Forever Balboa Park Signs Special Use Permit With the City of San Diego to Improve Balboa Park

Forever Balboa Park has signed a three-year Special Use Permit (SUP) with the City of San Diego, effective January 1, 2024, that streamlines the process for our collaborative work to improve Balboa Park for all. The comprehensive agreement outlines the scope of our collaboration, helping to expedite projects and facilitate park improvements. The permit outlines the ways in which FBP will deploy its team of volunteers, staff, and contractors across all 1,200 acres of Balboa Park to provide seven-day-a-week visitor services through the Balboa Park Visitors Center, care for 16,000+ trees that make up Balboa Park’s urban forest, steward the park’s 18 public gardens and historic landscapes, repair and maintain the park’s 60+ miles of trails, offer enhanced learning and placemaking opportunities, and restore historical assets.

We are thrilled to continue our partnership with the city to help make Balboa Park an accessible and welcoming experience for all visitors. We are also grateful to all our volunteers whose commitment and passion make our work possible. Read more in the press release below.

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