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The Character of Pleasure Point

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Fence and Ocean

We are an informal group of residents, property and business owners who want to protect,  preserve and enhance the character of Pleasure Point.

Save Pleasure Point came together in late 2015 when 200+ neighbors felt The Lumberyard, a commercial project at 38th and Portola, would negatively affect the neighborhood due to increased traffic, parking, and other issues. Unfortunately, our efforts came too late in the planning process, despite our appeal to the Coastal Commission. We endorse economic growth in Pleasure Point’s commercial zoned areas. However, these interests should not add stress to Pleasure Point’s infrastructure and residential areas.

We believe that new construction should be appropriate for Pleasure Point – in terms of height, design, and on-site parking.

Recent Posts

Have you say in the Live Oak Parking Permit Project

Dept. of Public Works' - Live Oak Parking Plan project - is currently scheduled for the Bd of Supervisor's April 13 agenda. Below see the email addresses of County decision makers having both big and/or small input on this project being approved. A survey asking for...

Safety on Portola Drive

Dear Manu SPPt is a big advocate for safety improvements on Portola Drive from 26th to 41st Avenue (reduced speed and improved pedestrian safety). Portola has 9 feeder streets with 30-plus driveways on to it. Its last real “re-do” was 15-20 years ago. In 2021 15,000+...

Save Pleasure Point Winter Update

Winter Update - PORTOLA DRIVE COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT PORTOLA DRIVE COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT Some vacant spaces on Lower 41st are filling up including a new bookstore: Two Birds Books (in the small commercial bldg. to R of David Adams). Crosswalk lights at 32nd and 36th...

032-051–21-000 = 3801 38th/Portola (former ED’s AUTO)

032-051–21-000 = 3801 38th/Portola (former ED’s AUTO)

This parcel had been tied into The Lumberyard package/parcels - got sold off a few months back. Depending on future use ideas the new owner may only need a simple administrative sign off (converting an existing nonconforming use (automobile repair) to something less...