COUNTY SAN DIEGO TURNS SURPLUS LAND INTO AFFORDABLE HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES
Chair Nathan Fletcher and the San Diego County Board of Supervisors today designated three county-owned properties – totaling approximately four acres – as “surplus land” to be marketed as sites for affordable housing. The County’s Housing and Community Development Services in partnership with Department of General Services can now demolish the structures on each property and submit requests for development proposals. (Link to Original Policy)
“We are aggressively moving forward on building more affordable housing. This action to identify surplus land and convert it to housing for San Diegans continues our sustained effort to help working families in San Diego be able to afford a place their family can call home.”
On Monday, March 7, 2022, at 11:15 a.m., Chair Fletcher, representatives from the County's Housing and Community Development Services, and the San Diego Metropolitan Transit System will announce details for how developers can pursue development deals for their excess properties.
WHAT: Press Conference
WHY: Announce details about opportunities to develop new housing on excess County-owned and MTS-owned land
WHEN: Monday, March 7, 2022 @ 11:15 a.m.
WHERE: Former Northeast Family Resources Center, 5001 73rd Street, San Diego CA
Nathan Fletcher, Chair, San Diego County Board of Supervisor
San Diego County Housing and Community Development Services Representative
Sharon Cooney, CEO, San Diego Metropolitan Transit System
(Spanish Speaking Representatives Available for Interviews)
VISUALS: Old structures on County land to be torn down later this year