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UPDATED January 1, 2019 - Planning Commission study sessions on draft Land Use Plan chapters. The third of three sessions is on January 22, 7 pm, at the Library. Sessions include public comment, discussion, and Q&A with City staff.
UPDATED January 1, 2019
Contact: Jill EkasCommunity Development Director(650) 726-8270
Upcoming Planning Commission Study Sessions Focus on Local Coastal Land Use Plan - Third of Three Sessions Coming Up 1/22
Half Moon Bay, CA – The Half Moon Bay Planning Commission is continuing its work on the Local Coastal Program (LCP) and Land Use Plan (LUP) update. Since 2017, these documents have been prioritized for completion, prior to proceeding with completion of the City’s General Plan update. The LUP consists of 9 chapters, or focus areas, several of which were reviewed by the Planning Commission in summer, 2017. Each chapter of the LUP undergoes an extensive process including review by the Planning Commission prior to presentation to the City Council for adoption.
The community is invited and encouraged to participate in the third session, which will include an opportunity for public comment as well as a Planning Commission discussion and Q&A with City staff. The first two sessions were held on November 27 and December 19. The third of three sessions is:
Draft chapters and background information are available online at www.planhmb.org.
It’s anticipated that the above chapters will be presented to the City Council for consideration of approval in the first half of 2019. After adoption, the documents are conveyed to the California Coastal Commission for its final consideration. Upon City Council adoption of the LUP, the General Plan update process will re-start.
Located 28 miles south of San Francisco, the City of Half Moon Bay is a community of about 12,500 people, situated on the peninsula between forested hills and some of the most beautiful coastlines that California has to offer. Its historic downtown is home to numerous shops, art galleries, restaurants, bed and breakfasts, and other businesses, and its celebrated beaches and parks are wonders of nature, accessible to pedestrians, bicyclists, and equestrians. With its many activities and events, beautiful natural scenery, old-town charm, and abundance of retail and commercial services, Half Moon Bay is a regional destination. The City’s website is www.hmbcity.com.