Note: The Sea-Level Rise Adaptation Plan Subcommittee meeting schedule can be found here.
Please note that due to the need to focus on the community's COVID-19 response, the release of the Draft Sea-Level Rise Adaptation Plan and associated public outreach and comment period have been temporarily postponed.
Tuesday, January 14, 2020
City Hall, Council Chambers (second floor)
735 Anacapa Street
Agendas, Council Agenda Reports, and videos for Council meetings available here.
The purpose of this hearing is for the Council to receive an informational presentation on the City's potential vulnerabilities to hazards associated with sea-level rise and the City's sea-level rise adaptation planning process. This is the first of three Council meetings regarding the Sea-Level Rise Adaptation Plan planned for this year.
Wednesday, December 5, 2018, 6:00pm-8:00pm
Louise Lowry Davis Center
1232 De La Vina Street
This was the first of the Sea-Level Rise Adaptation Plan public workshop series. The focus of the workshop was the Draft Sea-Level Rise Vulnerability Assessment, which identifies the areas of the City that are at risk from sea-level rise and the related hazards through the year 2100, without any intervention. The Sea-Level Rise Vulnerability Assessment will inform the forthcoming Sea-Level Rise Adaptation Plan, which will evaluate various strategies to respond to the impacts identified in the Sea-Level Rise Vulnerability Assessment.
This workshop began with a formal presentation of the impacts identified in the Draft Sea-Level Rise Vulnerability Assessment, then included a group question and answer session, and concluded with an informal period where members of the public directly interacted with staff and viewed poster boards that included information on the Sea-Level Rise Adaptation Plan process, the draft Sea-Level Rise Vulnerability Assessment maps, and the types of strategies that were explored to address the impacts identified in the Sea-Level Rise Vulnerability Assessment.