“The valleys and canyons are San Diego's priceless asset...It is of great importance that San Diego now, at the last moment, preserve all the remaining undeveloped valleys and canyons. Keep the building up on the expansive flats above.”
Temporary Paradise? (1974)
The Mesas, Valleys & Canyons KAN evaluates how San Diego's many diverse communities may preserve and utilize our expansive network of canyons as a treasured amenity, while looking for opportunities for recreation and environmental stewardship in our valleys.
A Better Mission Valley and SDSU West
The stadium property in Mission Valley is the largest developable site in the city and is publicly owned. It represents a true once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to achieve a spectacular outcome for all concerned – SDSU, the Mission Valley community, and the city as a whole.
APPLY HERE to fill one of the following knowledge areas on the Mesas, Valleys, & Canyons KAN.
Sustainable Architecture and Design
Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Natural Resource Management / Environmental Protection Science-Based Decision Making / Evidence-Based Design Community Engagement Adaptive Reuse Equity and Inclusion Economic Development Public Art and Placemaking
C-3's Knowledge Action Networks (KANs) bring together local thought leaders from planning, design, policy, academia, community development, and more to address our region’s distinctive and pressing land use challenges.
Citizens Coordinate for Century 3 (C-3) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to education and advocacy on issues of policy, planning, and design throughout the San Diego region. Federal Tax ID: 95-2593199