VIDEO / LINKS. An application for “The Dunes at Half Moon Bay” project was submitted to the City on September 20, 2019. The video comments below were not on the agenda, they were part of public comment.
This private development proposal has not been approved, nor has it gone through the stringent project and environmental review process that precedes consideration of approval. This proposal involves only private property, on land that is located in the Surf Beach / Dunes Beach Planned Development.
The applicant requests City consideration of several discretionary actions including an amendment to the City’s certified Local Coastal Program, a Specific Plan, and a subdivision. Preparation of an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) to evaluate the potential environmental effects of the proposed project is required.
See the Dunes at HMB Specific Plan1_Dunes Specific Plan
As part of the process, the Half Moon Bay Planning Commission and City Council will consider community input, review the entire project record including plans and studies, and act to approve or deny the project. At various phases of the entitlement review process there will be opportunities for community discussion and input. A project must complete all elements of this process in order to be considered for final approval.
This comprehensive process helps ensure that a project is consistent with the California Coastal Act, City policies and objectives, is in line with the community’s values, principles, and standards, and takes into consideration environmental protection and impacts. Here is a brief overview of the project (updated October 2019). ~ City of HMB City Council Agenda
A Dunes Beach Roundabout?
Agenda for 10/15/19
FYI. The video comments above were not on the agenda, they were part of public comment.HMC Council Agenda 10:15:19