2018 Zoning Code Amendments

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Supportive Residential Land Uses

WHAT IS THE SUPPORTIVE RESIDENTIAL LAND USES ORDINANCE?

Updating our Zoning Code

Like all cities in California, Chula Vista is facing a challenge when it comes to our local housing and we need tools to meet the City’s current and future housing needs of persons and families choosing to live within our community. Housing costs in Chula Vista and the region continue to climb, while the availability and variety of that housing continues to drop. At the same time, we have a growing and diverse population and many of our existing residents are seeking different housing types than our community currently provides. As a City, we need to allow for more housing options that will respond to the needs of our residents.

To make this happen, we need to update our local laws that address future housing opportunities and allows for different types of housing choices:

  • Emergency Shelters
  • Transitional and Supportive Housing
  • Employee (e.g. Agricultural) Housing
  • Single-Room Occupancy Residences
  • Licensed Residential Facilities

The City’s Planning & Zoning Code (Chapter 19 of the Chula Vista Municipal Code) is the set of laws that say what land uses and building types that will be allowed in certain areas. Much of our Zoning Code hasn’t been updated since the 1970s, and a lot has changed since then, including a lot of State laws and requirements. It is important that we update our laws to ensure that we can provide housing now and in the future that meets the needs of all Chula Vista residents.

Why An Update is Needed  

Our population is changing.

Accommodating housing choices will meet the needs of everyone in our diverse community.

It protects our quality of life.

Planning for future housing helps avoid negative consequences of unplanned growth and ensures it will provide community benefits

Tax Dollars are Saved.

With an approved housing plan and the required updates to our Zoning Code, Chula Vista will be eligible for regional and state grants that can help fund infrastructure improvements and public amenities.

It’s the law.

State law requires that we update our Zoning Code to accommodate the housing needs of everyone in our community.

How do I get Involved?

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A draft of the proposed Supportive Residential Land Uses Ordinance updating the Planning and Zoning Code is available to review on our website. In addition, a hard copy of this draft is available for review at the following locations:

  • Civic Center Library (365 F St)
  • South Chula Vista Library (389 Orange Ave)
  • Development Services Department – Front Counter Bldg B & Housing Division Building C (276 Fourth Ave)
  • City Clerk’s Office (276 Fourth Ave)

Community Informational Presentations

There will be two scheduled presentations for the community to learn more about the draft ordinance:

Thursday, September 13, 2018 @ 6 pm
Chula Vista Police Dept Community Room
315 4th Ave, Chula Vista, CA 91910

Monday, September 17, 2018 @ 10 am
Norman Park Senior Center
270 F Street, Chula Vista, CA 91910

 Presentation PDF

Summary of Comments Received & Responses

Public Hearings

As an amendment of the City’s laws, public hearings will be heard to consider the approval of the Supportive Residential Land Uses Ordinance and the update to our Planning and Zoning Code.

 Legislative Body

 Date/Time

 Location
Joint Meeting
Planning Commission
2nd & 4th Wednesday of the Month

Housing Advisory Commission
Special Meeting

Wednesday, September 26, 2018 at 6 pm

Public Hearing Notice

PC/HAC Staff Report

CVMC Title 19 Amendments

CVMC Title 15 Amendments

Chula Vista City Hall
Council Chambers
276 Fourth Avenue
Chula Vista CA 91910
 City Council

Tues, October 16, 2018 at 5 pm – First Reading

Public Hearing Notice

City Council Agenda Item (Staff Report & Attachements)

Chula Vista City Hall
Council Chambers
276 Fourth Avenue
Chula Vista CA 91910

For more Information and to Contact Us:

Call
Development Services Department
Housing & Neighborhood Services
619-691-5047

 

E-Mail
City Staff
Leilani Hines, Housing Manager
lhines@chulavistaca.gov
Kim Vander Bie,Associate Planner
kvanderbie@chulavistaca.gov

 


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