Campo Road Corridor Revitalization Specific Plan
The Campo Road Corridor Revitalization Specific Plan can be found below.
The Campo Road Corridor Revitalization Specific Plan (Specific Plan) is a community-based plan to improve the urban form, quality of life, and public safety along the Campo Road Commercial Corridor. The Specific Plan covers a 60-acre area (42 acres excluding roads and rights-of-way) centered on Campo Road between Rogers Road and Granada Avenue and serves as the commercial and civic center of the Casa de Oro community. The Specific Plan area primarily encompasses the commercial area extending one block north and south of Campo Road, and is located within the Valle de Oro Community Plan Area, which includes the communities of Casa de Oro, Mount Helix, and Rancho San Diego.
Board of Supervisors Hearing
The Board of Supervisors of the County of San Diego adopted the Campo Road Corridor Revitalization Specific Plan on January 11, 2023. The supporting materials for this hearing can be found under Item #3 at the following link: BOS Calendar Meetings (sandiegocounty.gov). A video of the hearing can be found at the following link: BOS Video.
In September 2015, the Casa de Oro Community Alliance (Alliance) was formed by a coalition of residents, business owners, property owners, community planning groups, nearby schools, churches, and other stakeholders, with the mission to enrich and beautify the Casa de Oro area. The Alliance prepared a Conceptual Plan that identified issues and outlined a vision for community revitalization.
As a response to the efforts and request of the Alliance, on September 27, 2017, the Board directed the Chief Administrative Officer to, “secure an outside consultant to work with the Casa de Oro Alliance; which includes the Grossmont-Mt. Helix Improvement Association, the Spring Valley and Valle de Oro community planning groups, and business and property owners to develop a plan with timeline and cost that would meet the goals and objectives of the Alliance’s conceptual plan.”
Development Services (PDS) secured a consultant to survey
existing conditions, confirm and expand on the issues and
opportunities identified in the Conceptual Plan, conduct
additional stakeholder outreach, and return to the Board
- Constraints and Infrastructure Analysis
- Market Analysis
- Community Visioning Workshop
Existing Conditions Traffic Analysis & Parking
- Fall Festival Summary
Phase III kicked off in June 2020. Under Phase III, the Specific Plan for the Campo Road corridor, Form-Based Code, Design Review Guidelines, and an Implementation Action Plan were anticipated to be completed. The completion of these items would establish a framework for guiding future private investment to transform the area into an inviting, compact, walkable and bikeable environment.
The Implementation Phase is the next step after the adoption of the
Specific Plan. A business and property owner survey is planned for
the future and County staff are actively applying for grant
opportunities in order to achieve the implementation plan laid out in
the Specific Plan.
PDS staff hosted a Public Workshop on November 8, 2021, which included an overview of the Draft Specific Plan and offered an opportunity for participants to provide input on the Draft Specific Plan. The Public Workshop was hosted and recorded on Zoom. The video recording of the workshop can be found below.
Previous Public Meetings
PDS staff hosted two virtual workshops during Phase III to receive input on the Specific Plan project. These workshops provided information about the plan and included an interactive forum to answer questions and to collect thoughts on the proposed Specific Plan.
Project Related Documents
Public Review of Draft Specific Plan
The Public Review for the draft of the Campo Road Corridor Revitalization Specific Plan, Background Report, and corresponding CEQA Documents ended on November 22, 2021. The following documents were made available from October 7, 2021, to November 22, 2021: