OCEANSIDE: Smart and Sustainable Corridors plan available for review


The Oceanside Pier is pictured at sunset in January 2021. (Photo by Mark Neal via Unsplash)

News Release

A draft of the city of Oceanside’s Smart and Sustainable Corridors Plan (SSCP) is now available for public review and comment.

An important General Plan Update milestone, the plan illustrates how the city can accommodate much of its future housing and employment growth through efficient land use within its major east-west commercial corridors, while enhancing the vibrancy, walkability and visual quality of these corridors.  The SSCP is a precursor to the Smart and Sustainable Corridors Specific Plan, which will establish land use and development standards that promote infill and redevelopment, along with public realm improvements that create “complete” and “green” streets.

City Notes logo.The Planning Division will host a Community Open House for the Smart and Sustainable Corridors Specific Plan on April 19 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at El Corazon Senior Center, 3302 Senior Center Drive in Oceanside.

This in-person Open House will feature rotating stations to allow community members to learn about and give feedback on the SSCP Vision and Guiding Principles, Land Uses, Public Realm and Urban Design, Parks and Open Spaces and Mobility options.

The draft SSCP will be enriched with ideas from the Open House. A virtual survey on SSCP concepts will also be available for all to give feedback in the upcoming weeks.

Check out the Draft Smart and Sustainable Corridors Plan.

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