Please take the General Plan Land Use Survey!
Over the past year and a half the GPAC has been working hard exploring land use and other issues that will inform and shape our General Plan Update. This past weekend the City hosted its first General Plan Update Community Meeting at the Perry Park Teen Center—thank you to all who attended! At the Community Meeting we unveiled the GPAC’s land use change options for the focus areas of the City and walked through the opportunities and issues that informed the options for each focus area. We need your input to help us further refine what changes, if any, should be made to the City’s Land Use Plan.
To access the survey go to https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/RBlanduse.
Please note you are not required to answers all questions and may skip ahead to comment on the areas you are most interested in.
Thank you for your time and input!
Did you know that the City is updating its General Plan?
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Share what you like about your community and what you want to improve
Help us guide future growth and development
Improve our environment and sustainability for future generations
The City invites all residents, business owners, and interested parties to learn more about the General Plan Update process and to participate in shaping the future of Redondo Beach!
From early 2017 through 2019, the City will be working with the General Plan Advisory Committee (GPAC), a 27 member group of Redondo Beach residents appointed by the Mayor and City Council, charged with providing their input to help shape the land use and open space goals and policies that will serve as the City’s foundation for growth and development for the next 20-30 years.
There will be at least ten (10) planned meetings of the GPAC. The meetings are scheduled for the last Thursday of each month from 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM at the Redondo Beach Public Library, second floor meeting room, 303 N. Pacific Coast Highway. You can view meeting agendas and materials at the following link: GPAC Agendas and Materials
In addition to the GPAC meetings there will be 3 Community Workshops that have yet to be scheduled. Following the GPAC meetings and Community Workshops there will be public hearings before the Planning Commission and City Council to formally adopt the General Plan updates.