The April 12th meeting of the MMRC is, once again, shaping up be one of the more important meetings we’ve had in some time.

Yet another small army of folks (designers, architects, etc.) from the city will be in attendance for a kick-off discussion about constructing a totally new RESOURCE PARK, the first ever Resource Park in Mira Mesa, a type of park that very few communities in San Diego are privileged to have. And, we have the opportunity to name this unique park the BRUCE G. BROWN RESOURCE PARK.

Below is a map of the undeveloped park site at the intersection of Mercy Road and I-15, the extreme Northeast corner of Mira Mesa.

We look forward to seeing you at the meeting and be advised that, once again, the meeting may well run a little longer than usual.

The Agenda for the meeting can be found here: Current Agenda and Minutes

Canyon Hills Resource Park Map