2024 - 2029 Capital Plan

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Thank you for contributing to this project! The final recommended 2024 - 2029 Capital Plan will be presented to the Board of Supervisors for approval on March 12, 2024.



Parks, live well centers, fire stations and the offices where you go to pick up a marriage license are examples of County facilities that support our communities and staff. Having a network of well-maintained facilities is essential to the quality of life for San Diego County residents. Improving existing County facilities and developing new ones through capital project planning is one way the County works to provide residents with essential services.

Capital projects can include new construction or renovation of County buildings, recreation centers, and Sheriff stations or the purchase of land to build parks. A capital project is the building block of the Capital Plan. The Capital Plan spans a five-year timeline and ensures we take care of our aging infrastructure and prepare for future needs.

Each year, we review and update our forecast of planned and potential capital projects in our Capital Plan through a process called the Capital Improvement Needs Assessment or CINA.

We take the following into consideration when developing the Capital Plan:

  • What we've heard from our communities
  • The condition of existing facilities
  • The needs of our communities and County operations
  • How projects align with County goals and values
  • How prepared a project is to get started
  • Available funds & grants

How can you get involved in the capital planning process?

  • Stay informed by reviewing the information on this site
  • Share information with your communities
  • Participate in the engagement tools on this site
  • Contribute to the conversations at the meetings
  • Speak up! Don’t hesitate to ask questions or submit feedback
  • Participate in the annual Community Workshop
  • Attend the March 12, 2024, Board of Supervisors meeting and submit a comment. Click the link to learn how.

The Capital Plan is supplemented by departmental or program-focused master plans, and strategic facility plans. These plans provide long-range visioning and planning for the County. Click here to review a summary of future capital projects.

Thank you for contributing to this project! The final recommended 2024 - 2029 Capital Plan will be presented to the Board of Supervisors for approval on March 12, 2024.



Parks, live well centers, fire stations and the offices where you go to pick up a marriage license are examples of County facilities that support our communities and staff. Having a network of well-maintained facilities is essential to the quality of life for San Diego County residents. Improving existing County facilities and developing new ones through capital project planning is one way the County works to provide residents with essential services.

Capital projects can include new construction or renovation of County buildings, recreation centers, and Sheriff stations or the purchase of land to build parks. A capital project is the building block of the Capital Plan. The Capital Plan spans a five-year timeline and ensures we take care of our aging infrastructure and prepare for future needs.

Each year, we review and update our forecast of planned and potential capital projects in our Capital Plan through a process called the Capital Improvement Needs Assessment or CINA.

We take the following into consideration when developing the Capital Plan:

  • What we've heard from our communities
  • The condition of existing facilities
  • The needs of our communities and County operations
  • How projects align with County goals and values
  • How prepared a project is to get started
  • Available funds & grants

How can you get involved in the capital planning process?

  • Stay informed by reviewing the information on this site
  • Share information with your communities
  • Participate in the engagement tools on this site
  • Contribute to the conversations at the meetings
  • Speak up! Don’t hesitate to ask questions or submit feedback
  • Participate in the annual Community Workshop
  • Attend the March 12, 2024, Board of Supervisors meeting and submit a comment. Click the link to learn how.

The Capital Plan is supplemented by departmental or program-focused master plans, and strategic facility plans. These plans provide long-range visioning and planning for the County. Click here to review a summary of future capital projects.

Page last updated: 14 Feb 2024, 01:16 PM