The project includes an amendment of the City’s Zoning Ordinance that serves to activate the Artesia and Aviation Corridors Plan Area (AACAP) and require future
development to be consistent with the intent, standards, and design guidelines of the AACAP. Additional specific Zoning Ordinance amendments are proposed to
resolve inconsistencies between the standards and guidelines within the AACAP and some existing sections of the Redondo Beach Zoning Ordinance. Adopted by
Resolution No. CC-2010-074 on December 8. 2020, the AACAP provides a vision and actions for future growth and development in the approximately 82-acre Plan
Area. The purpose of the AACAP is to create a working document that consolidates the recommendations generated from prior revitalization efforts focused on the
Plan Area and identify policy approaches and explicit actions that can bo used by City staff or property owners to activate, energize, and revitalize the Corridors in a
coordinated and consistent manner. The AACAP is intended to serve as a tool to inform the City’s strategic planning efforts, an interdepartmental strategy document
that helps outline partnerships needed to accomplish a particular objective, and a companion document to the City’s General Plan and Zoning Ordinance.