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Resolution No. 2019-37: Amending the Local Coastal Program Implementation Plan to <br />Include Balboa Village Parking Management Overlay District (PA2017-046) <br />April 9, 2019 <br />Page 2 <br />FUNDING REQUIREMENTS: <br />There is no fiscal impact related to this item. <br />DISCUSSION: <br />Background: <br />On January 13, 2015, the City Council adopted Ordinance No. 2014-20, which <br />established the Balboa Village Overlay District in Title 20 (NBMC Section <br />20.28.030(D)(1)). Staff inserted the new code language into the City's draft LCP, as part <br />of the submittal package in receiving a certified Local Coastal Program, and submitted it <br />to the Coastal Commission. On September 8, 2016, the Coastal Commission approved <br />the City's LCP but deleted the Overlay District. The Coastal Commission determined <br />there was not sufficient information or time to adopt a parking management plan as part <br />of the LCP. However, the Coastal Commission indicated that the City could provide all <br />the necessary information to establish the Overlay District in Balboa Village through a <br />future LCP Amendment. <br />The proposed Amendment addresses the Coastal Commission's issues that prompted <br />the removal of the Overlay District from the certified LCP. <br />The Overlav District <br />The proposed amendment would incorporate the basic components of the Overlay District <br />that are in the Zoning Code into the certified LCP Implementation Plan. The Overlay <br />District affects properties within Balboa Village between Adams Street and A Street and <br />modifies off-street parking requirements as follows: <br />Eliminates Required, Off-street Parking for Most Commercial Uses. The <br />Overlay District eliminates the off-street parking requirement for new or expanded <br />uses, with the exception of these specified uses that generate a high demand for <br />parking: <br />Land Use Category <br />Examples <br />Assembly/Meeting <br />Facilities <br />Conference/convention facilities, meeting halls, places of <br />worship, and yacht clubs <br />Commercial Recreation <br />and Entertainment <br />Arcades, amusement parks, billiard parlors/pool halls, <br />cinemas, and theaters <br />Cultural Institutions <br />Museums and libraries <br />Marine Services Uses <br />Boat yards, entertainment/excursions, and marine service <br />stations <br />Residential Uses <br />Sin le/Two/Multi-family dwelling units and mixed-use. <br />Schools <br />Art/Dance/music, business/vocational, and professional <br />Visitor Accommodations <br />Bed and breakfast inns, hotels, motels, and time shares. <br />13-2 <br />