The LCPG Meets the 1st Wednesday of every month @ 6:30pm at the:
Lakeside Community Center
9841 Vine Street, Lakeside, CA 92040
Next Meeting: Weds, October 1, 2014
Roadways & Capital Improvements Subcommittee
The Roadways and CI Subcommittee met on the following dates to set priorities for the County's long range Capital Improvement Project planning efforts:
Wednesday, September 10th; 6:00 - 7:00pm
Wednesday, September 24th; 6:00 - 8:00pm
These meetings were open to the public.
At the October 1st LCPG meeting, the board will review the recommendations compiled by the Roadways & Capital Improvements Subcommittee and will vote on the priorities to send to the County. The Subcommittee worked to prioritize Capital Improvement Priorities such as drainage, sidewalks, intersections, traffic calming, and paving of County roads.
Priorities Recommended by R&CI Subcommittee
Letter from County Requesting Priorities
County Recommended Pavement Improvements
Revitalization Infrastructure Subcommittee Priorities
Previous Capital Improvement Priorities - New!
Map of County Maintained Roads
County of San Diego
Traffic Guidelines Update:
Greetings from the Traffic Engineering Section,
Periodically, County staff updates the long-standing ”County of San Diego Traffic Guidelines” document. This document serves as a handy guide for members of the public, law enforcement, and County staff in developing solutions for common roadway traffic matters such as parking regulations, speed limits, stop signs, traffic signals, centerline & edge striping, guardrail, crosswalks and school traffic safety. This document was last updated in 2001 and is housed here on the internet: www.sdcounty.ca.gov/dpw/docs/trficguide.pdf
We have updated the document for 2014 and have attached a marked up copy and a single page summary of edits. Updates include matching current criteria set forth in the California Vehicle Code, the California Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices, the American Association of State Highway Traffic Officials guidelines. We expect the guidelines will be presented to the County of San Diego Traffic Advisory Committee for recommendation in September 2014 and the Board of Supervisors for adoption in December 2014.
Traffic Guidelines - 2014 DRAFT
Summary of Changes
Kenton R. Jones, PE, MSCE
Chief of Safety & Loss Mitigation
DPW Traffic Engineering (O-334)
Lakeside DRB Meeting Materials - Coming Soon!
You may notice at the top of the page that the Lakeside Design Review Board (DRB) now has their own tab! What that means is that for future DRB meetings, you will also be able to use this site to access the DRB meeting materials and design documents.
1976 Lindo Lake Environmental Impact Report - Received from Bill Saumier, County Parks & Recreation Dept, "During a search through old records from Iron Mountain, I found this EIR from 1976 from when Lindo lake was really just a pond. You’ll see in the document that the lake was later expanded to its current size when 15 additional acres were added. It appears from this document that the east and west basins were “normally dry” except following winter rain events. There has been a long history of wanting Lindo Lake to be a larger lake than just the original pond and seasonal lake that it has been. This EIR documents the true historical conditions of Lindo Lake."
Click here for the 1976 Lindo Lake EIR
***NEW*** LCPG Standing Rules of Order - At the last meeting, the LCPG amended the LCPG Standing Rules of Order to complement the other documents governing the meeting process. All governing docs available on our Members page.
Click here for the all new LCPG Standing Rules of Order or download them below:
LCPG Board Attendance Record - As requested at our September meeting, the Attendance Record for the LCPG board members has been added under the Members Page of our website.
Lakeside Community Planning Group Resources:
The Lakeside Community Planning Group is an elected body that acts in an advisory capacity to the Department of Planning & Development Services (PDS), the Planning Commission, the Board of Supervisors and other County departments. The Planning Group's recommendations are advisory only and are not binding on the County of San Diego.