SDSU asks public to speak out on Mission Valley plans

SAN DIEGO – San Diego State University will host two more scoping meetings regarding the future of the SDCCU Stadium site in Mission Valley. Public comment is encouraged.

The campus planners are starting to put together the timeline for the project, and the goal is to get the entire county to enjoy it.

Right now they’re working on the draft environmental impact report that should be completed by this summer. 60 days after that, SDSU is going open it back up to public comment.

Right now they want to know what concerns residents have regarding the environment; such as traffic, impacts on water resources, the nearby neighborhoods and noise.

SDSU says its committed to an open and transparent process, so they want comments on the plan itself and what issues are important to people.

SDSU Mission Valley will include a 35,000 seat stadium for Aztec football, a walk able public river park space for the public to enjoy and a campus extension.

There will be two more scoping meetings both located at the Mission Valley Marriott, January 30 and February 7 from 5:30 – 7:30.

All written comments received by February 19, 2019 will be considered. Please send written response to Please provide the name of the contact person for commenting parties or agencies. Written responses may also be sent via mail to Laura Shinn, Director; Planning, Design and Construction; SDSU; 5500 Campanile Drive, San Diego, California 92182-1624.

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