PROJECT ADDRESSLincoln Avenue Specific Plan Area
The Planning & Community Development Department prepared an update to the Lincoln Avenue Specific Plan (LASP). On November 15, 2021, the City Council unanimously adopted a new specific plan for Lincoln Avenue. The new LASP provides neighborhood-specific development standards and land use regulations for the 1.1 mile section of Lincoln Avenue between Hammond Street on the south and the northern City boundary, just north of Montana Street. The new LASP reflects the ideas and feedback generated through a multi-phase community engagement effort conducted between 2018 and 2021 facilitated by the City’s Planning & Community Development Department. The new LASP would replace the previous 2013 LASP, redefining plan boundaries, vision, goals, and policies, as well as updating standards for new development and the types of uses supported in this plan. For additional information on the project visit the following link: Lincoln Avenue.
A Notice of Determination was prepared for the project to advise that the City of Pasadena has conducted a first reading of the EIR Addendum for the proposed Lincoln Avenue Specific Plan (LASP) Update, and has made the following determinations regarding the above described project:
On November 15, 2021, the City Council adopted the Addendum to the 2015 Pasadena General Plan Environmental Impact Report (EIR), and found that the Addendum properly disclosed only minor technical changes or additions to the EIR, and none of the conditions triggering a subsequent or supplemental EIR were present, as set forth in State CEQA Guidelines Section 15164.
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MEETINGS AND HEARINGS
On November 15, 2021, the City Council adopted the updated Lincoln Avenue Specific Plan.
CONTACT INFORMATIONCASE MANAGER: Martin Potter, Planner
PHONE: 626) 744-6710