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Posted on: January 29, 2019

Review proposed changes in Humboldt County’s Zoning Ordinance to Implement 2017 General Plan

County of Humboldt - The Home of the Redwoods Seal

Humboldt County is considering amendments to the Humboldt County Zoning Ordinance for the areas outside the Coastal Zone to implement the 2017 Humboldt County General Plan.  A series of public workshops to discuss these proposed changes will be held in the coming weeks as listed below:

  • McKinleyville Municipal Advisory Committee Wednesday, January 30th 6:00pm

McKinleyville Middle School, 2285 Central Ave. McKinleyville

  • Redway Elementary School Tuesday, February 5h 6:30pm

344 Humboldt Ave, Redway

  • Freshwater Community Hall Wednesday, February 6th 6:30pm

49 Grange Road, Freshwater

  • Westhaven Fire Hall  Thursday February 7th 6:30pm

446 6th Ave, Westhaven

  • Bayside Community Hall, Monday, February 11th 6:30 pm

2297 Jacoby Creek Road, Bayside

  • Greenpoint School Wednesday, February 13th 6:30 pm

180 Valkensar Lane, Blue Lake (Redwood Valley)

  • Trinity Valley Elementary School Friday, February 15th 6:30 pm

730 State Highway 96, Willow Creek

The draft zoning ordinance amendments, supporting background materials and a listing of these meetings are available on the county’s website. All members of the public are encouraged to attend the workshop.

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For more information regarding the workshop or the proposed changes to the Humboldt County zoning regulations, please contact Michael Richardson at 707-268-3723,          

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