In 2015, as part of a hoped for larger project, RPCC sought to have attractive fencing at the Zena Canyon opening on Zena Drive. Though the larger project did not work out, we began dialogues with the City of San Diego, which owns the land where the proposed fence would be erected, and the San Diego Unified School Distrct, which owns the bulk of the land in the Canyon. Both agreed that fencing would be a good idea.
Councilmember Myrtle Cole’s office pursued funding and in June of 2015, a decorative fence was erected at the entrance to Zena Canyon. It is the hope of Rolando Park residents that this fence will discourage illegal dumping in our beautiful canyon as well as creating a finished look to the opening of the canyon.