9/27/14 COMMISSION PUBLIC HEARING
The Los Angeles County Regional Planning Commission held a public hearing on the proposed project and the DEIR on Saturday, September 27, 2014 in the Antelope Valley. After hearing testimony from approximately 70 persons, the Commission closed the public hearing, and recommended approval of the project to the Board of Supervisors with additional changes. A summary of these changes can be found here.
All materials submitted prior to the public hearing can be found here. Correspondence received during the September 27 hearing will be uploaded shortly. The video of the hearing is also available for viewing here.
QUESTIONS ABOUT ZONE CHANGES
If you have received a “Notice of Public Hearing and Availability of EIR” postcard and would like to see whether your property will be affected, search for your property below by entering your address or parcel number (APN) in the search box.
Please click on Documents for Review & Comment for more information regarding zone changes, which is available under the Zoning Consistency subsection.
DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL DOCUMENT
The Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) is now available for public review and comment. The formal public review period will be from August 22, 2014 to October 6, 2014. All comments received by the closing of the public review period will be considered in the Final EIR.
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Town & Country is an effort by the Los Angeles County Department of Regional Planning to update the Antelope Valley Area Plan. An area plan is a document containing maps and rules that provides guidance for future land development and conservation for a specific geographic region. This project recognizes the individual needs and identity of each unique town in the unincorporated area as well as the collective needs and identity of the Valley as a whole. Its success depends on the commitment of residents, property owners, business owners, and other stakeholders in the Valley to develop a common vision that will guide growth in the unincorporated area of the Valley in coming years.
This webpage contains information on the project’s past meeting summaries, draft documents, upcoming meetings, and environmental review. We have a Frequently Asked Questions document that may answer some of your questions. Should you not find what you need here, please contact us.