Dana Point Doheny Village Development Community Workshop is Monday May 10 2021.
The City of Dana Point is in the midst of a comprehensive planning effort for the Doheny Village area of Capistrano Beach.
The Planning Commission is holding a Doheny Village Zoning District Update Draft EIR Community Workshop during their regular meeting at 6:00pm.(pt).
Dana Point Community Engagement During COVID-19
Dana Point Planning Meeting at Dana Point City Council Chambers.
Dana Point City Council Chambers is located at 33282 Golden Lantern Street.
Community Members may attend Dana Point City Meetings if physical distancing is possible.
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The public is encouraged to participate by writing to The Planning Commission at 33282 Golden Lantern Dana Point CA 92629 or emailing the Planning Commission to firstname.lastname@example.org and will be posted on their website and distributed to Planning Commissioners.
The public is encouraged to watch on YouTube or Cox Cable Channel 855.
View Meeting Online or on TV
The City of Dana Point Planning Commission You Tube Stream
Past City Meetings are available to view on The City of Dana Point You Tube Channel
Doheny Village Project Upcoming Important Dates
May 10 2021: EIR Public Workshop at Dana Point City Council Chambers at 6:00pm
May 12 2021: Virtual Office Hours at 5:00pm-6:00pm
Focus is: Doheny Village and Beyond/Future Public Improvements
Zoom Link on Project Web Page
June 10 2021: EIR Close of 45-day Public Comment Period
Submit Written Comments on EIR Draft By June 10 2021
City of Dana Point
c/o Belinda Deines, Principal Planner
33282 Golden Lantern
Dana Point, CA 92629
August 9 2021: Planning Commission Public Hearing
September 7 2021: City Council Public Hearing
October 24 2019: Doheny Village Districts Zoning Draft
June 28 2019: City staff met with interested stakeholders to provide an overview of zoning code update progress in the past year.
January 2019-March 2019: Working Group reviews development and parking standards
The Working Group is focused on reviewing development standards for each of the three core areas within The Village.
The majority of structures in The Village were developed under the Orange County Zoning Code and Capistrano Beach Specific Plan.
The Group researched how the City’s current zoning code requirements have limited redevelopment of existing properties since 1989.
The Group seeks to draft and adopt flexible standards that are appropriate for the neighborhood.
In October 2017, DVMA and local stakeholders have worked together on a monthly basis with City staff to develop a community-driven plan for the future of The Village.
In the past year, the following short-term goals have been completed:
City Council adopted Doheny Village Working Group Guiding Principles
City staff suspended work on the draft Environmental Impact Report
City Council approved the Zone Text Amendment to allow greater flexibility for redevelopment of nonconforming structures and uses
Working Group developed new zoning districts and draft zoning map
Working Group proposes modifications to existing, proposed, and prohibited land uses
In March 2016, the draft code was informally distributed and community members expressed issues related to parking, nonconforming uses, and development standards.
Comprised of long-term business owners, property owners, and village residents, Doheny Village Merchants’ Association (“DVMA”) was formed in late 2016 to address concerns with the proposed plan.
In 2015, the City Council awarded a contract to Opticos Design, Inc. to build off the effort of ROMA Design Group and prepare implementation language for The Village to be incorporated into the City’s zoning code.
A key component of Opticos’ work plan was to facilitate a community design charrette to engage the community and solicit additional input.
In 2010, the City Council selected ROMA Design Group to prepare the Doheny Village Plan for the project area commonly referenced as Doheny Village (“The Village”), and the project included public outreach and resulted in a draft document in 2013.
Doheny Village Plan Documents are Online
Doheny Village Plan Future Tasks
Once the Working Group completes their tasks, City staff will re-initiate environmental review based on the revised documents. The Zoning Code, General Plan, and Local Coastal Plan amendments will be subject to Planning Commission, City Council, and California Coastal Commission review and approval.
For questions regarding the Doheny Village Plan update, please contact Belinda Deines, Senior Planner, at email@example.com or at (949) 248-3570.
Dana Point City Plaza is located at 33282 Golden Lantern
For more information Please visit The City of Dana Point Environmental Documents
Times and Dates are subject to change.
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