Mission Hills Heritage


Heritage Park Master Plan Improvement

The Heritage Park Project proposes that the County of San Diego enter into an agreement with Pacific Hospitality Group (PHG - owner and operator of the Hacienda Hotel) to develop and operate Heritage Park for lodging and other purposes. (Heritage Park is located on Juan Street, across from the Hacienda Hotel.) Development includes site improvements and the creation of 84 guest rooms.

The 84 units would come from converting six existing Victorian buildings for 21 units and building four new structures to provide 63 units. No new parking is proposed, as the plan utilizes 45 spaces existing at Heritage Park and an additional 41 spaces in the lot controlled by the Hacienda Hotel at the corner of Juan and Harney. The county document includes drawings and an analysis of many possible environmental impacts, all of which are proposed to be "No impact" or "Less than significant impact."

To read the entire negative declaration for the Heritage Park Project, click HERE (68-page pdf).

The County Board of Supervisors will be considering this project on April 8, 2009.

Mission Hills Heritage has sent a letter to the County of San Diego Department of Parks and Recreation stating our concerns and comments on the Draft Negative Declaration on the Heritage Park Master Plan Improvement. To read the letter to the County from Mission Hills Heritage, click HERE (93kb pdf). We will continue to monitor this project and provide updates as events unfold.


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