Long Beach, CA
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File #: 10-0166    Version: Name: DS - ORD land use district map
Type: Ordinance Status: Adopted
File created: 1/28/2010 In control: City Council
On agenda: 3/2/2010 Final action: 3/2/2010
Title: Recommendation to declare ordinance amending the Use District Map of the City of Long Beach as said Map has been established and amended by amending portions of Part 30 of said Map from CCA (Community Commercial Automobile-Oriented) to CCN (Community R-4-N Commercial), read and adopted as read. (District 9)
Sponsors: Development Services
Indexes: Map
Attachments: 1. 021610-H-2sr&att 1.pdf, 2. 021610-H-2 Att. Traffic Study.pdf, 3. 021610-H-2 Att.Historic Survey.pdf, 4. 021610-H-2 Att.Ramona Park Apts.pdf, 5. 021610-H-2-Handout PowerPoint.pdf, 6. 030210-ORD-33att.pdf, 7. ORD-10-0005.pdf
Related files: 10-0167, 13-0394
Date Ver.Action ByActionResultAction DetailsMeeting DetailsVideo
3/2/20102 City Council approve recommendation and adoptPass Action details Meeting details Not available
2/16/20101 City Council declare ordinance read the first time and laid over to the next regular meeting of the City Council for final readingPass Action details Meeting details Not available
TITLE
Recommendation to declare ordinance amending the Use District Map of the City of Long Beach as said Map has been established and amended by amending portions of Part 30 of said Map from CCA (Community Commercial Automobile-Oriented) to CCN (Community R-4-N Commercial), read and adopted as read. (District 9)

DISCUSSION
The applicant, Palm Desert Development Company, is proposing to construct a threestory, 61-unit affordable senior apartment building at 3290 E. Artesia Boulevard. The facility will consist of 49 one-bedroom units, 11 two-bedroom units, and one threebedroom manager's unit. Building amenities include a large central courtyard, a pool, spa, fire pit, picnic area, exercise room, community rooms, classroom and recreation rooms. A second parcel located at 3232 E. Artesia Boulevard is also included in the . project. That parcel, which contains the Windsor Gardens Convalescent Center, will only undergo a General Plan Amendment and Zone Change (Exhibit A - Plans and Photographs).

In order to construct the project, an amendment to the General Plan from Land Use District 8N to 4 and change in Zone from CCA to CCN are necessary. The amendments to the General Plan and Zone will allow for the placement of residential units and an increase in height and density at the project site. The proposed project will be located on a major corridor, situated near public transportation and shopping, and will provide much needed senior housing to an area that is lacking senior facilities and services.

On February 4, 2010, the Planning Commission reviewed the Site Plan Review and Conditional Use Permit, and made a recommendation that the City Council approve the proposed amendment to the General Plan and change of Zone (Exhibit B - Findings and Conditions of Approval).

Along with entitlements requested above, a Mitigated Negative Declaration was required to determine if there would be any significant effects to the environment. The Mitigated Negative Declaration wa...

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