The following is a wrap-up of the August 21 City Council meeting. You may view the full agenda here or listen to an audio recording here.
In development since 2016, the City’s Parks and Open Space Master Plan was unanimously approved by the City Council at last night’s meeting in a new resolution. As part of the planning process, staff from Community Services, Public Works and Community Development worked closely with GreenPlay to develop a park plan based on input from residents and stakeholders on San Gabriel’s parks, services and programs. After extensive review, the final plan lists four main goals:
Using these four goals as the foundation, the plan also outline ten priority projects, which include:
City Council takes no action on proposed 197-unit senior center After a public hearing about a proposed 197-unit senior center located at the east side of South Gladys Avenue, the City Council took no action on the item, instead directing City staff to prepare a memorandum addressing concerns relating to the assignment provision, parking, density, emergency response, traffic, open space, community benefit and potential uses of the space. To learn more about the proposed development, please click here.