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Planning Courtesy Notices
The purpose of this courtesy notice is to inform residents about project proposals early in the review process. Staff highly encourages residents to share their perspective on projects as early in the process as possible because that will allow potential issues to be most effectively addressed.
These proposals will be acted on at a future public hearing after the City has completed the review process. The date is not determined at this time.
You may contact the planner assigned to the project with any questions or comments. And be sure to click on the map at the bottom of this notice for the status of all development projects.
Request for an Administrative Coastal Development Permit to add 267 square foot to an existing single‐family residence on a 3613 square foot lot located in the Single‐Family (R‐1‐B) zoning district with a land‐use designation of Existing Urban
Associate Planner, Falak Fatima Zaidi firstname.lastname@example.org
Request for Historic Design Review for an exterior remodel consisting of window changes and ADA improvements to an existing office building located on a 0.1-acre site.
Associate Planner, Erica Hong email@example.com
Request for a change of paint color to an existing condominium building on a 3.3‐acre site
Senior Planner, Gene Burse firstname.lastname@example.org
Request to add 293 square feet to an existing single-family residence on a 0.1-acre lot.
Associate Planner, Flalak Fatima Zaidi email@example.com
Major Design Review and a Planned Development Permit to construct two non-residential buildings totaling 3,520 square feet on a 10,481 square foot site.
Senior Planner Jared Rosengren firstname.lastname@example.org
Request to construct a new two-story multi-family residential development with 32 units on a 0.65-acre site.
Associate Planner Tyler Walter, email@example.com
To see all development projects and their associated statuses, click here or on the development map below: