About Midtown Ventura
Midtown Ventura is a collection of unique residential neighborhoods with schools, retail shops and a mall, business services, and two hospitals. The Midtown Ventura Community Council (MVCC) helps connect the midtown neighborhood by offering meetings that bring together neighbors who are interested in improving their community.
Please join us a public presentation about the Ventura Midtown Wellness District --
an urban design vision by Cal Poly Students
June 3, 2016, 11 AM - 12:30 PM
Ventura City Hall Community Meeting Room (Rm. 202)
Come see, and discuss, planning and urban design ideas for a Wellness District in Ventura's Midtown, presented by a graduate class from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Topics to include: health, walkability, mixed use, bikes, and a live/work district.
(City of Ventura Community Memorial Hospital Technical Assistance Panel Report)
Midtown Corridors Development Code Revised December 2012
- Adopted Midtown Corridors Code (Pdf - 48,456 KB)
Download by chapter
- Cover & Table of Content (pdf - 457KB)
- 24M.100 Purpose & Applicability (pdf - 164KB)
- 24M.102 Regulating Plan & Transect zones (pdf - 5,894KB)
- 24M.200 Zones and Development Standards (pdf - 307KB)
- 24M.202 Overlay Zones (pdf - 63KB)
- 24M.203 Allowable Land Uses (pdf - 188KB)
- 24M.204 Frontage Type Standards (pdf - 9,257KB)
- 24M.206 Building Type Standards (pdf - 11,857KB)
- 24M.208 Street and Streetscapes Standards (pdf - 11,721KB)
- 24M.210 Mixed Type Development Standards (pdf - 974KB)
- 24M.212 Open Space Standards (pdf - 680KB)
- 24M.300 Definitions (pdf - 308KB)
- Appendix (pdf - 3,588KB)
- Complete Midtown Corridors Development Code Administrative Report
- Midtown Corridors Development Code presentation, 11/19/07
- Notice of Determination -- Negative Declaration for Midtown Corridors Dev. Code
Local Coastal Program (LCP) component of this project
The proposed Local Coastal Program amendment applies only to the approximately twenty-eight (28) parcels along the southwestern segment of Thompson Boulevard between San Jon Road and Santa Cruz Road, as depicted in the Midtown Corridors Development Code regulating plan. The amendment includes changing the zoning designation and associated development standards from existing C-2 and R-3 to the proposed T4.5 and T4.5 Shopfront. The Development Code's provisions, and the City Council's approval thereof, would not take effect in the Coastal Zone area unless and until approved and certified by the California Coastal Commission.
On November 5, 2009, the Coast Commission unanimously approved, with modifications, the City of Ventura Local Coastal Program Amendment related to the Midtown Corridors Development Code.