Meetings to be Held on Altadena's Planning Future

There will be three public workshops from April to June on possible changes to Altadena's planning and land use codes - and the county wants your input.

Altadena is about to enter the public input process for updating its community standards - the codes that govern land use, business regulation, open space, and more.

There will be workshops held on April 4, April 25, and June at the gym at Loma Alta Park from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. to gather public input on what potential changes should be made to update Altadena codes.  The flyer on the right has more information.

Preliminary discussion on potential changes have been and the county's Community Development Commission will be hosting the workshops.

A presentation on the upcoming process will also be delivered at .

Below are some links to some of the many stories involving county planning, codes, or business issues that have attracted discussion on the site over the last 18 months:

ed meyers March 21, 2012 at 08:57 PM
Please show up to at least one meeting! Homes should be receiving a postcard w/ additional info. by the end of the week. The opportunity to help shape Altadena, moving forward, doesn't come around often.
karen on eaton canyon March 28, 2012 at 04:33 AM
I really hope these meetings bear fruit. I've been frustrated by the county's heavy-handed approach to enforcement of codes that do not really seem to be necessary here in Altadena.


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