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Waterfront Master Plan

  Work Plan

Existing Conditions, Issues

- Conduct land use and infrastructure inventory
- Draft Existing Conditions Report
- Working Group Meeting #1
- Subcommittee Meeting #1
- Workshop #1
- Conduct stakeholder interviews as needed
- Post web-based community questionnaire
- Report to Council - progress

Vision, Goals, Objectives

- Draft Vision and Goals
- Working Group Meeting #2 – Review vision and goals, preview workshop
- Workshop #2 – Review vision and goals, brainstorm alternatives
- Refine vision, goals, and objectives
- Subcommittee Meeting #2 – Review refined vision, goals, objectives for alternatives
- Pursue Council acceptance of vision, goals, and objectives for alternatives

Develop Alternatives

- Develop alternative land use plans
- Working Group Meeting #3 – Review alternatives - preview workshop
- Workshop #3 - Review alternatives
- Refine one preferred alternative concept plan
- Working Group Meeting #4 – review preferred alternative, preview workshop
- Workshop #4 - Refine preferred alternative
- Subcommittee Meeting #3 to review refined preferred alternative
- Solicit Planning, Parks and Recreation, and Historic Preservation Commission recommendation on preferred alternative
- Pursue Council acceptance of preferred alternative

Develop Master Plan

- Commence environmental review
- Develop draft master plan
- Subcommittee Meeting – review refined master plan
- Refine master plan
- Study sessions on draft master plan
- Solicit Planning, Parks and Recreation, and Historic Preservation Commission recommendation
- Pursue Council adoption
- Coastal Commission review and approval

Contact Us

For more information, questions or comments about the Waterfront Master Plan, please contact:

Elizabeth Caraker
Principal Planner
831.646.1739
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