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PLANNING NEWS:


Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) application


As of January 1, 2020, all ADU applications must be submitted in person by APPOINTMENT ONLY.  Appointment must be made at least 24 hours in advance.  A maximum of two applications may be submitted during a single appointment.


FINAL MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION (MND) FOR PROPOSED RESIDENTIAL CONDOMINIUM PROJECT @ 235 SOUTH ARROYO DRIVE  

The Final Mitigated Negative Declaration (MND) is now available for a proposed residential condominium project at 235 South Arroyo Drive.  The Arroyo Village Residential Condominium Project (project) would construct a 41-unit residential condominium development on an approximately 1.32-acre site located at 235 South Arroyo Drive.  The proposed project requires approval of a Tentative Tract Map, Precise Plan of Design, Setback Variance, and Grading/Building Permits.  Information related to the MND can be found below:

Final Mitigated Negative Declaration (MND)
  
Notice of Intent to Adopt A Mitigated Negative Declaration
Initial Study
Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
Appendix D
Appendix E
Appendix F
Appendix G
Appendix H
Appendix I
Appendix J
 
Project Plans  (Plans still under review with the City) 
 
For additional information, please contact Matt Chang at 626.308.2806 or mchang@sgch.org.  
 

WELCOME TO THE PLANNING DIVISION



The Planning Division works to help create and enhance a vibrant city by respecting the City’s diverse and distinct neighborhoods, promoting a prosperous economy, and providing a forum for community engagement.

The Division is committed to developing creative and practical solutions to help achieve a city that is sustainable and a great place to live, work, or play. The Division also helps to protect property rights and preserve both the environment and our valued history.

The Planning Division is responsible for:

  • Developing long range plans to achieve creative and innovative solutions to challenges. Plans may be city-wide, like the General Plan Ingredients for Success, or apply to a smaller area like the Mission District Specific Plan or the Valley Boulevard Neighborhoods Sustainability Plan;
  • Implementing the community vision expressed in the plans through development review, zoning compliance, and resource conservation initiatives;
  • Helping applicants make property improvements, build new homes, or open new businesses;
  • Facilitating public outreach and notification for large new development;
  • Engaging the community in preparing plans and special studies;
  • Preserving the community character through historic preservation; and
  • Providing focus and coordination for San Gabriel Goes Green and other sustainability initiatives.