ReWild Mission Bay

Update: City plans for De Anza Point do not protect wetlands

11/29/16 Update: You can email your comments directly to the City via, if you don’t want to participate in their full online engagement activity here. For suggestions on what to say, keep scrolling.

The City of San Diego has a once in a lifetime chance to protect wetlands in Mission Bay when they “revitalize” De Anza Point (part of the ReWild Mission Bay study area). Unfortunately, the plans they released on November 7th do little to safeguard the future of Mission Bay’s natural resources and do not restore meaningful public access to this piece of San Diego’s beloved coastline.

Don’t let special interests dictate the future of our coast.
Click here and tell the City: wetlands matter for wildlife AND our communities.

We know what wetlands provide to our communities: cleaner water, chances to play in nature, a buffer against sea level rise, habitat for wildlife, and more. Wetlands protect us, now we need to protect them. The City planners in charge of the De Anza Revitalization Plan will be accepting online comments from now until November 30th (Update: Online comments will be accepted through December 8th). Commenting on their three draft plans and sharing your priorities for the northeast corner of Mission Bay is key to making sure wetlands thrive.

We encourage you to tell the City the following:

Go here to review their plans and provide your input. It’s the best way you can help make sure wetlands are protected.