To view past projects that have already been approved, refer to the Development Activity Map.
The City is in receipt of plans for redevelopment of the following:
The City has approved the following developments in the recent past:
Municipal Code Amendments
The City is currently in the process of considering the following amendments to the Municipal Code:
- Changes related to storage containers and temporary fencing, site signage requirements, size of Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU) and other minor clarifications and corrections. The proposed revisions may be found here. Planning Commission recommended the amendments with changes to allow storage containers if screened during active, ongoing construction and reduce the size of ADUs on lots less than 10,000 sq. ft. to 700 sq. ft. and on lots 10,000 sq. ft. or greater to 1,000 sq. ft.
In addition, the City recently adopted changes to the Zoning Code related to:
General Plan Amendment Authorization
The City Council adopted procedures for authorization of applications that propose General Plan Amendments in September 2015. The City Council reviews applications twice a year. Please visit the General Plan Authorization webpage for more information on the applications currently received.
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