Help Support A Balanced, Inclusive Approach For Northeast Mission Bay.
Join us in supporting a Mission Bay for All.
Join the Fight to Save Boating
We need your support to protect boating access for residents, campers, and visitors of Northeast Mission Bay Park!
What’s at Stake: The City’s proposed De Anza Natural plan would result in an outright ban of motorized boating in Northeast Mission Bay, cutting off access to residents, visitors, and campers, without proper studies or public input. This would set a dangerous precedent for other hasty bans on boating and coastal access throughout Mission Bay!
The Solution: Actual analysis and public input are essential. Instead of unchecked bans that disproportionately impact non-hotel guests, the City should study sustainable measures that protect wildlife and recreational access, similar to how other areas of Mission Bay are treated!
How You Can Help: Send an email to city officials letting them know how you feel about the proposed ban on motorized boating. Imagine a huge section of Mission Bay with no motorized boating! Don’t let this happen.
The De Anza Natural Plan
The City of San Diego released a proposed draft amendment to the Mission Bay Park Master Plan for public comment. Goals of the proposed amendment: “De Anza Natural envisions a balance of land uses that serves local and regional recreational needs, while also restoring natural habitats and preparing for the impacts of climate change.”
Now is the time for the public to weigh in on the proposals.
The De Anza Natural plan envisions the following:
- Reduced size of the Mission Bay Golf Course & Practice Center
- Relocating Mission Bay Ski & Boat Club
- Relocating Pacific Beach Tennis Club
- Relocating Mission Bay Youth Baseball
- No Campland on the Bay
- Reduction of campsites by 50% from current levels.
- No motorized boating in Northeast Mission Bay.
Help us advocate for the following:
- Preserving existing recreation and amenities!
- Ensuring NO net loss of campsites, protecting waterfront RV access!
- Adding wetlands while keeping current recreation and camping levels.
If you’d like to see a more balanced approach, please sign up today. Use the button below to stay informed of upcoming city meetings and the future plans for Mission Bay Park and De Anza Cove
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We’ll keep you up to date on the latest developments regarding plans for Northeast Mission Bay.