Timeline of Marin County's certified Local Coastal Plan and the recent amendment process.
The process for amending the Local Coastal Plan began in 2008.
Planning Commission public workshops for communities in the Marin County Coastal Zone concerning the amendments to the Local Coastal Program (LCP) began in 2009.
Draft Local Coastal Program Amendments (LCPA) published for public review by Marin County Development Agency.
Marin County Planning Commission conduct public hearings on Draft Local Coastal Program Amendments (LCPA)
Marin County Planning Commission held a series of public hearings to consider proposed amendments to Local Coastal Program.
Planning Commission approved the draft LCPA which includes Land Use Plan (LUP) and Implementation Plan (IP).
Marin County Board of Supervisors conduct public hearings on Draft Local Coastal Program Amendments (LCPA)
The Marin County Board of Supervisors approved an amended Land Use Plan (LCP) and Implementation Plan (IP), which were substantially different from what the County Planning Commission approved in 2012.
The Coastal Commission worked closely with Marin County to resolve differences between the County’s submission and the Commission staff’s proposed modifications.
The Coastal Commission deemed the County’s submission Local Coastal Plan Amendments (LCPA) complete after the County submitted additional requested information.
The Coastal Commission released staff reports on May 2 and an addendum on May 14th, prior to their May 15, 2014 hearing.
Coastal Commission conditionally certified Land Use Plan (LUP) in a well-attended public hearing in Inverness, CA. The Coastal Commission had bifurcated the LUP and the IP.
Marin County Development Agency schedules C-SMART (Sea-Level Marin Adaptation Response Team) public meetings.
Public meetings held October, 28th, 29th, and 30th in Inverness, Stinson Beach, and Tomales.
Coastal Commission staff released a draft set of suggested modifications to the Implementation Plan (IP) Amendments containing hundreds of proposed changes from the version adopted by the Marin County Board of Supervisors.
Coastal Commission staff published reports detailing suggested modifications.
Coastal Commission considered the proposed Implementation Plan (IP) Update in a well-attended hearing in San Rafael, CA. Coastal Commission staff recommended approval of the proposed IP Update, subject to staff modifications to ensure the IP conformed with the conditionally certified LUP.
However, Marin County withdrew the proposed IP Update at the hearing before the Coastal Commission could take action.
Marin County Local Coastal Planning Department staff revised both the conditionally certified Land Use Plan (LUP) and Implementation Plan (IP) Update.
Marin County C-SMART workshops held in Point Reyes Station and Stinson Beach, CA
Marin County Board of Supervisors held a public hearing on the recently revised LCPA updates.
Marin County Planning Department submitted a portion of the revised LCPA to the Coastal Commission.
Additional C-SMART workshop held in Stinson Beach, CA
Marin County Board of Supervisors allows the conditionally certified Land Use Plan to expire.
Marin County Planning staff revised both the Land Use Plan (LUP) and the Implementation Plan (IP)
Marin County Board of Supervisors adopted recently revised Land Use Plan (LUP) and Implementation Plan (IP) and submitted to the Coastal Commission for certification.
Marin County Planning Department transmitted a second package of LCP Update materials to the Coastal Commission staff.
Marin County Planning Department transmitted additional information to the Coastal Commission staff intending to complete their submission.
Coastal Commission deemed Marin County's Local Coastal Plan Amendment submission as complete and begins work on the staff report.
Marin County Planning Department transmits missing Sea-Level Rise maps to Coastal Commission staff. As of August 9, 2016 the Sea-Level Rise Maps are not posted for public review on the Marin County website.
Coastal Commission staff requests time extension for action on the Marin County Local Coastal Plan
The Commission approved the proposed amendments to the LUP and the IP with the exception of the Environmental Hazards sections, if modified as suggested.