Timeline/Schedule

GPAC Meetings  / Community Input  - Each month for next 18 months (as needed)

Public Hearings / Workshops for public input (December 2018)

Develop and distribute Request for Proposal (January 2019)

Consultant Interviews and Selection (February 2019)

Land Use Plan / Zoning Ordinance / General Plan /  Local Coastal Plan draft – (February 2020 – approximately 1 year)

Environmental Impact Report (November 2021)

Public Hearings – Planning Commission, City Council, Coastal Commission (Early to mid 2022)

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1. What is a General Plan?
2. Why is the city updating the Local Coastal Program now?
3. What is a Local Coastal Plan?
4. Timeline/Schedule
5. The predictions show that significant flodding and tidal inundation won't happen in the short term. Why does adaptation need to be established now?
6. How certain are the predictions?
7. Why is sea level rise important to Pismo Beach?
8. What is Vulnerability Assessment?
9. Who will pay for sea level rise adaptation projects?
10. How will input from the community be used in sea level rise planning locally?
11. Where can I find information about sea level rise predictions and associated coastal hazards?