Lake Los Angeles

CONCEPT DRAFT

The Lake Los Angeles Concept Draft (El Borrador Conceptual: Lake Los Angeles) is now available for public comment.  A Concept Draft is intended to highlight and summarize the community’s intent for an updated CSD. The CSD ordinance language will be drafted based on the Concept Draft and the comments received.

Comments may be submitted by completing an online Concept Draft Comments form or sending comments via email at AVCSDs@planning.lacounty.gov.

A list of all AV CSDs documents, including the Concept Draft, can be found on the Documents and Reports page.

COMMUNITY STANDARDS DISTRICT (CSD)

Lake Los Angeles is a community located generally in the north-eastern portion of the County of Los Angeles, whose landscape is dotted with buttes and desert flora.  A Lake Los Angeles CSD is proposed to be created as part of this effort.

 

MEETINGS/EVENTS

A list of all AV CSDs meetings and events can be found on the Meetings and Hearings page.

UPCOMING

CommunityMeeting NameDescriptionDateTimeLocationAddressAttachments

PAST

CommunityMeeting NameDescriptionDateTimeLocationAddressAttachments
Lake Los AngelesCSD Committee Working Meeting 2020/05/14Online/Phone Call
Lake Los Angeles;
Littlerock;
Sun Village;
Pearblossom
Joint Community Open HouseTo hear community comments on the concept drafts for the communities of Lake Los Angeles, Littlerock, Sun Village, and Pearblossom. 2019/10/269:30 AM - 12:00 PMJackie Robinson Park: Auditorium8773 E Avenue R, Sun Village, CA 93543Lake Los Angeles Concept Draft
Littlerock Concept Draft
Pearblossom Concept Draft
Sun Village Concept Draft
Lake Los AngelesParks After Dark EventCome ask questions and learn more about the overall AV CSDs project. 2019/08/026:00 PM - 8:00 PMStephen Sorensen Park16801 E. Avenue P, Lake Los Angeles, CA 93591
All Association of Rural Town Councils PresentationTo brief the Association of Rural Town Councils on the project2019/05/297:00 PMQuartz Hill Library Meeting Room5040 W Avenue M-2, Quartz Hill, CA 93536ARTC Presentation
All Association of Rural Town Councils PresentationTo answer any questions in connection with the County's Significant Ecological Areas Ordinance Update2019/01/307:00 PMQuartz Hill Library Meeting Room5040 W Avenue M-2, Quartz Hill, CA 93536
All Antelope Valley Valley Fever WalkCome ask questions and learn more about the overall AV CSDs project. 2018/08/048:00 AM -12:00 PMApollo Park4555 W Avenue G, Lancaster, CA 93536
Lake Los AngelesParks After Dark EventCome ask questions and learn more about the overall AV CSDs project, and the Significant Ecological Area Ordinance Update.2018/08/036:00 PM - 8:00 PMStephen Sorensen Park16801 E. Avenue P, Lake Los Angeles, CA 93591
Lake Los AngelesCommunity Tour and Site Visits2018/07/19
All Association of Rural Town Councils PresentationTo brief the Association of Rural Town Councils in more detail on the project, including demonstrations of project website and Map.Social2018/06/277:00 PMQuartz Hill Library Meeting Room5040 W Avenue M-2, Quartz Hill, CA 93536
All Regional Planning Commission - Public HearingTo brief the Regional Planning Commission on the project2018/06/139:00 AMHall of Records Hearing Room 150320 W Temple Street, Los Angeles, CA 99012RPC Package
RPC Supplemental Package
RPC Meeting Video (Agenda Item #6)
All Association of Rural Town Councils PresentationTo brief the Association of Rural Town Councils on the project2018/05/307:00 PMQuartz Hill Library Meeting Room5040 W Avenue M-2, Quartz Hill, CA 93536
Lake Los AngelesCSD Committee Working Meeting 2018/05/10Agenda
Lake Los AngelesCSD Committee Working Meeting 2018/04/05Agenda
Preliminary Proposed Topics
Community Proposal

 

BACKGROUND

The community of Lake Los Angeles is in the eastern portion of the Antelope Valley.  As of the 2000 Census, it had the largest population of any unincorporated community in the Valley.  Many portions of the community are developed or partially developed with a wide range of uses and a distinctly rural character.  The remaining portions are largely undeveloped and generally not served by existing infrastructure, include environmental resources, such as buttes and Significant Ecological Areas, and are subject to safety hazards, such as Flood Zones.

A more detailed description of the Lake Los Angeles community can be found in the Community-Specific Land Use Concepts chapter of the Antelope Valley Area Plan.

 

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