A Plan for the Renewal and Revitalization of Mission Bay Park
Earlier this year, Citizens Coordinate for Century III asked its members to help design a land use plan that would ensure meaningful restoration of native wetlands at De Anza Cove in the northeast corner of Mission Bay.
Since then, C-3 has hosted several community meetings and discussions, and worked collaboratively as part of the ReWild Mission Bay coalition to craft a functional, workable plan for Mission Bay Park. This proposal incorporates the "Wildest" wetland restoration as a baseline for mapping out a comprehensive reimagining of facilities to revitalize the northeast corner of Mission Bay Park – and ensure climate resiliency as sea levels rise over the next 80 years.
Join us for our Breakfast Dialogue as we invite you to provide feedback on our land use plan. We'll be joined by several stakeholder speakers to walk us through the proposed elements, discuss how the plan will contribute to wetland restoration, and offer a hands-on perspective of how the plan can spark a more accessible Mission Bay for All.
Environmental Advocate & C-3 Board Member
Director of Conservation, San Diego Audubon Society
Executive Director, Outdoor Outreach
Principal, McCullough Landscape Architecture, Inc.
Thanks to our 2019 Title Series Sponsor:
Citizens Coordinate for Century 3 (C-3) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to education and advocacy on issues of policy, planning, and design throughout the San Diego region. Federal Tax ID: 95-2593199