Capital Project Planning for 2023-2028

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Thank you for contributing to this project! The 2023/24 - 2027/28 Capital Plan was approved by the Board of Supervisors on March 14, 2023. The Minute Order can be found here.

Stay tuned for our new engagement webpage for the 2024/25 - 2028/29 Capital Plan. Coming soon!


Parks, libraries, health centers, and fire stations are county facilities that support our communities. Having a network of well-maintained facilities is essential to the quality of life of San Diego County residents.

Every year, we review and revise our forecast of planned and potential facility projects, also known as capital projects, in our Capital Plan through a process called the Capital Improvement Needs Assessment or CINA. The Capital Plan spans a five-year timeline and ensures we take care of our aging infrastructure and prepare for future needs.

Community input has been integral to informing the development of the Capital Plan.

Part of the capital planning process means making some hard choices, the recommended 2023/24 – 2027/28 Capital Plan strikes a balance between:

  • what we’ve heard from the public
  • the condition of existing facilities
  • community needs
  • operational needs
  • strategic initiative assessment
  • project readiness
  • available funds & grants

How can you continue participating 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 conversations at meetings
  • Speak up! Don’t hesitate to ask questions
  • Attend the March 14, 2023, Board of Supervisors meeting and submit a comment. Click the link to learn how.


Review the recommended 2023 - 28 Capital Plan here (updated February 14, 2023)

The 2023-28 StoryMap has been retired. Thank you for viewing!


Thank you for contributing to this project! The 2023/24 - 2027/28 Capital Plan was approved by the Board of Supervisors on March 14, 2023. The Minute Order can be found here.

Stay tuned for our new engagement webpage for the 2024/25 - 2028/29 Capital Plan. Coming soon!


Parks, libraries, health centers, and fire stations are county facilities that support our communities. Having a network of well-maintained facilities is essential to the quality of life of San Diego County residents.

Every year, we review and revise our forecast of planned and potential facility projects, also known as capital projects, in our Capital Plan through a process called the Capital Improvement Needs Assessment or CINA. The Capital Plan spans a five-year timeline and ensures we take care of our aging infrastructure and prepare for future needs.

Community input has been integral to informing the development of the Capital Plan.

Part of the capital planning process means making some hard choices, the recommended 2023/24 – 2027/28 Capital Plan strikes a balance between:

  • what we’ve heard from the public
  • the condition of existing facilities
  • community needs
  • operational needs
  • strategic initiative assessment
  • project readiness
  • available funds & grants

How can you continue participating 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 conversations at meetings
  • Speak up! Don’t hesitate to ask questions
  • Attend the March 14, 2023, Board of Supervisors meeting and submit a comment. Click the link to learn how.


Review the recommended 2023 - 28 Capital Plan here (updated February 14, 2023)

The 2023-28 StoryMap has been retired. Thank you for viewing!