Property Management Section


The Property Management Section of the Asset Management Division is responsible for managing and marketing County-owned real property that is not being used for County purposes.

The functions of the Property Management Section include managing the County’s existing lease portfolio, negotiating new leases, selling surplus County-owned real property, selling and granting easements, issuing licenses and right-of-entry permits, developing plans and programs for the generation of revenue from County-owned real property, and overseeing other agreements and documents involving the use of County-owned real property.

County-owned properties may be offered for lease, sale or as a development opportunity. County-owned properties available for lease are typically offered for lease with provisions for market rent and annual rent adjustments.  County-owned properties available for sale are typically offered for sale using a minimum bid price based on the highest and best use of the property and are subject to a competitive bid process.  Development opportunities and certain lease opportunities are usually offered through a Request for Proposals (RFP) process
in which the County evaluates proposals based on criteria described in the

Information on County-owned property currently being offered for lease, sale or as a development opportunity is available through this website.  Further information regarding available properties may also be obtained by emailing the Property Management Section @DGS Asset Management.

Please note that any solicitation by the Asset Management Division does not commit the County of San Diego to sell a property, execute a lease or other agreement, or to pay any costs incurred in the preparation of a proposal in response to an RFP. The County of San Diego reserves the right to cancel, in part or in its entirety, any solicitation, at any time, should it be in the best interest of the County.