Welcome to Port for All: The Next 50 Years

The Port has completed the initial phase of a comprehensive, integrated master planning process that will create a long-term guide to carry the Port through the next 50 years. The Board of Port Commissioners has accepted the Integrated Planning Vision, which includes the Phase I Vision Statement, Guiding Principles and Assessment Report that will ensure a holistic, thoughtful, and balanced approach to creating a vibrant, sustainable San Diego Bay for future generations.

What people are saying about the Vision

“A guiding principle should be that marine terminal operations will operate in a manner that does not negatively impact the health and safety of residents.”

“The Port should ensure that it retains full control of the marine terminals.”

“The precious natural resources in the South Bay should be valued, protected, enhanced, invested in, and reorganized as an extreme treasure of the region – and the world.”

“Develop and integrate transit or modal option to move around the Port.”

“Port should develop its own clean and distributed energy network.”

News

Port Holds Workshop #1, The Public Realm

Port to Conduct Board Workshop Series for Integrated Planning

Port Accepts Vision for Integrated Planning Effort

Port Invites Public to Integrated Planning Open Houses to Shape Future Vision of San Diego Bay

Port of San Diego Launches Community Opinion Survey to Capture Input on Port’s Long Range Vision

Port of San Diego to Host Community Engagement Events

Harbor Island Could See Wave of Projects

Five Things to Know About the Port’s New Master Plan Planning for the Next 50 Years on the Bay

HKS Urban Design Studio Selected to Lead Port of San Diego Integrated Master Planning Effort

The vision is the first
phase of the Port's
Integrated Master Plan
process. In this phase,
we will develop a new,
long-term vision and
guiding principles
that will direct the
new Port Master Plan.