Draft East Los Angeles 3rd Street Specific Plan
East Los Angeles Community Plan Update
For more information regarding the draft East Los Angeles 3rd Street Specific Plan, please contact Community Studies East at (213) 974-6425 from 7:30 am to 5:30 pm, Monday through Thursday. Our offices are closed on Fridays.
ELA-NET now available.
The East Los Angeles 3rd Street Specific Plan will guide and foster transit-supportive development around the Metro Gold Line stations, as well as stabilize and enhance the adjoining residential neighborhoods. This Plan is the product of the collective efforts and input of the East Los Angeles Planning Advisory Committee (ELAPAC), county staff, neighborhood residents, and business and property owners. The Plan will build upon the substantial public investment and transformative opportunity created by the Gold Line extension into East Los Angeles. New development standards and strategies will be implemented to encourage and support a sustainable, transit-supportive, pedestrian-friendly, and economically vibrant community.
The Plan will utilize a form-based development code to guide new development. Form-based codes are an innovative alternative to conventional zoning that focus on the form of buildings rather than the separation of land uses. Form-based codes include specifications of what uses are permitted in a building or zone, but the attention is on the physical character of development, particularly how it relates to the public realm that everyone shares.
The Form-Based Code Institute (FBCI) has the goal of setting standards for the practice of Form-Based Coding. The FBCI website includes links to books, articles, code documents, videos, and additional resources from the FBCI.
August 14, 2014 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
East Los Angeles Library
4837 E. 3rd St.
Los Angeles, CA 90022
Regional Planning Commission
July 23, 2014 at 9:00 a.m. (Note: Staff will recommend a continuance to August 6, 2014 at 9:00 am.)
Hall of Records
Commission Hearing Room 150
320 West Temple Street
Los Angeles, California 90012
- Commission Memo (2014-07-31)
- Commission Memo (2014-07-24)
- Staff Report and Attachments
- Commission Memo (2014-05-14)
The Department of Regional Planning is preparing a Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR), pursuant to the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). The DEIR was published online by May 15, 2014. The 45-day public comment period ended on July 1, 2014.
- Open House and DEIR Public Hearing Notice Flyer, June 12, 2014 (English/Spanish) (PDF)
- DEIR Public Hearing Notice, June 12, 2014 (English/Spanish) (PDF)
- DEIR (Draft Environmental Impact Report) (PDF)
- Public Scoping Meeting Poster (PDF)
- Notice of Preparation and Public Scoping Meeting (PDF)
- Public Scoping Meeting Agenda (PDF)
- Initial Study (PDF)
Revised Draft 3rd Street Specific Plan (July 2014)
- 3rd Street Specific Plan and Form-Based Code (July 2014) (Best for web viewing) (PDF)
- 3rd Street Specific Plan and Form-Based Code (July 2014) (Best for printing) (PDF)
- Discovery Workshops Catalog
- Design Solutions Catalog
- Market Analysis (PDF)
- Market Study Implementation Section (PDF)
Community involvement is at the heart of the planning process. Participation has included extensive community workshops and the formation of the East Los Angeles Planning Advisory Committee (ELAPAC). The ELAPAC is an advisory committee, which represents each neighborhood in East Los Angeles community. All neighborhood residents, business and property owners, and other stakeholders are welcome and invited to participate in this ongoing planning process.
For more information on the workshops and the ELAPAC please see:
|Development of Draft Plan||2012|
|Environmental Impact Report, Public Meetings, Hearings and Revisions||2013-2014|
|Plan Adoption and Dissemination||2014|
Resources and Contacts
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|The Specific Plan||
LA County Department of Regional Planning
|County services in East Los Angeles||
LA County First District Field Office
|Building permits and home improvements||
LA County Department of Public Works
LA County Sheriff’s Department