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Skyline Park Neighborhood

In September 2008 the City of Fullerton Community Development Department received a letter from a resident in the Skyline Park neighborhood. The letter requested that City staff hold a community meeting and provide the neighborhood with information regarding the potential to rezone Skyline Park to include a preservation overlay zone (e.g., rezone property from “R-1-7.2” to “R-1-7.2P”).

On January 15, 2009 the City held an informational meeting at Hillcrest Park. The presentation slides can be found at the following link:

January 15, 2008 Skyline Park Information Meeting

Handouts were also provided at the meeting, including excerpts of the Fullerton Municipal Code. The Code handouts are provided here in a PDF format:

Procedures for establishing a Preservation Overlay Zone This handout identifies the Code’s procedures to follow for changing the neighborhood’s “R-1-7.2” zoned property to “R-1-7.2P” zone.

Additional Development Standards applicable to Preservation Overlay Zones This handout identifies the Code’s procedures, additional regulations, and criteria for reviewing a construction proposal in a preservation zone.

Staff also distributed documents related to the preservation zone, including the following:

Design Guidelines for Residential Preservation Zones This document provides the guidelines uses to consider the design of construction proposals in preservation zones.

Fullerton Through the Years (CD) Staff made available a CD copy of Fullerton Through the Years. This document is the City’s historic building survey, which identifies buildings and neighborhoods throughout the City that are of cultural value. This document establishes the context under which the Skyline Park neighborhood has an historical connection to the development of the City.

Per the City Code, a rezone of the neighborhood will only be initiated by staff after a petition indicating support of the rezone is submitted with signatures of at least 51% of the property owners. If the rezone process is initiated, a survey will be distributed to all property owners by City staff, followed by public hearings before the Planning Commission and City Council.

If you would like more information regarding the Skyline Park preservation overlay, please feel free to Jay Eastman, Senior Planner, at (714) 738-6549, or by e-mail at jaye@ci.fullerton.ca.us.

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