South County Plan
The San Diego Multiple Species Conservation Program (MSCP) Plan for the southwestern portion of San Diego County was approved in 1998 and covers 85 species. The City of San Diego, portions of the unincorporated County, and ten additional city jurisdictions make up the San Diego MSCP Plan Area. The County Subarea Plan (South County Plan) was adopted by the Board of Supervisors in October 1997.
The goal of the South County Plan is to acquire or permanently protect 98,379 acres in the unincorporated area. Since 1998, thousands of acres of land have been added to the MSCP by local, State, and Federal agencies.
Project Contact: MSCP@sdcounty.ca.gov | (858) 505-6677
MSCP Annual Reports go before the Board of Supervisors every spring. Click above to see the most recent annual report and subscribe below to receive hearing updates as they become available.
San Diego MSCP Plan
- Biological Mitigation Ordinance (Attachments)
- Biological Opinion (for the County Subarea Plan)
Final Environmental Impact Report/Environmental Impact Statement
- MSCP Final Environmental Impact Report/Environmental Impact Statement Vol. 2
- Framework Management Plan (Attachment A)
Board Report and Attachments