This issue showcases current and upcoming development projects, updates on new initiatives, and further highlights our continual efforts to help build a dynamic, safe and sustainable Long Beach. View 2Q15 Newsletter.
The City has implemented a new Saturday hotline to address concerns about potential unpermitted construction. The unpermitted construction hotline is open to the public each Saturday from 7:00 am to 5:00 pm. Anonymous complaints regarding potential unpermitted construction may be reported by calling 562.570.0000. All reports will be investigated and will be subject to a site visit by a Code Enforcement Inspector. The Saturday hotline will be used to enhance the City's regular Code Enforcement services, which are available Monday through Friday from 7:30 am to 4:30 pm. Anonymous referrals about possible unpermitted, unsafe, unhealthy, or unsightly conditions in homes and neighborhoods may also be reported after business hours at 562.570.CODE (2633) or www.lbcode.org.
As part of the revamped Mills Act Property Tax Abatement Program (Mills Act), an economic incentive program for historic properties, the public is invited to attend two important events to learn about how to qualify and apply for tax benefits while also preserving the City’s designated landmarks.
Application Workshop, Saturday, July 11, 2015, at 1:30 pm at the Burnett Neighborhood Library Community Room, 560 E. Hill St.
- Pre-Application Workshop, Saturday, June 27, 2015, at 10:30 am at the Long Beach Public Library Lobby, 101 Pacific Ave.
Mills Act Program
|The Long Beach Planning Commission (PC) plays a key role in shaping the City's built environment. Planning Commission 2014 Year in Review - key projects the PC took action on in 2014, spawning more innovative, safe, and attractive development opportunities that will allow Long Beach to grow and thrive. |
|Since its adoption in January 2012, the Downtown Plan (PD-30) has proved to be a key catalyst in the ongoing revitalization of Downtown Long Beach - providing refined standards that mandate high-quality, context-sensitive building designs that promote a forward-looking Downtown identity. View Downtown Plan Update 2014 for an update on development projects within the Downtown Plan area.|
|Linda Tatum, AICP, former Acting Director of Economic and Community Development Department for the City of Inglewood, has joined the City as Planning Bureau Manager for Long Beach Development Services. More information.|
|This issue showcases current and upcoming development projects, noteworthy accomplishments in 2014, updates on new initiatives, and further highlights our continual efforts to help build a dynamic, safe and sustainable Long Beach. View 1Q15 Newsletter.|
|The Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD) is responsible for regulations pertaining to licensed clinics. Significant changes have been made for OSHPD 3 Clinics as in the 2013 edition of the California Building Standards Code. Click here for more information. |