Jan. 19, 2018: Release of the third draft of the master plan for public review. We appreciate the comments submitted. Awareness of community input helps as we prepare the staff report for upcoming adoption hearings. The public may continue to give input through these hearings.
April 18, 2018: Planning Commission hearing for January 2018 draft of Village and Barrio Master Plan. You may watch the video of the meeting online and read the staff report here.
May 16, 2018: The Planning Commission held a third and final meeting to discuss the master plan and consider a third errata incorporating additional decisions made by the Commission at its May 2 meeting. The Commission concluded its discussion and voted to recommend approval of the plan to the City Council. You may watch the video of the meeting.
July 10, 2018: The City Council approved the Village and Barrio Master Plan. The project staff report is available on the city’s website.
Aug. 24, 2018: The Village and Barrio Master Plan became effective outside the Coastal Zone, 30 days after the City Council adopted project ordinances.
June 13, 2019: California Coastal Commission provided conditional approval of the portions of the Village and Barrio Master Plan in the Coastal Zone, pending City Council’s acceptance of 23 modifications recommended by commission staff.
Aug. 20, 2019: City Council held a public hearing and voted to accept the 23 modifications suggested by the California Coastal Commission to the Village and Barrio Master Plan and Local Coastal Program. The City Council also asked staff to come back with a work plan and resourcing strategy for making potential changes to the plan in the future. These changes, if approved by the City Council, would then go through the same approval process as the original plan. In the meantime, the approved plan would remain in effect.
Sept. 27, 2019: The modifications approved by City Council to the Village and Barrio Master Plan and Local Coastal Program took effect in all parts of the Village and Barrio except the Coastal Zone.
Oct. 16, 2019: The Coastal Commission confirmed the City Council's acceptance of their modifications to the plan. The plan was approved and went into effect in the Coastal Zone.