NORTH GLENDALE'S VISION FOR ITS FUTURE
“We value and embrace a rural suburban lifestyle which allows us to live and work close
to nature, offers unique and varied neighborhood-based shopping opportunities, quality
schools, a variety of recreational opportunities and recognizes our connection to the
mountains, neighboring communities, and our history. We seek to protect open space,
advocate sustainable development, preserve and enhance neighborhood character,
provide transportation options and balance land uses.”
The North Glendale Community Plan is the official guide to development within the neighborhoods and commercial districts of the La Crescenta and Montrose areas of Glendale. It is intended to shape positive community change and foster sustainable land use patterns, while balancing the unique character of the community with citywide policies and regional initiatives.
North Glendale Community Plan - Adopted 11/29/2011 (32MB)
Cover, Table of Contents, Chapter 1 and 2
Chapter 3 - Principles
Chapter 4 - Places
Chapter 5 - Policy Framework
On December 9, 2008 the Glendale City Council authorized a one-year public participation program to develop recommendations for the Community Plan.
Following City Council direction, the Planning Department assembled a North Glendale Community Plan Advisory Committee (NGAC) to serve until the completion of the North Glendale Community Plan. The NGAC consists of individuals representing a variety of interest groups and City Board and Commission members. The majority of members are from the plan area, including those that attended and expressed interest in being advisory group members at our outreach meetings. This group is responsible for providing recommendations to Council on topics where community opinion appears unclear or divided. The Committee began meeting on August 3, 2009.
Meetings and Related Documents
Draft Plans and Related Material
For questions or comments please contact:
Alan Loomis, Principal Urban Designer, at email@example.com or 818.937.8166
Laura Stotler, Principal Planner, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 818.937.8158
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