Registration is now open for the University Community Plan Update Webinar Dec 8 at 5:30 PM.
From Katie Witherspoon: You are invited to join the City of San Diego Planning Department for a live webinar for the University Community Plan Update on Tuesday, December 8th from 5:30 to 7:30pm. You must register in advance if you wish to attend in any capacity, including viewing, listening, and possibly speaking. We will be using Zoom software to conduct the meeting.
To register, please visit this link: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_fYXnG-7-Q-6mrJjHlUQT1Q
On the agenda, Overview of Draft Adopted Plan Land Use Buildout Report. Katie Witherspoon, AICP, Planning Department, City of San Diego. Staff will provide an overview of the draft Adopted Plan Land Use Buildout Report, including a discussion on the remaining development capacity within the Adopted Plan and underlying zoning.
The Adopted Plan Land Use Buildout Report provides an overview of the remaining development capacity within the University Adopted Community Plan and will serve as the existing conditions analysis for the development of land use scenarios in the University Community Plan Update. Majority of development in the University Community is restricted by the Land Use and Development Intensity Table of the University Community Plan. The purpose of this report and analysis is to identify the remaining development capacity within the Land Use and Development Intensity Table and the underlying zoning of the Adopted Community Plan.
The December 8 2020 agenda is available at https://www.sandiego.gov/sites/default/files/ucpus_final_agenda_12.4.2020.pdf
The Draft Adopted Plan Land Use Buildout Report is available at https://www.sandiego.gov/sites/default/files/university_community_plan_update_adopted_plan_land_use_buildout_report_v12042020_final_draft.pdf
For more information, visit the community plan update website at https://www.planuniversity.org/ or contact Katie Witherspoon, AICP at KatieW@SanDiego.gov
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