Tonight is the first of two public hearings over the Downtown Core and Corridors Specific Plan (DCCSP) scheduled for the Planning Commission. Go to the new Community Room at the Fullerton City Library (right next to City Hall), 353 W. Commonwealth Avenue at 7:00 p.m. Have your say about the largest Specific Plan ever presented to the City of Fullerton.
The DCCSP covers over 1,300 acres of land in Fullerton–over 9% of the city. It represents a major change to the way large amounts of property in the city will be allowed to develop in the coming decades. It is being criticized for allowing too much high density development near single family homes and without the requisite parking and without street or transpiration improvements to accommodate increased vehicular traffic.
Here is a map of the plan areas. (Apologies for the unreadable type, this is the way it actually appears on the city’s website.) If you live near or travel near any of these areas your life will be affected by this plan.
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The second public hearing by the Planning Commission is scheduled for 7:00 p.m., July 23.
The City Council will consider the DCCSP on Tuesdays, August 5 and August 19, 6:30 p.m.