The City of San Diego is updating the 1988 Uptown Community Plan concurrently with updates to the community plans for Golden Hill and North Park.The City's community plans are long range planning documents established as essential components of the General Plan.
The General Plan also has a focus on how to design infill development and reinvest in existing communities. Pangilinan The updated Uptown Community Plan and the Draft Program Environmental Impact Report (PEIR) can be found below.60-day PEIR public review period closed on 8/10/2016.Staff will prepare the PEIR response to comments followed by the decision-maker hearings: Previously referred to as a Public Facilities Financing Plans, Impact Fee Studies (IFS) provide a list of facilities that are needed to implement the goals of the community plan and to establish applicable Development Impact Fees (DIF) through which new development will pay its proportional fare-share of the cost of those facilities, The following is the Draft Impact fee study for the Uptown Community: Zoning implementation is proposed for the draft community plan by application of citywide zones in the Municipal Code as illustrated on the draft zoning map below.These zones would replace those of the Mid-Communities and West Lewis Street Planned Districts.Amendments to the Municipal Code are also proposed for regulations pertaining to specific commercial uses and development standards.
Potential Historic Districts have been identified as part of the Community Plan Update Process.Supplemental development regulations which would only apply to residential buildings are being proposed to prevent the loss of contributing structures that could impact a potential historic district’s eligibility.An analysis was conducted to provide a planning estimate for the amount of housing units, commercial floor area that could occur in the future.The analysis used assumptions to anticipate land use that could reasonable develop in the future based on community plan land use designations for both the adopted and proposed community plan land uses and densities.NNIT is a specialist provider of IT services for regulated industries in both the private and public sectors.We advise clients on strategy and technology, and help them use IT to develop and support their businesses more efficiently and competitively. When you click on “Confirm” you retire your general permission and will no longer receive digital communication from NNIT.