San Diego Ocean Planning Partnership
The San Diego Ocean Planning Partnership is a collaborative pilot project between the California State Lands Commission and the Port of San Diego, each of whom manage and balance Public Trust ocean uses including commerce, navigation, recreation, fisheries, and environmental stewardship.

The intent of this pilot project is to hear from stakeholders and ocean users directly to better understand what the current ocean uses are in this offshore space, where they occur, and how they interact. Through public engagement, the Commission and Port would like to hear from stakeholders directly about how they use the ocean space, their challenges with those uses, their previous experiences and concerns with similar planning processes, and suggestions on how to best manage an ocean planning process.

If you'd like to participate in this process, please fill out the form below!

Are you familiar with ocean planning?
If so, how would you define “ocean planning”?
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Have you previously participated in an ocean planning process, like the MLPA Initiative or another planning process?
If so, please describe your experience. What would you do differently to improve that process?
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How do you currently use the ocean space?
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Do you have other interests in this space or would you expand your current use/s?
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What are your current challenges in the ocean space?
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What challenges do you foresee with expanding a current ocean use or starting a new use?
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What potential benefits do you see for ocean planning in San Diego? What are your issue areas?
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What else would you like us to consider through this process? What should we be concerned with?
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Do you have suggestions for managing the ocean planning process here in San Diego? (If not already answered previously)
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What is your name? (optional)
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Organization, agency, or interest group. (if none, please write "member of the public") (required) *
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Contact (optional)
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