City Council will meet during a regular council meeting on October 1, 2019, on or after 4 p.m. (100 Santa Rosa Avenue) the Urgency Ordinance Resilient City Combining District Amendment for Mobile Home Park Closures.
The proposed urgency ordinance amendment would add a new subsection ‘J’ to Section 20-28.100 (Resilient City Combining District) to address the preparation and process of a relocation impact report (also known as a mobile home park closure report) for mobile home parks that were severely impacted by the Tubbs & Nuns Fires of October 2017. The amendments represent a modified, streamlined version of the standard requirements for closure report processing as set forth in City Code Chapter 6-67 (Mobile Home Conversions).
The purpose of the Resilient City Combining District amendment is to address the unique circumstances resulting from the October 2017 Fires which caused mobile home parks or portions thereof to become uninhabitable. The amendments would allow a closure process in compliance with State law and the City Codes albeit in an expeditious manner such that closure of the site may begin without further delay.
The purpose of this meeting to receive public comment and recommendations prior to Council acting on the requested applications. Santa Rosa residents are encouraged to submit written correspondence if they are unable to attend the meeting to:
100 Santa Rosa Ave., Room 3
Santa Rosa, CA 95404
For questions regarding this ordinance, contact:
Clare Hartman, Deputy Director – Planning
(707) 543-3185 or email@example.com
The Staff Report and Attachments will be available at srcity.org/council at least 72 hours prior to this meeting.