Southeast Antelope Valley

The Regional Planning Commission recommended approval of the Southeast Antelope Valley Community Standards District on Oct. 19.

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COMMUNITY STANDARDS DISTRICT (CSD)

The Southeast Antelope Valley CSD was adopted and came into effect in 2007. The CSD is established to protect and enhance the community’s rural, equestrian, and agricultural character as well as its natural features, including significant ecological areas, flood plains, and desert terrain. The standards contained in this CSD are also intended to ensure reasonable access to public riding and hiking trails, and to minimize the impacts of urbanization. The Southeast Antelope Valley CSD update is proposed to be updated as part of this effort. For more information on the project please see the summary.

El resumen del Distrito de Normas Comunitarias del Sureste de Antelope Valley está disponible en español aquí.

請在此處查看中文版的東南羚羊谷社區 (Southeast Antelope Valley) 標準區 (CSD) 更新摘要 。

Regional Planning Commission (RPC)

All Regional Planning Commission hearing documents are available on the Documents and Reports page. To view the updated Southeast Antelope Valley CSD draft, click on the button below:

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Community Meeting

PAST MEETINGS/EVENTS

A public hearing was held on Wednesday, October 19th at 9am on Zoom where the Regional Planning Commission recommended approval of the update to the Southeast Antelope Valley CSD.

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LA County Planning hosted a follow-up community meeting on Tuesday, October 11, 2022 at 7pm on Zoom to share examples of the architectural styles for the Palmdale Boulevard Commercial Area. To view the video, please click the button or link below:


A community meeting was held on Thursday, September 22nd at 7pm on Zoom where an overview of the CSD was provided followed by a questions and answers session. To view the video, please click the button or link below:


Stakeholder Meeting #3 was held on Monday, February 28th at 6 pm on Zoom. It covered the topics of accessory truck parking and cargo shipping containers.

Stakeholder Meeting #2 was held on Tuesday, February 22nd at 6 pm on Zoom. It covered current enforcement practices for the departments of Regional Planning and Public Works and commercial design standards for Pearblossom Highway. To view the video for this meeting, please use the following link:

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Stakeholder Meeting #1 was held on Thursday, February 17th at 6 pm on Zoom. To view the video for this meeting, please view below or use the following link:

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

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CONCEPT DRAFT

The Littlerock Community Concept Draft and the Sun Village Community Concept Draft were intended to highlight and summarize the collective vision for an updated CSD. The CSD ordinance language will be drafted in part based on the Community Concept Drafts and the comments received.

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

BACKGROUND

The Southeast Antelope Valley CSD includes the communities of Littlerock and Sun Village which are located in the southeastern portion of the Antelope Valley, east of the City of Palmdale. Residents of the communities are concerned about urbanization of the area and wish to remain as unincorporated rural communities with unique identities. Many portions of the communities 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 Significant Ecological Areas, and are subject to safety hazards, such as Flood Zones.  

A more detailed description of the Southeast Antelope Valley communities can be found in the Community-Specific Land Use Concepts chapter of the Antelope Valley Area Plan.