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Please take our General Plan Update Land Use Survey

December 4, 2018 

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.

The survey will be available until December 31st. 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!

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Local Hazard Mitigation Plan

August 21, 2018 

Local Hazard Mitigation Plan - Take our Survey

The City of Redondo Beach is 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 and be better prepared. The plan will also recommend specific actions to proactively decrease these threats before disasters occur.

To help the City develop its LHMP we are releasing an online survey asking for information about any past experiences you may have had with natural hazards (i.e. flooding, wind, earthquake, fire, etc.). The more information about natural hazards we are able to compile the more useful our LHMP will be. Click on the link below for further information and to take the survey.

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Parks and Open Space - We want to hear from you! Take our survey

July 24, 2018 

Do you have recommendations for the future of our parks, open spaces, and other recreation facilities in our City? With 30 parks and open space areas, the City offers residents and visitors many opportunities to play, exercise, and socialize. If you would like to provide the City with guidance for how we plan for parks and open spaces in Redondo in the future, please take a few minutes to complete the survey! The survey asks your opinions about future parks planning including types of activities desired, age groups to plan for and types of amenities to enhance your experience at Redondo’s parks as we PLANredondo’s future!

Take the survey at: www.surveymonkey.com/r/RedondoParksSurvey

The deadline to submit a response is 5:30 PM, on Friday August 31, 2018.

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Interested in learning more about the General Plan update?

July 17, 2017 

Interested in learning more about the General Plan update?

The General Plan Advisory Committee meets the last Thursday of each month. The public is invited to attend!

The next meeting will be held:

Thursday, July 27, 2017

7:00 P.M.- 8:30 P.M.

Redondo Beach Public Library

2nd Floor Meeting Room

303 N. Pacific Coast Highway

Redondo Beach, CA 90277

To stay up to date on the General Plan update please continue to visit this site and subscribe to My Redondo and check the box for PLANredondo.

All GPAC meeting materials can be found under Meeting Materials and Agendas.

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PLANredondo First Meeting of the GPAC took place April 27th

May 1, 2017 

The first meeting of the City's General Plan Advisory Committee (GPAC) took place on Thursday April 27, 2017. It was a productive meeting, which included member introductions and an overview of the Brown Act, General Plan 101, and the update process. Members now have guiding principals and basic understanding of what their roles will be as the process evolves over the next 10 months. The meeting also included City staff introductions, and was facilitated by representatives of Placeworks, Inc. a highly skilled and respected firm in the area of urban planning and land use. Placeworks will continue to provide facilitation services for each meeting. Members of the general public also attended and observed the meeting from the audience seats. Meeting materials can be viewed here.

The next GPAC meeting will take place on Thursday June 8th, 2017 at 7:00pm in the Main Library 2nd Floor Conference Room. Subsequent meetings are tentatively scheduled for the last Thursday of each month.

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