San Diego Management & Monitoring Program





2006 Otay Valley Regional park Habitat Restoration Plan and Non-Native Removal Guidelines report

The County of San Diego Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) in coordination with the Cities of Chula Vista and San Diego have prepared the Habitat Restoration Plan & Non-native Plant Removal Guidelines (Plan). The goals of the plan are to 1) remove populations of non-native vegetation and 2) to manage and minimize the expansion of non-native species with in the Otay Valley Regional Park (OVRP).

1997 Otay Valley Regional Park Concept Plan report

This Concept Plan is the result of a multi-jurisdictional planning effort in the Otay River Valley by the County of San Diego and the cities of Chula Vista and San Diego. Much of the land within the Concept Plan is privately owned and has development potential based on existing zoning, land use plans and other development regulations. The Concept Plan does not change existing zoning, land use plans or add new development regulations. It does not preclude private development. It provides policy direction for the jurisdictions for coordinated land acquisition and development for the Regional Park, within this framework of private property rights.

2007 County of San Diego MSCP Monitoring Summary Report January 1998 - June 2007 report

The County is obligated to monitor habitat preservation and destruction (i.e., gains and losses), habitat quality, and certain covered species. Only the latter two elements are discussed in this report. This report focuses on data collected by County staff, its consultants, or volunteers. This includes efforts funded by Local Assistance Grants that were funded by the California Department of Fish and Game and coordinated by the County. In some instances, other agencies or individuals have surveyed lands for which the County has a responsibility to monitor; these data are reported here to the extent they are known. For the most part, information is presented that pertains to lands that the County is required to monitor under the MSCP, but there are cases where the County has performed surveys on lands managed by other participants, which are reported here as well.