The Sustainability Policy and Regulatory Update is a comprehensive update to the County’s General Plan/Local Coastal Program and modernization of the County Code. The goal of this update is to implement new policies and code regulations that support more sustainable communities in Santa Cruz County. This is the link which will take you to the section pertaining to Pleasure Point.
Please send your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will assemble all comments, suggestions, etc.
You can also make comments through the comments portal. Here is the link for comments and the calendar of meetings beginning March 16th.
If we can answer any questions, please contact us.
Save Pleasure Point Steering Committee
INTRODUCING…THE SANTA CRUZ COUNTY SUSTAINABILITY POLICY AND REGULATORY UPDATE!
The Sustainability Policy and Regulatory Update is a comprehensive update to Santa Cruz County’s General Plan/Local Coastal Program and modernization of the County Code. The project also includes preparation of new Santa Cruz County Design Guidelines and rezoning of key opportunity sites. The goal of this update is to implement new policies and code regulations that support more sustainable communities in Santa Cruz County.
These documents will shape land use and transportation planning, as well as future development, in Santa Cruz County for many years to come.
LEARN MORE: http://www.sccoplanning.com/SustainabilityUpdate
We want to hear from you!
There are currently three ways to get involved in this project:
Visit the project website to review documents and provide comments.
Attend upcoming community meetings in March and April.
Send comments/questions to SustainabilityUpdate@santacruzcounty.us.
Coming Soon: More opportunities to get involved!
The Draft Environmental Impact Report for this project will be released soon for review and public comment.
A survey will soon be available on the project website to gather feedback from members of the public about key aspects of the project.
Hard copies of draft documents will soon be available for in-person review at the Planning Department public counter located at 701 Ocean Street, 4th Floor, Santa Cruz CA 95060. Please see current counter hours HERE.
Stay tuned for additional emails providing updated information about these engagement opportunities. If you are receiving this email, that means that you are already on the County’s mailing list for this project because you have signed up through the project website or because you or your organization has worked with the County on similar projects. Please encourage others to sign up through the project website HERE (https://sustainability-update-sccgis.opendata.arcgis.com/pages/get-involved).