EarthFair 2020 (Canceled due to COVID-19 restrictions)
Sunday, April 19, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM at Balboa Park
It’s our 8th year celebrating EarthFair! The SMT booth is typically on El Prado East between the Lily Pond and the Natural History Museum. Stop by to say hello and learn about preserving the park.
Santee City Council meetings (ongoing) (Check their website for 2021 updates)
Second and fourth Wednesday of the months January – October, 7:00 PM
(No meeting July 8; Third Wed. only in Nov. 2020; Second Wed. only in Dec. 2020)
Council Chambers at Santee City Hall, 10601 Magnolia Avenue, Santee, CA 92071
(619) 258-4100, Ext. 114 Directions here.
Find out about proposed developments that could affect MTRP and its adjacent open space in the eastern and northern areas of the park. Speak out!
Mission Trails Regional Park TASK FORCE meetings (ongoing) (Check their website for 2021 updates)
2020 – Thursdays, Jan 16, March 19, May 21, July 16, Sept 17, Nov 19, 10:00 – 11:30 AM at the MTRP Visitor Center. Directions here. The Task Force makes important decisions concerning the park and surrounding open space. Attend to stay informed. Speak your concerns during the public comment period. Be vigilant!
Mission Trails Regional Park CAC meetings (ongoing) (Check their website for 2021 updates)
2020 – Tuesdays, Jan 7, March 3, May 5, July 7, Sept 1, and Oct 27, 6:30 PM at the MTRP Visitor Center. Directions here. The Citizens Advisory Committee includes representatives from different agencies and from the cities and neighborhoods surrounding the park. The public can keep up-to-date on and express any concerns about what’s planned for our Mission Trails Regional Park. Please attend.
San Diego City Council meetings (ongoing) (Check their website for 2021 updates)
Mondays at 2:00 PM and Tuesdays at 10:00 AM at San Diego City Hall, 202 C St, 12th Floor, San Diego, 92101 Directions here. Click for meeting schedule and agenda info. Ask the City Council to continue to protect East Elliott land as open space as it is contiguous to MTRP and an important corridor for wildlife such as deer, bobcat, coyote. Ask the Council to categorize any East Elliott publicly-owned open space zoned land as DEDICATED open space (more permanent protection than designated open space).