SAN DIEGO — Shelter Island Boat Launch Ramp in San Diego continues to be dismantled, with portions of the boating venue’s infrastructure already taken apart and shipped elsewhere.
The modernization of Shelter Island Boat Launch Ramp began in July; the port district brought in a barge in late October to continue the dismantling of old infrastructure.
Workers have already removed quite a few rocks from the riprap, which were reportedly shipped out of state.
The Port District of San Diego was awarded $9.6 million in grants to upgrade Shelter Island Boat Launch Ramp.
Port district staff stated the updated boat launch ramp would include ADA compliant docks, a larger maneuvering area, longer building floats, public walking platforms and updated signage.