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Goleta Beach County Park Project
In October 2011, the County Community Services Department submitted applications to the County Planning and Development Department (P&D) for a Development Plan and Coastal Development Permit for a project aimed at protecting Goleta Beach County Park from erosion and storm damage.
The County park provides valuable coastal-dependent and coastal-related recreation to over 1.5 million visitors annually. The proposed project serves to protect facilities at the heavily used park by permanently retaining approximately 1,200 linear feet of existing buried rock revetments. Retention of the existing revetments is based on the insignificant adverse impacts to coastal processes at Goleta Beach County Park and down-coast beaches in the foreseeable future as noted in the Environmental Impact Report (EIR) completed in 2014, and the beneficial impacts that retention of the revetment would have on continued public use of the beach and upland park facilities. No additional physical alterations would occur at Goleta Beach as part of this project, and no additional shoreline protection would be installed.
Permit Application Numbers: 11DVP-00000-00016 & 11CDP-00000-00069
The California Coastal Commission has found the CDP application complete for processing. A press release on this matter can be found here. We will update the web page once a hearing date is confirmed.
In response to a second determination by the CCC staff of an incomplete application on October 27, 2014, the County has resubmitted the CDP application with the requested additional information. Download the resubmitted application and project plans.
In response to a determination by the CCC staff of an incomplete application on May 28, 2014, the County has resubmitted the CDP application with the requested additional information. Download the resubmitted application and attachments (here).
At the March 18, 2014 hearing, the Board of Supervisors voted 5.0 to direct staff to submit a Coastal Development Permit application to the California Coastal Commission to request the permanent retention of the 1,200 feet of unpermitted rock revetment in place. (Meeting Details)
For a short informational video on the history and purpose of the Goleta Beach project, please click on the following link: http://youtu.be/6Z0FYjh4a50
Resubmitted Application and Attachments (September 2014)
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