Westside Specific Plan

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Introduction

The Westside area, also known as Old Town, is an area bordered on the west by Interstate 5 and the east by Roosevelt Avenue stretching from W. Plaza Boulevard south to W. 24th Street. During the early development of National City, small single family homes were constructed in Old Town. Many of these early homes constructed around the turn of the century still remain. After World War II, to encourage economic development, industrial uses were permitted in the area. 

In an interest to resolve the conflicting land uses, the community encouraged the City to develop the Westside Specific Plan.  The Council embarked on the preparation of the Westside Specific Plan in 2005 to comprehensively address environmental and land use issues, leading to this plan that reflects residents’ aspirations for their community.  This Specific Plan was prepared to address concerns of the impact of incompatible land uses expressed by the community at numerous City Council meetings and at several community workshops.

 

Westside Specific Plan Facts:

Land Use Designations (PDF)
Non-conforming uses, Amortization & Grandfathering (PDF)

How will my property be affected?

For existing and proposed zoning designations for properties located within the Westside Specific Plan Area, please consult the Table of Zoning Changes (PDF)

Documents:

Westside Specific Plan - full document

Westside Specific Plan Environmental Impact Report
Technical Appendices are available on CD. Please contact the Planning Division for additional information.

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