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Latest Update November 8, 2017 - The Half Moon Bay Planning Commission invites the community to its next meeting, for further discussion of the Local Coastal Land Use Plan:
Tuesday, November 14, 2017, 7 pmEmergency Operations Center537 Kelly Avenue, Half Moon Bay
Building upon its last session on October 24, the focus of this upcoming Planning Commission meeting will be further consideration of land use, development, and infrastructure constraints in the Local Coastal Land Use Plan (LCLUP).
This meeting will include a presentation supporting Planning Commission consideration of various types of land uses including residential, commercial, and mixed-use options. Based on these discussions and further Planning Commission direction, three new draft chapters of the LCLUP (Land Use, Development, and Public Works) will be prepared for Planning Commission review. Community input will continue to be encouraged and welcomed throughout this process.
The Local Coastal Land Use Plan (LCLUP) is the policy component of City's Local Coastal Program. Pursuant to the California Coastal Act, the LCLUP's scope includes these topics:
For more information visit www.planhmb.org
In summer 2013, the City of Half Moon Bay initiated a process to update its General Plan, Local Coastal Program (LCP), and Zoning Ordinance. The current General Plan and LCP elements are dated from the early 1990s, and are no longer reflective of the community’s current conditions or priorities. This project presents an opportunity for the community to define a common vision for the future, and will provide planning policies and regulation to effectively carry out that vision.
The process is called Plan Half Moon Bay - please visit www.planhmb.org for updated information and upcoming opportunities to be involved. Plan Half Moon Bay has already engaged with hundreds of community members at meetings, scoping sessions, and workshops, and through surveys, written materials, and other contacts.
The General Plan and LCP Update consists of 9 main steps. Here is the project status for each:
At each stage, there are opportunities for community involvement and input, including Community workshops and study sessions of the City Council and the Planning Commission. Additionally, questions or comments about the plan and process are welcome at any time.
A fully updated General Plan and LCP will ensure that future development enhances community character and identity, provides a sound framework for economic growth, and protects coastal resources and public coastal access.