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SEADIP Update Community Open House, March 26
A Community Open House was held for the Southeast Area Development and Improvement Plan (SEADIP), now known as the Southeast Area Specific Plan (SEASP) on March 26, 2016, at the Best Western Golden Sails Hotel, Seafarer Room, 6285 E. Pacific Coast Highway. The public was invited to meet one-on-one with the project team to learn about the components of the Draft Specific Plan (Plan); how the Plan will implement the community's SEASP Vision, and ways to stay involved with the project.
Southeast Area Specific Plan Initial Study Now Available for Public Review! In compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), an Initial Study and Notice of Preparation (IS/NOP) has been prepared for the Southeast Area Specific Plan (Project) and circulated for a 30-day public review period. The IS/NOP announces that an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) will be prepared for the Project and that a scoping meeting will be held. The scoping meeting will describe the Project, the CEQA process, the purpose of the IS/NOP and upcoming EIR, and offer an opportunity for members of the public and other interested parties to comment on the environmental "scope" (or breath of topics and issues) that will be analyzed in the EIR.
A New Plan for Southeast Long Beach!
The City of Long Beach has begun a new effort to comprehensively review and update the project historically known as the Southeast Area Development and Improvement Plan (SEADIP), an area covering 1,500-acres of southeast Long Beach.
This significant undertaking offers a unique opportunity to creatively balance responsible growth with resource preservation, and establish a thoughtful framework to guide strategic changes in this important gateway into our City.
This effort will take a fresh look at this area, acknowledging work conducted through previous efforts but with a new approach. The end-result will be a plan that maintains valuable natural resources, customizes land uses and development standards, and identifies locations for future development and expanded transportation choices. The project also includes an update to the City's Local Coastal Plan.
Your input to the new plan is important to us. Find out how you can be involved.
Stay Informed and Register!
- We encourage you to visit and register your email with the Long Beach Town Hall Forum. From time to time, we will be posting topics that we would like the community to provide feedback on. By registering you will be notified on important announcements and when new topics are posted.
- Sign-up for additional updates and notices on LINKLB.
Thank you for your interest!
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