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Bryant Ranch Shopping Center Owner Seeks Signatures to Add Housing Units to Development

The City has been receiving inquiries from residents regarding an ongoing signature-gathering effort that they have observed taking place around retail establishments in the City and going door-to-door in Yorba Linda neighborhoods. This article is intended to provide facts and information to residents about this effort. The ownership of the Bryant Ranch Shopping Center have

2023-11-30T14:25:08-08:00November 30th, 2023|

City of Yorba Linda Completes First Community Workshop Series on Resident-Driven 2021-2029 Housing Element: Recap and Recording

The City of Yorba Linda has completed its first series of community workshops covering the resident-driven revisions to the 2021-2029 Housing Element. Spanning five workshops over September to October, hundreds of city residents actively participated in these events, contributing their insights and feedback to the proposed Housing Element Update. A range of in-person and virtual

2023-10-25T12:39:53-07:00October 20th, 2023|

City of Yorba Linda Hosts Virtual Q&A Webinar on Resident-Driven 2021-2029 Housing Element: Recap and Recording

The City of Yorba Linda hosted the first event of its Housing Element workshop series on Thursday, September 14 with a Virtual Q&A session. The Zoom-hosted session empowered residents to delve into the resident-driven recommendations for the 2021-2029 Housing Element. The City is steadfast in its mission to preserve the unique quality of life enjoyed

2023-09-28T10:24:41-07:00September 15th, 2023|

City of Yorba Linda Proceeds with Resident-Driven 2021-2029 Housing Element Update: Public Workshops Announced

The City of Yorba Linda has announced a rigorous public engagement process to receive feedback on the resident-driven 2021-2029 Housing Element Update. The Housing Element, a state-mandated process to update residential zoning to meet state requirements, plays a critical role in future housing development in the City of Yorba Linda. The current draft version of

2023-08-29T17:20:08-07:00August 29th, 2023|

City-Supported Lawsuit to Reduce State Housing Mandate Loses in Court

The Orange County Council of Governments (OCCOG) has lost its lawsuit challenging the California Department of Housing and Community Development’s process for distributing future housing units in Southern California. As a member of OCCOG, the City of Yorba Linda joined this lawsuit in the City’s ongoing efforts to retain local control on housing policy matters.

2023-09-01T13:15:37-07:00August 17th, 2023|

City Council Supports Resident-Driven Housing Element Recommendations

On a unanimous vote, the Yorba Linda City Council directed staff to rely on a resident-driven series of recommendations to advance the City’s 2023-2029 Housing Element. The recommendations were detailed in a report (PDF) produced by the Yorba Linda Housing Policy Resident Working Group, an assembly of 17 residents from across Yorba Linda who collaborated

2023-09-01T13:11:07-07:00July 24th, 2023|
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