The San Diego City Council is set to vote on a new community plan, a blueprint for long-term growth, for Barrio Logan this week.
It’ll be the first community plan the city renews since the 2008 update of the general plan, the citywide growth vision that 50-plus communities are expected to follow.
In the coming years, a number of new plans are due for approval. For most, density, new parks and public transit will be among the major issues.
But Barrio Logan has a much bigger flashpoint. Its community currently includes an unhealthy mix of residential, commercial and industrial uses mingling together on a block-by-block basis. The first order of business is separating those uses.