The items listed below may be coming before the Commission during the next few months. Publication of this list is provided for the purpose of facilitating public participation in the Commission's activities and is not required by law. The list's inclusion in this Meeting Notice also does not constitute, nor substitute for any of the notice requirements contained in the Coastal Act and Commission regulations. Also, please be aware that the details of a submittal may change as staff review proceeds, and that not all submittals of potential significance may appear on the listing below.

Energy, Ocean Resources & Federal Consistency UNIT

North Coast District

  • Application No. 1-20-0711 (City of Arcata)
    Application by the City of Arcata to construct the Arcata Wastewater Treatment Facilities (AWTF) Improvements Project including but not limited to rehabilitation of the headworks and primary clarifier, new oxidation pond aerators and baffle walls, pump station improvements, and construction of a UV disinfection system.
  • City of Eureka Sign Regulations, LCP-1-EUR-20-0072-2
    Amendments to the City’s certified Implementation Plan to (1) repeal and replace Eureka Municipal Code Title 10 Chapter 5 Article 17 “Signs” with updated regulations pertaining to type, size, dimensions, placement, number, and design of signs and (2) amend related sections of Articles 18, 22, 26, and 29 pertaining to signs.

North Central Coast District

  • City of San Francisco Ocean Beach Climate Adaptation Project.
    City of San Francisco proposal to permanently close the Great Highway between Sloat Boulevard and Fort Funston, with installation of various public access improvements, including a multi-use trail in the decommissioned roadway, and install wastewater infrastructure protections at the western shoreline of San Francisco, or South Ocean Beach.
  • City of Daly City Vista Grande Infrastructure
    City of Daly City proposal to modify stormwater and wastewater infrastructure in the northern part of Daly City and into San Francisco, including new engineered structures (including on the beach), bioengineered elements (including created water quality wetlands), and modifications to lake levels and management at Lake Merced.
  • Mussel Rock Landfill Adaptation Planning
    Review of the City of Daly City’s CDP-required condition compliance report regarding options for addressing the future of the Mussel Rock landfill in Daly City in light of coastal hazards.
  • City of Pacifica LUP Update
    City of Pacific’s proposal to replace the LUP originally certified with a new and updated LUP, including updated provisions regarding coastal hazards related to addressing adequate bluff and shoreline setbacks for new and redevelopment, shoreline protective devices, and sea level rise.
  • Costanoa Resort Changes
    Proposal to modify allowed overnight accommodations mixes, and to install complementary improvements (some after-the-fact), at the Costanoa Resort downcoast of Pescadero in unincorporated San Mateo County.

Central Coast District

  • Santa Cruz County Coastal Hazards LCP Update
    Request by Santa Cruz County to update LCP policies and standards regarding coastal hazards, including addressing adequate bluff and shoreline setbacks for new and redevelopment, shoreline protective devices, and sea level rise
  • Los Osos Community Plan
    San Luis Obispo County proposal to add a Los Osos Community Plan to the LCP’s Estero Area Plan, where the plan is designed to address long-standing issues related to development constraints in that unincorporated community, including related to water supply, wastewater services, and ESHA.
  • American Tin Cannery Hotel/Resort
    Appeal of the City of Pacific Grove’s CDP approval of a 225-unit hotel/resort at the American Tin Cannery site in the City of Pacific Grove, just downcoast of the Monterey Bay Aquarium.
  • King Ventures Hotel/Resort (“The Collections”).
    King Venture’s proposal for a 93-room hotel/resort and 24-unit campground in the dunes seaward of Highway 1 near Tioga Avenue in Sand City, Monterey County.
  • Dream Inn Expansion
    Appeal of the City of Santa Cruz’s CDP approval for a mixed-use commercial and residential project as an adjunct to the Dream Inn on its just inland parking lot in Santa Cruz just upcoast of the Santa Cruz Wharf.

South Central Coast District

  • Application No. 4-21-0685 (California State Parks, Los Angeles)
    Application of California Department of Parks and Recreation to construct drainage and erosion control improvements, as well as reconfigure parking lot and egress road, at Trippet Ranch within Topanga State Park, 20828 Entrada Road, Santa Monica Mountains, Los Angeles County.
  • Appeal No. A-4-STB-19-0214 (Cosmoledo)
    Appeal of a County of Santa Barbara Coastal Development Permit for demolition of an existing 2,634 sq. ft. residence with deck and 384 sq. ft. attached carport and construction of a new 10,086 sq. ft. residence (including a 2,403 sq. ft. basement garage constructed at grade level), pool, retaining walls, hardscaping, landscaping, and grading at 711 Sand Point Road in Santa Barbara County.
  • Appeal No. A-4-MAL-19-0188 (Southern California Edison, Malibu)
    Appeal of a City of Malibu Coastal Development Permit for construction of a temporary utility laydown and staging yard for critical fire prevention infrastructure repairs constructed pursuant to two emergency coastal development permits at 23833 Stuart Ranch Road in the City of Malibu.

South Coast District

  • Application No. A-5-NPB-19-0003 (City of Newport Beach Residential Parking Permit Program)
    Application of the City of Newport Beach for establishment of resident parking permit program restricting parking on public streets to “No Parking Anytime Except by Permit” within the Finley Tract on Balboa Peninsula, Newport Beach, Orange County

San Diego District

  • City of San Diego LCP Amendment (Short Term Rental Ordinance).
    Request by the City of San Diego to amend its certified Implementation Plan to regulate the operation of short-term rentals and hosting platforms. E-mail correspondence concerning this item may be sent to SanDiegoSTR@coastal.ca.gov
  • Application No. 6-22-0113 (City of San Diego Point La Jolla Seasonal Closure)
    Application of City of San Diego to temporarily close public access to Point La Jolla from May 25-September 15 during sea lion pupping season, including installation of K-rail barrier, signage, and chain at top of access stairs. E-mail correspondence on this item may be sent to PtLaJolla@coastal.ca.gov.