The California Coastal Commission February 2022 Meeting is Virtual During the COVID-19 Pandemic.
California Coastal Commission Meeting February Meeting is ongoing on Thursday February 10 2022 and Friday February 11 2022.
The Public is Encouraged to participate.
Meeting Starts at 9:00am.
You can watch the California Coastal Commission Meetings Live and archived at Cal Span
California Coastal Commission Meeting Agenda Is Online
Thursday February 10 2022 Meeting Features
The City of Dana Point Joint Use Parking
Public hearing and action on request by City of Dana Point to amend the Implementation Plan (IP) of the certified LCP to:
1) expand the distance joint use parking facilities can be shared from 300’ to .25-mile and
2) increase noticing period from 10 days to 14 days and require additional onsite posting for non-residential projects
The City of Laguna Beach Historic Preservation
Public hearing and action on request by City of Laguna Beach to amend the Land Use Plan and Implementation Plan of the certified LCP to primarily: (1) include definition of term ‘Historic Resource’ and other relevant terms
(2) add ‘owner consent’ as criteria for eligibility for local register purposes
(3) eliminate of references to City’s 1981 Historic Inventory; and
(4) expand historic preservation incentives.
The City of San Clemente Montalvo Creek Storm Drain Restoration
Application of City of San Clemente to excavate earthen channel and create new soft-bottom channel with earthen/sand native material similar to existing conveyance, install approx. 55” long, 12” high, 7.5” wide gabion armoring system south of new channel against bluff, backfill gravel in space between proposed gabion and bluff, relocate and reconstruct public trail north of channel with concrete surface and footings that extend to depth of approx. 5’ below grade on either side of proposed trail, remove chain-link fence and install new chain-link fence along and north of the realigned public trail, and revegetate realigned streambed with native riparian and upland vegetation at the outfall of Montalvo Creek storm drain, San Clemente, Orange County.
Orange County Deputy Director’s Report
San Diego Coast Deputy Director’s Report
Friday February 11 2022 Features
North Coast District/Energy, Ocean Resources, and Federal Consistency/North Central Coast District/Central Coast Districct
Meetings thru Zoom Conference and Telephone
Applicants and the public will be able to listen to and watch the meeting and comment by Zoom conference or by telephone.
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It is strongly encouraged anyone wishing to listen or speak by phone to call to request to speak by 5:00pm the day before the hearing item to assist with meeting management and limit the potential for human error.
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Your voice can be heard at the California Coastal Commission Meeting.
If you have any concerns about California Beach issues you may address the Commission.
You can read the items now and submit online public comments to SouthCoast@coastal.ca.gov.
California Coastal Commission Mission
The mission of the California Coastal Commission is to protect, conserve, restore, and enhance environmental and human-based resources of the California coast and ocean for environmentally sustainable and prudent use by current and future generations.
The Commission holds monthly public meetings of three to five days in length in different locations throughout the state.
The Commission meetings provide an opportunity for the Coastal Commissioners to take public testimony and to make permit, planning, and other policy decisions.
Prior to each meeting, Commission staff collects and analyzes information pertinent to meeting agenda items and prepares written staff reports with recommendations for Commission action.
These staff reports are available for public review, by contacting the appropriate Commission office. Some
elected staff reports are also available electronically by means of a link from the Commission’s
For more information please visit California Coastal Commission.
You can watch the California Coastal Commission Meetings at Cal Span
* Any announcements regarding Commission actions will be made in public after the conclusion of the closed session.
Any announcements will also be posted on the Commission’s online agenda.
California Coastal Commission Scheduled Meetings
February 9 2022 thru February 11 2022
March 9 2022 thru March 11 2022
April 6 2022 thru April 8 2022
May 11 2022 thru May 13 2022
June 8 2022 thru June 10 2022
July 13 2022 thru July 15 2022
August 10 2022 thru August 12 2022
September 7 2022 thru September 9 2022
October 12 2022 thru October 14 2022
November 16 2022 thru November 18 2022
December 14 2022 thru December 16 2022