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Bottle Peak Preserve

The County of San Diego Department of Parks and Recreation is pleased to announce the availability of the Draft Bottle Peak Preserve Resource Management Plan (RMP) for public review and comment.

This RMP has been prepared as a guidance document to manage and preserve the biological and cultural resources within the Preserve. As part of the RMP effort, biological and cultural surveys were conducted in 2014/2015 to characterize the baseline conditions of the Preserve needed to develop future management and monitoring efforts. The vegetation communities within the Preserve include southern mixed chaparral, Diegan coastal sage scrub, coast live oak woodland, Engelmann oak woodland, and non-native grassland. These vegetation communities support multiple sensitive species including: mule deer, Dulzura pocket-mouse, coastal western whiptail, and barn owl. The Preserve is currently closed to the public.

If you have any questions, please contact Jennifer Price at (858) 966-1375. Please send your comments to the attention of Jennifer Price, via mail at 5500 Overland Avenue, Suite 410, San Diego, CA 92123; via fax to (858) 495-5841; or via email to Jennifer.Price@sdcounty.ca.gov by June 20, 2018.

Document Open for Comment:
Draft Bottle Peak Preserve Resource Management Plan (RMP)

Supporting Documents (not open for comment):
Final Bottle Peak Preserve Baseline Biodiversity Report
Final Bottle Peak Preserve Vegetation Management Plan


Santa Ysabel Preserve

The County of San Diego Department of Parks and Recreation is pleased to announce the availability of the Draft Santa Ysabel Preserve Resource Management Plan (RMP) for public review and comment.

This Draft RMP has been prepared as a guidance document to manage and preserve the biological and cultural resources within the Preserve. A variety of biological and cultural resources surveys were implemented to characterize baseline conditions of the Preserve and to inform future management and monitoring efforts. The results of the biological and cultural resources surveys have been used to prepare the Draft RMP. The goal of the RMP is to balance the preservation of the natural biological and cultural resources in the Preserve and to outline management strategies for these resources.

Habitats within the Preserve include southern mixed chaparral, Diegan coastal sage scrub, coast live oak woodland, Engelmann oak woodland, montane meadow, freshwater seep, and non-native grassland. These vegetation communities support multiple sensitive species including: Northwestern San Diego pocket mouse, western mastiff bat, coast horned lizard, and short-eared owl.

If you have any questions, please contact Bethany Principe at (858) 966-1321. Please send your comments to the attention of Bethany Principe, via mail at 5500 Overland Avenue, Suite 410, San Diego, CA 92123; via fax to (858) 495-5841; or via email to Bethany.Principe@sdcounty.ca.gov by June 20, 2018.

Document Open for Comment:
Draft Santa Ysabel Resource Management Plan (RMP)

Supporting Documents (not open for comment):
Appendix A - Rare Plant and Vegetation Surveys 2002-2003
Appendix B - Post Cedar Fire Plant Surveys 2004
Appendix C - Baseline Biodiversity 2002-2003
Appendix D - Stephens Kangaroo Rat Surveys
Appendix E - Baseline Biodiversity Cauzza 2017

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