The County of San Diego plays a critical role in providing a variety of health and community services to promote the well-being of residents. The new Southeastern Live Well Center will provide a single stop for residents to get these services in a convenient and modern location. It will also serve as a hub for community meetings, educational opportunities and workforce training. The center is expected to open in 2022. We are working closely with the community to develop the project, and your feedback is welcome.
The 80,000 square foot building will house a 4,000 square foot conference center and community services. It is the sixth regional community service hub providing a variety of health and community services to San Diego County residents. The new facility will be located on the corner of Euclid Avenue and Market Street and include a parking structure with approximately 400 parking spaces.
Plans include a wellness and meditation garden, a walking path connecting to Chollas Creek trail, a coffee cart, local artwork representing the culture and history of the community, a play area for children in the Family Resource Center waiting area and dedicated workspace for community organizations.
Below are the three designs being considered for the San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency’s newest Live Well Center. Community feedback on the proposed designs was gathered over a 4-week period via online survey and in-person at more than 20 community locations. The feedback collection process CLOSED on November 18th. The input collected from the community will be consolidated for review and consideration by the County of San Diego for the project. The contract is expected to be awarded in early 2020.
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