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Riverside Land Use Discussion - Housing & Warehouses


We encourage all residents to become informed on this plan (RHNA Riverside) for future housing development in your neighborhood for the next 8 years - 2021 through 2029

 
 

































Thursday May 25 | 6:00 - 7:30pm


City Staff is looking for your feedback, on the proposed policy changes to Title 19 (Zoning Code) and sought direction from the Land Use, Sustainability and Resilience Committee (Committee) on a path for implementation.

On March 13, 2023, the Committee directed staff to pursue Phase One of the Proposed Policy Matrix


Potential Items for discussion in this May 25th forum:

Staff is also hosting a virtual stakeholder meeting on

Friday, May 26 at 11AM to 12:30PM

Contact Daniel Palafox to register for the virtual stakeholder meeting


Daniel Palafox | Assistant Planner

City of Riverside | Planning Division 3900 Main Street, Riverside, CA 92522 E: dpalafox@riversideca.gov P: 951-826-5985

 

 

Inland Center for Sustainable Development Update on the California Legislature bills affecting housing ...

OVER 40 BILLS PASSED !

 

Warehouses on the north side of the 60 Freeway at Etiwanda Avenue in Jurupa Valley are seen Thursday, Sept. 2, 2021. (Photo by Jeff Gritchen, Orange County Register/SCNG)


RIVERSIDE WAREHOUSE DEVELOPMENT:

IS IT TIME FOR A MORATORIUM ?

 


 








 



The Rationale for a Public Health State of Emergency in the Inland Empire | Robert Redford Conservancy



"...the Inland Empire’s potential in green energy development and jobs is one potential bright spot. Higher value added firms will not move into the area if they cannot find a better qualified labor force. There is a real danger of complacency at this point because elected officials may simply look at the employment success without considering the cost at which this was achieved."


IRVINE GREAT PARK - Great Park has a rich foundation as the former Marine Corps Air Station El Toro, preserves Orange County’s agricultural heritage, and honors its military history. A project area spanning nearly 1,300 acres, with more than 500 acres developed and 300 acres in the first phase planning and design stage, the Great Park embraces recreation, competitive sports, parkland, and the environment.

 

Land Use, Sustainability, Resilience Committee

Monday February 13 - 3:30pm


Land Use, Sustainability, Resilience Committee

 

Land Use, Sustainability, and Resilience Committee

Meets the 2nd Monday of the month at 3:30pm


STAFF CONTACT:

Daniel Palafox | Assistant Planner

Phone: 951-826-5985




Below are the Community meeting dates and times that staff held at the direction of the LUSRC

  • Tuesday, September 13

    • 10am

    • Virtual - Microsoft Teams

  • Wednesday, September 21

    • 1:00 pm

    • Virtual – Microsoft Teams

  • Thursday, September 29

    • 6:00 pm

    • In person – City Hall, 4th Floor Situation Room

  • Thursday, October 6

    • 5:30 pm

    • Cesar Chavez Center

  • Wednesday, October 26

    • 6:00 pm

    • Virtual - Zoom

The goal of their outreach was for community stakeholders, residents, developers, labor groups and environmental groups to have a discussion on our current regulations so that staff can identify key areas of concern and report back to the Land Use Committee early next year. The next step will be for Staff to present their findings to the Land Use Committee for further policy direction. It’s anticipated that this will take place in early December



Current development regulations and best practices for warehouse

and distribution facilities update Presentation PDF

 









 


COMMUNITY MEETING

Wednesday January 11, 2023

Evening: Time - 6:30pm







 




RIVERSIDE HOUSING INFORMATION - HISTORY




 

PROPERTY SEARCH BY APN


 


PE Article 9.17.21



SB 9 SB 10 - Support


SB 9 SB 10 - Opposition



 

The adopted Housing Element was revised accordingly and presented to the City Council on February 8, 2022 (Click Here for the agenda packet, and Here for video of the presentation).


The Riverside City Council adopted the Phase 1 General Plan Update – Housing Element, Public Safety Element and Environmental Justice Policies on October 5, 2021, along with amending seven Specific Plans, rezoning hundreds of parcels, adopting updates to the City’s Zoning regulations and certifying the Final Program Environmental Impact Report for the project.


Click Here to access video of the City Council hearing (WARNING – video is approximately (5) hours in length).

 

MARKETING COMMITTEE Thursday March 18 300pm

 

STRONG TOWN ARTICLES



 





 

 
 





 



 

 













 




 

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