The South County Economic Development Council (SCEDC) works with business and community leaders to encourage education and economic development in the South County region. This area includes Chula Vista, Coronado, Imperial Beach, National City, the Otay Mesa and San Ysidro communities of the City of San Diego, and the unincorporated communities of Bonita, East Otay Mesa, and Lincoln Acres in San Diego County. We encourage private investment and serve as an advocate for the area’s public and private interests.
We are working on an economic vision for the area and want to hear from you about the economic strategies our region should focus on in the next five years. Please join the conversation and take the survey for this is year-long project.
The vision for the South County Visioning Project is to create a regional vision and pathway to prosperity built on investment opportunities and job creation resulting in a more marketable and economically viable South County.
Our goal is to create an economic vision with an economic strategy that threads various opportunities in South County and captures and builds on the synergy among these projects and provides a unified vision to support future planning.
The South County Visioning Project has four objectives:
- Develop a plan to identify action items with benchmarks
- Create marketing messages
- Engage the community, encourage input, and foster participation
- Create consensus around common opportunity and threats
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