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County Board Meetings Temporarily Moving to New Location at the County Operations Center in Kearny Mesa.

Aug 29, 2019 06:47PM ● By Paul Spear
The meetings will be held in the Campus Center Chambers, within the building seen to the left. The public can park in the structure seen to the right.

By Tracy DeFore, County of San Diego Communications OfficeAug. 29, 2019 | 3:13 PM

Starting Sept. 10, County Board of Supervisors meetings will be temporarily held at the County Operations Center in Kearny Mesa.

The meetings typically take place downtown at the County Administration Center, but the building’s Board Chamber is currently closed for renovation.

The next 12 Board meetings are scheduled to take place at the Campus Center Chambers at 5520 Overland Ave., 92123.

If you plan to attend, allow for extra time to find a parking space and pass through security screening. The nearest parking structure is located at 5515 Overland Ave. across from the Campus Center Chambers. You can reach the structure from several routes, but most directly from an entrance on Farnham St. You can park in the visitor or white spaces on the lower levels of the parking structure. The chambers building is west of the structure. Gain entry to the meeting by passing through the Commons Café.

Live video is available while the meetings are in progress and archived several hours later. Board agendas are also available online the Wednesday before scheduled meetings.

The Board is expected to resume meetings at the County Administration Center in January 2020.

Below: The board meetings will be held at 5520 Overland Ave. 



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