Fallbrook Golf Course is under threat  and needs YOU
 to save it  from becoming another San Luis Rey Downs!
A lonely golf bag stands sentry over what was once the beautiful San Luis Rey Downs Golf Course.  
Is Fallbrook Golf Course in historic Gird Valley next?                                               Photo: Joan McConnell  
What can you do  to save Fallbrook Golf course? 

JOIN US MONDAY, FEB 15, 7 PM at the  Fallbrook Community Planning Group meeting at Live Oak School Auditorium, 1978 Reche Road. 
  • Show up! Your presence registers your opposition to any land use changes which negatively impact beautiful Gird Valley. It will only take about half an hour of your time but it is a very important half hour so please be there!
  • If you'd like, you can speak out, share your thoughts! You'll have 3 minutes to voice your opinion. Contact us and we'll help you organize your comments!
You can do more to help!
  • Contact us for your SaveFallbrookGolfCourse.com banners! Mrs. Duke Snider has one--you can too! 
  • Follow the links below and on our website to the recent press coverage and submit your comments online! 

As reported in The San Diego Union Tribune

[Teresa] Platt said the citizens group is planning to attend the Feb. 15 meeting of the Fallbrook Community Planning Group to let them know "we're mobilized, we're awake, and we're worried."
"New management for the golf course is absolutely welcome," she said. "They'd see enormous support from us. But if they're coming to get a land-use change and go through the permitting process, they're going to get pushback."
So have your say! Submit your comments at the Fallbrook Planning Group meeting Monday at 7 PM and online at the end of Ken Leighton's excellent  San Diego Reader  article.  Share your thoughts on  The San Diego Union Tribune  article by Bob Pickard where you will learn that high density housing on the fairways is an option too!    Comment on the nonsensical federal policy which is pushing developed recreational land into bureaucratic limbo on its way to mitigation bank status. Follow the links and add your c omments to The Village News articles. 
A fading memory, the San Luis Rey Downs Golf Course in Bonsall. 
Don't let this happen in beautiful Grid Valley in Fallbrook!  SaveFallbrookGolfCourse.com   Photo: Joan McConnell

It may take a decade or more to navigate a maze of government agencies but it is estimated that what was formerly a San Luis Rey River Valley tomato farm land could yield as much as $500,000 an acre when it is sold back to government agencies with an endless supply of your tax dollars! With these sorts of numbers being tossed about, one has to wonder if we'll have any farms, vineyards, golf courses or nurseries left in San Diego in a few years!

If Fallbrook Golf Course follows the same fate as the San Luis Rey Downs Golf Course, historic Gird Valley could very well host--for a decade or more!--an eyesore along once-scenic Gird Road, a weedy fire hazard in the middle of residential development. The current owner has even stated that he is considering selling the property to a developer and Fallbrook could lose the fairways to high-density housing! However, our elected San Diego County and Fallbrook Community Planning Group representatives must approve any changes in land use first!  

Fallbrook Golf Course and beautiful Gird Valley are threatened s o PLEASE! Join us at the Fallbrook Community Planning Group meeting Monday at 7 PM. Order your SaveFallbrookGolfCourse.com banners and s ubmit your comments  online Thank you! 

It's not just about golfing and fun at the Clubhouse. Just a few years ago, Fallbrook Golf Course was a Southern California gem. With your help, it can be again!    SaveFallbrookGolfCourse.com  Photo: Teresa Platt, 2012
A BIG THANK YOU to Fallbrook for showing up in force at the Jan 30th meeting at the Fallbrook Library where we all began learning about the threats to life in Gird Valley!

Join us MONDAY FEB 15, 7 PM: 
Fallbrook Community Planning Group meeting, 
Live Oak School Auditorium, 
1978 Reche Road.

Thank you for your support and spread the word!