, MTRP Natural Resource Management Plan and the MTRP Final Program Environmental Impact Report are available on the City of San Diego web site at the links below.
- MTRP Master Plan Update
- MTRP Natural Resource Management Plan
- MTRP Final Program Environmental Impact Report for the Master Plan Update