Help get our parking lot fixed!
For years now, we have been requesting that the City of San Diego's Parks and Recreation fix our parking lot, and for years we've been put on the back burner. However, the situation can no longer be ignored. Our parking lot is degrading by the day, and after last year's street construction, when our lot was used to store heavy equipment that tore up the surface, the lot is worse than ever on the W Point Loma Blvd/Nimitz side.
What can you do, you ask? Please, read below.
CRUCIAL STEP: Please call and email Councilman Lori Zapf's office to complain about the state of the parking lot as well. The ultimate goal is to get the parking lot enlarged with more parking spots. Call and email as many times as you wish. Tel: (619) 236-6622 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Her rep for the OB area is Conrad Wear.
It's very simple and will only take five minutes of your time (if you can, please submit once a day): (Click here for screen shots of instructions)
1: Go to: https://www.sandiego.gov/citycouncil/cd2
2: Select "Report Pothole", on following page, again select "Pothole"
3: Fill in the information as provided below in the corresponding fields:
1) Address: Dusty Rhodes Park, Sunset Cliffs Boulevard, San Diego
2) Report Category/Type: Pothole
3) Description: The parking lot on the big dog/Nimitz side is in horrendous condition. There are potholes, cracks, and fissures everywhere. It's been like this for years, we've been complaining about it for years, and the city has ignored us completely. Please fill in the potholes, or repave the entire lot.
4) Please include photos of the parking lot.
Feel free to download and use the photos in this gallery.
4: Click "Next" at the bottom
5: You may choose to submit anymously, or provide contact info.
6: Verify your report, then submit. YOU'RE FINISHED! THANK YOU!
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