Amendments to the City’s existing Transit-Oriented Development regulations (Section 17.50.340) to further promote the City’s goals and policies of reducing vehicle trips and encouraging transit use
Amendments to the City’s existing Public Art regulations (Section 17.40.100) to bring consistency between the Zoning Code and the existing Public Art Program Guidelines for new private development
Comprehensive update to the City’s General Plan, including updates to the Land Use Element and Mobility Element as well as retiring of six optional elements: Public Facilities, Social Development, Cultural and Recreational, Economic Development and Employment, Historic and Cultural, and Scenic Highways.
Amendment to the City’s Zoning Code related to residential care facilities with six or fewer persons, transitional and supportive housing to comply with the State Law.
Amendment of the South Fair Oaks Specific Plan to allow “Hospital” uses with a Conditional Use Permit
A new 10-year master plan for Hillsides to increase the quality of care provided by improving the existing facilities and parking while maintaining the existing enrollment and services.
A new 15-year master plan for La Salle High School to improve the existing facilities by adding new athletic and performing arts facilities.
Amendment to the existing master plan for Fuller Seminary, which includes modification to the plan boundaries of the previously approved Master Plan to exclude several parcels that are no longer owned by Fuller and exclude development on these parcels. The proposed project does not include any new development, only a change in map boundaries and development schedule.
Update of all eight existing specific plans to align with the recently updated General Plan
The proposed project is an eight-phase Master Plan to allow new construction totaling approximately 217,300 square feet and demolition of existing buildings totaling 250,076 square feet at Huntington Memorial Hospital (“Hospital”). The Hospital also proposes to add 65 new hospital beds for a total of 690 beds. Vehicle access to the Hospital campus would remain unchanged from existing conditions. New landscaped areas, pedestrian corridors, and green space at the center of the campus would be created as part of the...