Planning Division Weekly Updates

Aug 26, 2019 - Sep 1, 2019


Planning Division

City Hall
330 West 20th Avenue
San Mateo, CA 94403
 
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12:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
 Tuesday

Planning Commission

Next Meeting:
September 10, 2019 @ 7:00 pm
Council Chambers

PA-2019-005 / Hayward Park Train Station Parking Lot Pre-Application

·         Project Page
·         Meeting Materials (available September 6, 2019)

(Please see below for Public Notice)

Noticing

Meeting Notices
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PA-2019-005 / Hayward Park Train Station Parking Lot Pre-Application

PA-2019-005 / Hayward Park Train Station Parking Lot Pre-Application

A formal preliminary Planning Application "Pre-App" has been submitted to develop a 138,520 square foot (or 3.18 acre) parcel currently serving as a 225 space surface parking lot for CalTrain. The project proposes 189 apartment units, including 28 below market rate units, located in two five-story residential buildings and 232 parking spaces on two levels of podium garage parking.


Pending Zoning Administrator Decisions & Other Notices
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PA-2019-006 / 717 S. Grant St. SFDDR

PA-2019-006 / 717 S. Grant St. SFDDR
Single Family Dwelling Design Review for a 1,058-square-foot second-story addition to an existing single-story single-family dwelling. A 19 square-foot uncovered, rear-facing balcony is also proposed.

What's Happening in Development and City Planning?

PA18-010 Underground Flow Equalization System (UFES)

PA-2018-010
Underground Flow Equalization System (UFES)
The Planning Commission held a Study Session at City Hall Council Chambers on Tuesday, August 27, 2019 at 7:00pm. Study Session items are for discussion purposes only, No Vote is taken. The project consists of a new underground wastewater holding structure, pump station, odor control equipment room and diversion pipelines. During significant storms, diversion pipelines would route excess wastewater to the holding structure until it can be pumped back into the sanitary sewer collection system. Only minor appurtenances, including access hatches, an electrical building and vents for treated air would be at or above the ground surface.


Monte Diablo Ave. & N. Kingston St. SPAR PA-2019-008 /

PA-2019-008
Monte Diablo Ave. & N. Kingston St. SPAR
The Planning Commission held a Study Session at City Hall Council Chambers on Tuesday, August 13, 2019. Study Session items are for discussion purposes only,
No Vote was taken. The proposed project consists of the demolition of the existing on-site structures and the construction of 35 townhomes, totaling 80,526 gross square feet. The project includes 85 parking spaces.

Planning Resources

SKIP THE LINE!

Citizen Self Service (CSS) Portal

Citizen Self Service (CSS) Portal
Track Permits, Planning Applications, Inspections, Code Enforcement Cases, Business Tax Records and more on our City website. Visit the link below for more information.

 

Property Information Report

Property Information Report
Look up Zoning Designation, Lot Size, Floor Area Ratio, and Height Limits on our City website. Visit the link below for more information.

 

Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) and Junior Accessory Dwelling Unit (JADU)

Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) and
Junior Accessory Dwelling Unit (JADU)
Look up guidelines and additional information for Accessory Dwelling Units and Junior Accessory Dwelling Units. Visit the link below for more information. 

Strive San Mateo 2040 General Plan

Strive San Mateo - General Plan 2040

Studying San Mateo's Future

 

The City Council took an important step in our ongoing efforts to guide the future of San Mateo through the General Plan Update. Based on community feedback collected over the last few months, 11 geographical areas where chosen to undergo a comprehensive study of how these parts of the city might change over the next 20 years. Staff and Planners will gather more community input on what kinds of changes the public would like to see – such as transportation improvements, additional housing, streetscape enhancements and more. A range of alternatives will then be studied for each of the 11 areas to evaluate the potential impacts and benefits, before a preferred plan for each area is chosen.

The study areas include downtown, along El Camino Real, near Caltrain stations, the Bridgepointe Shopping Center and other segments of the City.

Another round of community workshops and public meetings will be held in the coming months and everyone is encouraged to participate and learn more by visiting the Strive San Mateo website at www.StriveSanMateo.org

 

City Council

Next Meeting:
September 3, 2019 @ 7:00 pm
Council Chambers

Regional Housing Needs Allocation – Subregion Formation (Study Session)

·         Meeting Materials 


IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN OTHER PROJECTS IN SAN MATEO
visit our What's Happening page.
 

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