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January 17, 2015, 6:19 PM
The City of Encinitas has been working on an update its Housing Plan to ensure that we’re prepared to meet the future housing needs of our community. Updating our Housing Plan will allow us to address the housing choices for our changing population and bring us into compliance with state law. It will provide a number of benefits to the City, protect our quality of life and save our tax dollars. To learn more about the planning process and/or why planning for our future is important, please visit the project website at www.athomeinencinitas.info.
As part of the effort to update the City’s Housing Plan, a series of outreach events were recently conducted to discuss housing-related issues and learn more about why we need to plan for future housing. Through this outreach, community members were encouraged to provide input online through a new civic online tool, e-Town Hall, and identify locations where future housing opportunities should be accommodated. More than 1,000 folks visited the website since opening the topic, and many valuable comments and suggestions were registered.
City staff is currently reviewing the information and will present City Council and Planning Commission with an overview of the outreach on January 21, 2015 at City Hall at 6pm. A Planning Commission and City Council Joint-Session Hearing will also be held on February 3rd and 5th (City Hall, 6pm) to review and discuss the feedback received on the Housing Plan through e-Town Hall.
Thank you and should you have any questions, please email us at email@example.com
December 1, 2014, 12:03 PM
The deadline for participation is December 5th at 5 PM.
Visit e-Town Hall - and join the conversation!
We also have additional opportunities for you to participate in person … Join us at City Hall during our Community Dialogue Make-up Sessions any day during the first week of December. During these all-day open houses, the public is invited to view exhibits and talk with City staff to learn how the City can meet current and future housing needs. And yes, you can still provide your input at these events!
City Hall Poinsettia Room
Dec. 1 to Dec. 5 (Mon. - Fri.)
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Over the past two months, the City has been involved in many outreach events and programs – all designed to get more people involved in the Housing Plan Update. Public participation will help make the community better in the future, so please share this information with your family, friends, coworkers and neighbors - anyone that might have a stake in the future of our community.
Thank you for your participation!
Learn more at www.AtHomeInEncinitas.info.
November 24, 2014, 1:40 PM
The conversation about future housing in Encinitas is picking up, and we’re listening. Join the conversation… visit e-Town Hall and tell us where YOU think we should plan for future housing in Encinitas!
Here are some comments we’ve heard so far:
- Mixed use opportunities are the best options
- We need a central location or key activity center for people to gather as a community
- New housing should emphasize walkability
Log on to read what other residents are saying yourself, and give us your own thoughts. Your voice counts, and your input will help shape our plan for the future!
Learn more at AtHomeInEncinitas.info
November 12, 2014, 3:35 PM
In 2016, there will be a ballot measure to adopt a plan for future housing in Encinitas…What do you want this plan to look like?
Answer that question on e-Town Hall where you can express your opinion for decision-makers to read see what other residents are saying.
We look forward to hearing your ideas about the future of Encinitas, and how we can work to make it a better place for us all.
Thank you for participating!
July 28, 2014, 5:31 PM
The Encinitas Commission for the Arts is exploring ways to increase public art, a goal that is outlined in its work plan. In support of that effort, City staff would like to know what forms of public art the community would enjoy most. We value your opinion and want to hear from you. Click on Read More below to have your say.