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Umbrellas at Ventura Aquatics Center

 

As one of the initial steps in implementing the “infill first” strategy of the 2005 Ventura General Plan, the City embarked upon a comprehensive planning process to ensure mixed uses, connectivity and fully walkable neighborhoods that integrate mobility, green spaces, and civic amenities.

Montalvo

Land Use Changes Proposed for Montalvo Area

Invitation to provide feedback on proposed land use regulations

 

The Montalvo community was officially incorporated into the City of Ventura in September 2012.  Along with changes to water, trash, fire and police services, Montalvo property owners were also affected by land use regulations (General Plan and zoning) changing from County of Ventura to City of Ventura.

Montalvo residents have expressed concern regarding these land use changes, and as an effort to address these concerns, the City of Ventura is proposing changes to land use designations for many of the properties in the Montalvo area.

At a community meeting on Oct. 28, 2014, City planners presented proposed changes to the Victoria Avenue Corridor Plan, Zoning Ordinance, and the General Plan.  Download the presentation here (PDF).

Please direct questions to Scott Kolwitz, Principal Planner at 805-658-4755

Past public meetings and workshops held regarding the annexation of Montalvo area:

July 18, 2012 Ventura Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCo) Meeting

March 19, 2012 City Council Meeting

March 6, 2012 Planning Commission Meeting

January 31, 2012 Community Workshop Powerpoint presentation

Victoria Avenue Corridor Plan & Development Code 

 

Victoria Avenue Development Code Chapters

 

 

Saticoy and Wells

     New!    June 27, 2013 Feasibility Study for Unincorporated Saticoy Meeting

Before the next adoption of its Housing Element the City must include an analysis of infrastructure needs or deficiencies for Unincorporated Saticoy, adjacent to the City of Ventura and within the city's sphere of influence.  Saticoy was one of two disadvantaged unincorporated communities (DUC's) identified in Ventura County by Ventura Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCo).

For more information contact Jeff Lambert, Community Development Director at (805) 658-4723, jlambert@cityofventura.net

Feasibility Study Pursuant to Senate Bill 244 for Unincorporated Saticoy
 

On November 16, 2009, the City Council adopted the 2009 Final Draft of the Saticoy & Wells Community Plan, Development Code and Final Environmental Impact Report.

Saticoy & Wells Project Documents

Saticoy & Wells Code Chapters 

 

Parklands Project

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