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Agua Hedionda South Shore Specific Plan

The election is over. What happens next

About Measure A 

Measure A asked voters whether or not they want to approve the Agua Hedionda South Shore Specific Plan, which was proposed May 12, 2015, by three Carlsbad residents through a citizen-led initiative sponsored by Caruso Affiliated. The plan would change land uses on a 203.4 acre privately owned property located east of I-5, between the south shore of the Agua Hedionda Lagoon and Cannon Road. The major land use changes being proposed are:

  • Reduce the amount of land where "visitor-serving commercial" development is allowed from 48.3 acres to 26.7 acres.
  • Increase the amount of land designated as permanent open space from 155.1 acres to 176.7 acres.

Background Information

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Special election information and voters guide

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Official plans, documents and analysis

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Issues summaries

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 Questions and answers
 Watch videos explaining key issues
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Conceptual designs 
Map pin icon Maps showing zoning and land use with and without Measure A
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Contact Deputy City Manager Gary Barberio at 760-434-2822 or email him at gary.barberio@carlsbadca.gov for more information.