The County of Orange has embarked on a comprehensive update to its Zoning Code to incorporate sustainable policies and best management practices. The updated Zoning Code is intended to achieve a new standard of sustainability and flexibility that will accommodate future technological advances.
As the County moves forward through this process, residents, business owners, community groups, advocacy groups, and stakeholders are welcome to participate in the process. Community workshops will be held over the next several months to provide information regarding the “Orange is the New Green” Zoning Code Update. During these workshops, County staff will be on hand to provide information and answer questions. If you are interested in attending one of these upcoming community workshops, please see the schedule below.
The County welcomes your input and invites comments on the proposed revisions. To view and/or download the draft Zoning Code Update, please use the links below. Please submit your comments to: OCZoningCode@ocpw.ocgov.com. If you prefer, written comments can be submitted to: OC Development Services/Planning, Attn: Joanna Chang, 300 North Flower Street, P.O. Box 4018, Santa Ana, CA 92702.
If you have any questions regarding the “Orange is the New Green” Zoning Code Update, please contact:
Following a comprehensive Outreach Program implemented by the County over the past several months and consideration of all comments received, the Second Draft of the proposed Zoning Code Update is now available for a 30-day review and comment period what will conclude on November 30, 2018. For your convenience, the First Draft released in April 2018 continues to be available as well. At the conclusion of this review and comment period and after consideration of all comments received, the Final Draft of the Zoning Code Update will be prepared and submitted for consideration by the Orange County Planning Commission and the Orange County Board of Supervisors.
Public comments received as of October 18, 2018 can be viewed by clicking here.
FIRST DRAFT OF PROPOSED ZONING CODE UPDATE (APRIL 2018)
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