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Community Planning

San Diego Military Installation Resilience (Phases I & II)

SANDAG and Navy Region Southwest are working collaboratively, along with our regional stakeholder partners, to identify and address climate change impacts that could affect the resiliency of local naval installations and harm efforts to remain mission-ready. Through a series of grants awarded by the Department of Defense’s Office of Local Defense Community Cooperation, SANDAG, NRSW, and our partners have identified three major transportation corridors that are at the highest risk of climate change impacts and have high strategic importance for Navy mission readiness. These corridors are:

  • SR 75 and SR 282 in the Cities of San Diego and Coronado
  • Harbor Drive in the City of San Diego
  • Pacific Coast Highway in the City of San Diego

During Phase One of the grant, SANDAG and the Navy worked with project team stakeholders to complete an initial assessment of the climate change threats to military installations and surrounding transportation assets. During Phase Two, specific climate adaptation actions will be identified along the corridors, while data analyzed on military travel behavior will inform development of mitigation strategies and infrastructure projects for the entire region.

Project Manager

Jeff Hoyos, Senior Regional Planner
Phone: (619) 699-1932, Email:

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