Capital Improvement

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View the Capital Improvement Plan Kickoff Meeting Below:

San Diego County’s Department of Public Works (DPW) is dedicated to enhancing our community’s infrastructure, including roads, bridges, and water systems, to ensure a safe and vibrant environment for all. Our Capital Improvement Plan (CIP), updated annually, outlines a five-year strategy to revitalize and improve infrastructure in line with the County’s Strategic Initiatives.

We’re committed to an inclusive planning process and value your input. Last fall, DPW held community workshops to discuss local improvements and gather feedback.

With subject matter experts in County-maintained roads, flood control, watershed protection, traffic, airports, closed landfills, and wastewater present during the meeting, attendees had the opportunity to:

  • Learn about plans for new infrastructure such as road improvements and street paving plans in unincorporated San Diego County
  • See the projects planned for your neighborhood
  • Find out how to stay informed and up to date
  • Ask questions and voice your opinion

Stay tuned! DPW is planning another series of public meetings to share updates on the CIP and hear your priorities. Your voice helps us build a better future for San Diego County!

Enter your email address under "STAY INFORMED" to subscribe to email updates on the CIP.

View the Capital Improvement Plan Kickoff Meeting Below:

San Diego County’s Department of Public Works (DPW) is dedicated to enhancing our community’s infrastructure, including roads, bridges, and water systems, to ensure a safe and vibrant environment for all. Our Capital Improvement Plan (CIP), updated annually, outlines a five-year strategy to revitalize and improve infrastructure in line with the County’s Strategic Initiatives.

We’re committed to an inclusive planning process and value your input. Last fall, DPW held community workshops to discuss local improvements and gather feedback.

With subject matter experts in County-maintained roads, flood control, watershed protection, traffic, airports, closed landfills, and wastewater present during the meeting, attendees had the opportunity to:

  • Learn about plans for new infrastructure such as road improvements and street paving plans in unincorporated San Diego County
  • See the projects planned for your neighborhood
  • Find out how to stay informed and up to date
  • Ask questions and voice your opinion

Stay tuned! DPW is planning another series of public meetings to share updates on the CIP and hear your priorities. Your voice helps us build a better future for San Diego County!

Enter your email address under "STAY INFORMED" to subscribe to email updates on the CIP.

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Have a question about the Capital Improvement Plan? Ask us! We'll get back to you as soon as we can. 

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  • Share Hello there, I'm new to Valley Center, and one of the things I find challenging in terms of road works and capital improvement projects is how difficult it is to get to I-15 from my new Valley Center home. I had been told there was a vision to make Mirar del Valle go through to I-15 via Deer Springs road. What is the plan for that and the timing? That would be a tremendous improvement for the commute times for us. on Facebook Share Hello there, I'm new to Valley Center, and one of the things I find challenging in terms of road works and capital improvement projects is how difficult it is to get to I-15 from my new Valley Center home. I had been told there was a vision to make Mirar del Valle go through to I-15 via Deer Springs road. What is the plan for that and the timing? That would be a tremendous improvement for the commute times for us. on Twitter Share Hello there, I'm new to Valley Center, and one of the things I find challenging in terms of road works and capital improvement projects is how difficult it is to get to I-15 from my new Valley Center home. I had been told there was a vision to make Mirar del Valle go through to I-15 via Deer Springs road. What is the plan for that and the timing? That would be a tremendous improvement for the commute times for us. on Linkedin Email Hello there, I'm new to Valley Center, and one of the things I find challenging in terms of road works and capital improvement projects is how difficult it is to get to I-15 from my new Valley Center home. I had been told there was a vision to make Mirar del Valle go through to I-15 via Deer Springs road. What is the plan for that and the timing? That would be a tremendous improvement for the commute times for us. link

    Hello there, I'm new to Valley Center, and one of the things I find challenging in terms of road works and capital improvement projects is how difficult it is to get to I-15 from my new Valley Center home. I had been told there was a vision to make Mirar del Valle go through to I-15 via Deer Springs road. What is the plan for that and the timing? That would be a tremendous improvement for the commute times for us.

    Mpuyot asked 8 months ago

    Thanks for your question. At this time, there is no current County project to extend this road as suggested, but the extension is part of the County’s General Plan Mobility Element Network. For Mirar del Valle to extend to I-15, it would need to be either a County Initiated project to acquire property and/or easement for public highway purposes and evaluated alongside all other projects, or as a private development through the County's Planning and Development Services Department.  

  • Share Are there plans to address traffic on San Pasqual Rd, between Bear Valley Parkway and highway 78? Trucks should not be allowed on this two-lane highway, yet every day I see them. Thank you on Facebook Share Are there plans to address traffic on San Pasqual Rd, between Bear Valley Parkway and highway 78? Trucks should not be allowed on this two-lane highway, yet every day I see them. Thank you on Twitter Share Are there plans to address traffic on San Pasqual Rd, between Bear Valley Parkway and highway 78? Trucks should not be allowed on this two-lane highway, yet every day I see them. Thank you on Linkedin Email Are there plans to address traffic on San Pasqual Rd, between Bear Valley Parkway and highway 78? Trucks should not be allowed on this two-lane highway, yet every day I see them. Thank you link

    Are there plans to address traffic on San Pasqual Rd, between Bear Valley Parkway and highway 78? Trucks should not be allowed on this two-lane highway, yet every day I see them. Thank you

    Marilyn asked 8 months ago

    Thank you for your question. San Pasqual Road serves several agricultural areas in the San Pasqual valley that require truck access. The road also changes jurisdiction between the city of San Diego and the county.  Large vehicles that have destination in the area have right to be on the road segment.  We can evaluate if there is a documented concern with large vehicle uses; however, we are not aware of any constraints at this time.  If you have additional questions, please let us know and we can have a member of the team follow up with you.

  • Share I am the chair of the Jacumba Community Sponsor Group (JCSG). How can Jacumba submit a request for sidewalks and crosswalk for the DPW's consideration? 619-743-5224 on Facebook Share I am the chair of the Jacumba Community Sponsor Group (JCSG). How can Jacumba submit a request for sidewalks and crosswalk for the DPW's consideration? 619-743-5224 on Twitter Share I am the chair of the Jacumba Community Sponsor Group (JCSG). How can Jacumba submit a request for sidewalks and crosswalk for the DPW's consideration? 619-743-5224 on Linkedin Email I am the chair of the Jacumba Community Sponsor Group (JCSG). How can Jacumba submit a request for sidewalks and crosswalk for the DPW's consideration? 619-743-5224 link

    I am the chair of the Jacumba Community Sponsor Group (JCSG). How can Jacumba submit a request for sidewalks and crosswalk for the DPW's consideration? 619-743-5224

    Cherry Diefenbach asked 9 months ago

    Thank you for your question. We recommend approaching your Community Planning Group (CPG) and have the CPG submit a request to the County to consider project as part of the priority list. You can find your CPG here Communities/Advisory Groups (sandiegocounty.gov).  For painting cross walks, you can work with the Traffic team by submitting a request through our Tell Us Now app, which can be downloaded here County App Center (sandiegocounty.gov). 

  • Share Where can we find descriptions of the projects in the CIP list? on Facebook Share Where can we find descriptions of the projects in the CIP list? on Twitter Share Where can we find descriptions of the projects in the CIP list? on Linkedin Email Where can we find descriptions of the projects in the CIP list? link

    Where can we find descriptions of the projects in the CIP list?

    CommunityMember asked 8 months ago

    Thank you for your question. The full list of projects with brief descriptions is available on our Engage page under the 2025-2029 project list. Capital Improvement | Engage San Diego County . You can also see the map on our outreach page, which lists out project details: CIP (sandiegocounty.gov). Direct link to map here: gis-portal.sandiegocounty.gov/arcgis/apps/MapSeries/index.html?appid=57b429f8a52148789e376110fcb0cb14. Lastly, there is a link titled “CIP Five Year Plan” posted here: Capital Projects (sandiegocounty.gov). This plan will be updated within the next month, but gives more detailed information. 


    If you have a specific project you'd like to discuss please let us know and we can have the lead staff reach out to you. Staff for each project are also listed on the links I provided above. 

  • Share Where is the agenda showing the projects? on Facebook Share Where is the agenda showing the projects? on Twitter Share Where is the agenda showing the projects? on Linkedin Email Where is the agenda showing the projects? link

    Where is the agenda showing the projects?

    Ms. Miller asked 9 months ago

    Thanks for your question. You can see the full list of projects on our Engage page, right side, titled DPW 2025-2029 Project list. Capital Improvement | Engage San Diego County 

    This will pull up the pdf document listing each project on the capital improvement plan. 

    Please let us know if you have additional questions. 


  • Share Hello! Do we need to go to the respective location to talk about our improvements or will each meeting include all? And will all locations be talked about at the virtual meeting? Thanks! on Facebook Share Hello! Do we need to go to the respective location to talk about our improvements or will each meeting include all? And will all locations be talked about at the virtual meeting? Thanks! on Twitter Share Hello! Do we need to go to the respective location to talk about our improvements or will each meeting include all? And will all locations be talked about at the virtual meeting? Thanks! on Linkedin Email Hello! Do we need to go to the respective location to talk about our improvements or will each meeting include all? And will all locations be talked about at the virtual meeting? Thanks! link

    Hello! Do we need to go to the respective location to talk about our improvements or will each meeting include all? And will all locations be talked about at the virtual meeting? Thanks!

    Amanda asked 9 months ago

    Thank you for your question. You can attend any meeting. We will have the full project list printed at each meeting and staff on hand to discuss the projects. The meetings are an open house format to allow you to have your individual questions answered. 

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