Beach Boulevard Specific Plan
The City of Anaheim is working to create a better Beach Boulevard. The City’s Beach Boulevard Initiative seeks to bring new shopping, restaurants, community gathering places, homes and other uses to the 1.5 miles of Beach Boulevard that run through Anaheim.
The effort is moving ahead with action by the Anaheim City Council in September 2016 that clears the way for the building of a shopping center at Beach Boulevard and Lincoln Avenue and the acquisition of adjacent land to replace an outdated motel with new housing and shops. Click here for more information on the Beach Boulevard Initiative.
At the same time, work continues on the Beach Boulevard Specific Plan to bring new zoning and planning guidelines to the area and to encourage additional economic development, redevelopment of underutilized motels and retail space and addresses blight and quality-of-life issues. Work on the Beach Boulevard Specific Plan is funded by nearly $500,000 from the Strategic Growth Council under the Sustainable Communities Planning Grant and Incentives Program.
In order to analyze the environmental effects associated with the adoption of the specific plan, the City, as the Lead Agency, will prepare a Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR). A detailed project description, location information and initial study of the probable environmental effects anticipated as a result of the adoption of the specific plan can be viewed by clicking on the link below.
This information is also available for viewing in person at the City of Anaheim Planning and Building Department (200 S. Anaheim Boulevard, MS 162 Anaheim, CA 92803), the Haskett Branch Library (650 W Broadway, Anaheim, CA 92804) and Anaheim Central Library (500 W. Broadway, Anaheim, CA 92805).If you would like to be added to the project's mailing list to receive information, including notice of all future public meetings and hearings for this project, please contact Mr. Gonzalez.