The City of San Diego announced Thursday that it’s still seeking proposals to renovate and operate Presidio Hills Golf Course in Old Town.
The city originally released a Request for Proposal on June 30, 2017, but none of the submissions fulfilled the requirements to successfully operate the 75-year-old course, according to city officials.
The city is reissuing an RFP and is seeking a proposal that “demonstrates expertise in golf course operations and maintenance as well as the ability to conduct critically needed renovations to bring the facility up to modern specifications while preserving the historic elements residents cherish.”
“The Presidio Hills Golf Course is an important local facility that hold many fond memories for the golfing public,” said Herman Parker, director of the city’s Parks and Recreation Department. “We are committed to finding a solution that addresses the important infrastructure needs for the golf course, honors its historic place in the community and puts it in a position to thrive for years to come.”
While the new RFP is being developed, the golf course will continue to be operated by the current lessee on a month to month basis. Upon release in June, the RFP will be available for review and response at the city’s Purchasing and Contracting website at www.sandiego.gov/purchasing/bids-contracts.