The Problem With Urban Sprawl Into Rural Fire Country

Whether through General Plan Amendments (Newland Sierra) or through annexation (Safari Highlands Ranch), we must STOP developers continuing to work around rules created to guide growth in safe, orderly and responsible ways – NOT urban sprawl into rural fire...

Buena Vista Audubon Society Joins Opposition to SHR

SPVPA is pleased to announce Buena Vista Audubon Society has joined the growing list of organizations who oppose the Safari Highlands Ranch project. Buena Vista Audubon Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit focused on: Conservation through Education, Advocacy, Land...

Outside Experts Weigh In On SHR DEIR

The Safari Highlands Ranch Draft EIR public comment period closed on January 2, 2018. As part of our long-planned response, SPVPA and Endangered Habitats League retained an impressive team of experts to analyze and submit comments on the SHR DEIR. The results of this...

LAFCO Among Agencies Not Notified of DEIR Release

As we mentioned earlier this week, the City of Escondido failed to properly notify more than one agency of the draft EIR for SHR when it was released in mid-October. Today the San Diego Union-Tribune reported that LAFCO was one of the agencies that was not notified of...

The Coast News Reports SPVPA’s Pushback on SHR

Another powerful newspaper article about the Safari Highlands Ranch development battle. “It’s still very rural land zoned for 27 houses. That’s what they bought, that’s their land and they are looking for a mechanism for which they can flip that into being worth, and...
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