Our team members protect, maintain and sustain 157 park facilities and 389 miles of trails across 58,000 acres of land. We promote environmental ambassadorship, health and wellness, safe communities and civic pride through thousands of programs including interpretive hikes and bike rides, educational workshops, nature discovery tables, classes, camps, volunteer activities, community festivals and more.
$20.2M
Protecting the Climate & Natural Resources
Infrastructure Safety
$1.5M
$2.8M
$7.5M
$2M
$2M
$2.0M
$2.3M
Land acquisitions to help protect native species
Biological and cultural monitoring
Plant 4,000 new trees
Conservation and restoration activities beyond MSCP
Major maintenance, replacements and upgrades
Dredging in Smugglers Gulch
Drainage and facility improvements
Evaluation of drinking water systems
Roof, walkway, tennis court and field improvements
Replacing turf
Sewer upgrades
Restroom improvements
ADA and playground upgrades
Planning efforts to help protect native species
Improve environmental conditions in Tijuana River Valley
$7.8M
Supporting How You Live, Work & Recreate
Empowering the Community
Run San Diego/Safe Destination (SD) Nights serving 8,000 youth participants
Provide youth employment opportunities
ADA improvements to enhance accessibility
Translate information into eight languages
Train team members on equity, diversity and inclusion topics
Involve the community in our programs through meeting and online options
Use data to understand/track community needs (Community Needs Assessment)
Monitor changes
in regulations and develop policy in coordination with other jurisdictions
Interpretive Programming
Homeless encampment cleanup
Recreational Programming
Maintain existing tree canopy
Operate 157 parks, 58,000 acres of parkland and 389 miles of trails
Special Events
$1M
$105K
$1M
$4K
$400K
$111K
$154K
$154K
$1.7M
$1M
$4.4M
$1.5M
$26M
$1.5M
$7.8M
$36.1M
$3M
In Fiscal Year 2024/25 the following nine projects valued at $27.4M will be funded. Costs are accounted for in another area of the County budget:
Mulitple Species Conservation Program (MSCP) Land Acquisition (CAP)
Stowe Trail
Lindo Lake Improvements Phase 2
Sycamore Canyon Trails
Mira Mesa Epicentre
Calavo Park
Butterfield Ranch/ Star Valley Development
Encinitas Landfill Park Conversion
Dictionary Hill Trails
DPR also manages capital projects valued at $289M that are in different phases of design, engineering and construction. In Fiscal Year 2024/25 the following nine projects valued at $27.4M will be funded. Costs are accounted for in another area of the County budget:
$27.4M
Capital Projects
FY 24-25 Summary
Budget
in Millions
$75.8M
Change
from FY
23-24
0.7%
Team
Members
304
Change
from FY
23-24
1.7%
Protecting
Health
$250K
$20.2M
Protecting the Climate & Natural Resources
Supporting
How You Live,
Work & Recreate
$36.1M
Empowering
the Community
$3M
Infrastructure
Safety
$7.8M
$27.4M
Capital
Projects
$250K
Assessing Small Water Systems
$250K
Protecting Health
LUEG Department Budgets
Land stewardship activities
Land Use &
Environment
Group
Environmental
Health & Quality
Parks &
Recreation
Planning &
Development
Services
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Works
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