The area comprised of Princeton, Pillar Point Harbor and the Half Moon Bay Airport is the visitor-serving and industrial hub of the Midcoast. The County is undertaking a comprehensive planning update for the Princeton area to update existing land use plans, development polices and zoning regulations. Project planner is Summer Burlison, firstname.lastname@example.org
Project Timeline - Scope of Work - Public Participation Program -
Coastal Act Background & Requirements
Phase 1, Community Visioning Report, Oct 2013
Phase 2, Existing Conditions Report, May 2014
Phase 3, Alternatives Workbook, Sept 2014 (MCC comments)
Phase 4, Preferred Plan & Policy Framework Mar 2015 - Presentation
July 2015 presentation to Planning Commission
MCC 10/28/15 comments - map - attachment
Committee for Green Foothills comments 10/29/15
Public outreach resumes early 2016 with Draft Plan.
Airport Plan Updates
For info on recent updates of the Half Moon Bay Airport Land Use Compatibility Plan (ALUCP) and the HMB Airport Layout Plan, see Airport page.
2012 Zoning Ordinances
A-O Airport Overlay District
M-1 - light industrial District (airport & west of Airport St.)
W - Waterfront District - marine-related light industrial
CCR - Coastside Commercial Recreation District
Midcoast Land Use Plan
Pillar Point & Marsh
Online GIS System - graphic map interface to parcels and related info.
Local Coastal Program (LCP)
1986 Princeton Area Study
2010 CA Coastal Trail Pillar Point to Mirada Surf
Princeton Shoreline Development
MCC Overview Presentation 10/8/14
Princeton Shoreline Erosion & Armoring
12/9/15 Midcoast Shoreline Armoring presentation
5/29/13 Pillar Point Harbor Shoreline Erosion presentation
4/25/12 MCC Letter to Supervisor Horsley
See also: Harbor/Shoreline Issues Page
2007 Harbor Dredge Material Preliminary Evaluation
2003 Princeton Shoreline Trail Alternatives
2002 Broadway beach access concept plan
2002 Vassar beach access concept plan
2001 Princeton Shoreline Protection Study (18mb)
Midcoast Light Industrial Zoning
4/25/12 MCC presentation.
2009 MCC letter asked for updated M-1 zoning regulations.