The most recent effort to move forward with improvements to the Aviation and Artesia Corridors was initiated in 2018 when the City Council authorized the preparation of the Artesia and Aviation Corridors Area Plan (AACAP) to provide more focused policy and placemaking guidance to one of the city’s most prominent and travelled east-west Corridors. The AACAP effort was rolled into the General Plan Advisory Committee’s (GPAC’s) ongoing efforts. The Draft AACAP is now available for review.
About the Planning Division
Walk-in counter hours for the Planning Division are Monday through Friday from 7:30am - 1:00pm
Afternoons are by appointment only
City Hall is closed alternate Fridays
The Planning Division is responsible for administering long-range and current planning programs, as guided by the adopted General Plan and Zoning Ordinance. Specific programs of the Planning Division include:
- Development Review
- Maintaining and updating the General Plan and Zoning Ordinance
- Special Projects
- Administration of the Historic Preservation Program
- Service as a resource to the citizens, as well as other departments and agencies, regarding planning matters within the community.
Consultations with a City Planner are available on a walk-in basis in the morning from 7:30am to 1:00pm. Afternoons are by appointment only. City Hall is closed every other Friday and on weekends.
Mission Statement: The Planning Division is committed to providing high-quality, proactive services and programs to enhance the quality of life of residents, businesses and visitors, and to promote a well-designed, physically integrated, livable and prosperous community consistent with citizens' long-range vision.
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Redondo Beach, CA 90277
Fax: (310) 372-8021
Local Hazard Mitigation Plan
In early 2018 the City of Redondo Beach began the process of updating its Local Hazard Mitigation Plan, or LHMP. This plan will help create a safer community for residents, businesses, and visitors. The LHMP allows public safety officials and city staff, elected officials, and members of the public understand the threats from natural and human-caused hazards in our community. The plan will also recommend specific actions to proactively decrease these threats before disasters occur. The Draft LHMP is available for public review and comment through October 31, 2019. Click for more information.
At a public hearing on January 15, 2019, the City Council unanimously approved the South Bay Galleria Improvement Project. The project will include remodeling of the existing mall, a new 150-room hotel, 300 residential apartment units, up to 175,000-square feet of commercial office space and a central outdoor open space area featuring a skate park. Detailed information is provided in the January 15, 2019 City Council agenda packet.
For more information, please visit the Galleria Improvement Project webpage.