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Midway-Pacific Highway Current Community Plan

 

Zoning and Development Regulations

The City's zoning and development regulations are administered by the Development Services Department. The zoning for properties in the Midway-Pacific Highway community can be found on the City's Zoning Grid Map (see tile 18 for the Midway area and tiles 18, 19, and 15 for the Pacific Highway corridor) or by address search. Portions of the community are subject to the PDF icon Community Plan Implementation Overlay Zone (more information can be found in the current Community Plan's Land Use, Villages and Districts Element). The entire Midway-Pacific Highway community is within the City's PDF icon Coastal Height Limit Overlay Zone, which limits all new development to 30 feet in height and can only be modified through a public vote. More information can be found in City PDF icon Technical Bulletin BLDG-5-4.

Current Community Plan

The Midway-Pacific Highway Community Plan was adopted by the San Diego City Council on September 17, 2018 and certified by the California Coastal Commission on March 7, 2019. 

The community plan can be viewed from the links below:

Final Program Environmental Impact Report for the Current Community Plan

PDF icon Midway-Pacific Highway Community Plan Update REVISED Final Program Environmental Impact Report - May 15, 2018

Midway-Pacific Highway Urban Greening Plan

The Midway-Pacific Highway Urban Greening Plan was prepared with grant funding from the California Strategic Growth Council. The Urban Greening Plan's purpose is to provide recommendations to improve mobility and comfort in the Midway-Pacific Highway community for pedestrians, bicyclists and transit users by making changes to the right of way such as adding green spaces that incorporate storm water improvements and wayfinding signage, and improving pedestrian and bicycle facilities.

PDF icon Midway-Pacific Highway Urban Greening Plan

Former Community Plan

The Midway/Pacific Highway Corridor Community Plan and Local Coastal Program Land Use Plan was adopted May 28, 1991, by the San Diego City Council; and amended by the City Council on July 12, 2010.

This community plan document can be viewed from the links below. 

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