The Downtown Community Planning Council (DCPC) is the City-recognized Community Planning Group for Downtown San Diego. The 19 member board is made up of residents, business owners, and community organizations who collectively advise the City Council and Planning Department on land use in Downtown.
DCPC board meetings are on the third Wednesday of every month, 5:30PM, in the City Hall 12th floor Committee Room.
Executive Vice Chair
What Does the DCPC Do?
DCPC provides a vehicle for public participation relating to the growth and redevelopment of Downtown San Diego and serves as a communications link between its citizens and the City Council. DCPC also represents Downtown on the citywide Community Planning Committee. DCPC sponsors various community meetings and workshops to seek public input on community matters downtown.
DCPC MEMBERS RESPONSIBILITIES
Once a month the DCPC meets to review development and design proposals, redevelopment plans and programs, development and loan agreements and other downtown development policies and programs. Affordable housing, transportation needs, street lighting, homelessness and social issues are some of the subjects discussed and studied.
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