The Ocean Beach Community Plan is nearing the end of an update process that has lasted 12 years and 5 mayoral administrations.
This plan sets forth guidelines for development in Ocean Beach for the foreseeable future.
The draft Community Plan maintains and enhances the established nature of Ocean Beach residential neighborhoods, and encourages mixed commercial/residential development in the commercial district. It maintains our small-scale character of Ocean Beach with unobstructed and accessible beach frontage, and it promotes a pedestrian-friendly community.
The Ocean Beach Town Council passed a resolution in support of the draft Community Plan. And, last week, the OB Community Plan received unanimous support from the Historic Resource Board.
Theresa Millette, Senior Planner with the City of San Diego Planning Department will be giving a presentation on the Community Plan at the next OB Town Council Meeting Wednesday, May 28th 7pm. She will be joined by the Co-Chairs of the Community Plan Mindy Pellissier & Giovanni Ingolia to assist and answer any questions. The Presentation at the next Town Council Meeting will be very beneficial and informative to the community on changes that have been made since it went public. We hope to see you there!
The plan is scheduled to go to the Planning Commission on May 29th. Planning Commission Meetings start at 9 am sharp. The location is the City Administration Building Council Chambers 202 C Street, 12th Floor. Click here for the agenda.
Obeacians are urged to attend and show their support for the plan at the Planning Commission meeting as this is the most important document that will guide development in OB for the next 20 plus years.