Peninsula Community Planning Board

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The Peninsula Community Planning Board is a Community Planning Group citizen organization that advises the City of San Diego on land use-based community goals and development proposals. PCPB is established in conformance with City policies and are "recognized" to provide official recommendations to the City.

Neighborhood Parking Protection Ordinance (Oversized Vehicles) is now in effect. Read it Here

The Peninsula Community Planning Board has a new Facebook page at: PCPB Peninsula Community Planning Board
We’ll try to answer the question, “What’s going in that lot over there?” We’ll try to mention things that will affect you – like when Rosecrans will be dug up for Navy fuel line repairs and how traffic will be rerouted onto Catalina.
We’ll try to present some factual information on controversial questions coming before the board. For example, why single-family homes in Roseville can be torn down and replaced by four-unit apartments without any public hearing.  Critics say it is changing the community character for the worse.
Jon Linney, responsible for the postings, welcomes content ideas.
Click here - PCPB Peninsula Community Planning Board


The Peninsula Community Planning Board (PCPB) Annual Election is in March - More information on
Elections page- Including Election Results

Election Press Release

US Navy Miramar Pipeline Repair Project - 12/3/14 Meeting Flyer - PCPB Letter

The Peninsula Community Planning area encompasses about 4,409 acres (approximately 7 square miles) and is bounded by the Ocean Beach community (split off and founded in 1975) and the Pacific Ocean on the west and south, The San Diego River Flood Control Channel and the Midway community on the north, and San Diego Bay and Port tidelands on the east.

The Peninsula community is a highly urbanized community, comprised of a number of relatively distinct residential neighborhoods including: Ocean Beach Highlands, Point Loma Highlands, Loma Alta, Loma Palisades, Loma Portal, Fleetridge, Roseville, Sunset Cliffs, Wooded Area, La Playa, Roseville and the former Naval Training Center renamed Liberty Station.


Third Thursday
6:30 p.m.
Board Meeting: Point Loma Branch Library, 3701 Voltaire Street, San Diego
Click here for Board Page
Peninsula Community Planning Board
P.O. Box 7994
San Diego, CA 92167
E-mail: pcpbem@gmail.com


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