Peninsula Community Planning Board
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April 24, 2013
- 1 vacancy for term that expires in March 2015
- 1 vacancy for term that expires in March 2014.
Requirements for those interested in becoming a Board Member:
The PCPB meets on the third Thursday of each month and has various sub-committees that also meet on a regular basis.
The application for Board membership is available on the PCPB website Election Page. Applications should be submitted by Thursday, May 9, 2013.
Questions may be sent to Julia Quinn at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Peninsula Community Planning Board is a Community Planning Group citizen organization that advises the City of San Diego on land use-based community goals and development proposals. PCPB is established in conformance with City policies and are "recognized" to provide official recommendations to the City.
The Peninsula Community Planning area encompasses about 4,409 acres (approximately 7 square miles) and is bounded by the Ocean Beach community (split off and founded in 1975) and the Pacific Ocean on the west and south, The San Diego River Flood Control Channel and the Midway community on the north, and San Diego Bay and Port tidelands on the east.
The Peninsula community is a highly urbanized community, comprised of a number of relatively distinct residential neighborhoods including: Ocean Beach Highlands, Point Loma Highlands, Loma Alta, Loma Palisades, Loma Portal, Fleetridge, Roseville, Sunset Cliffs, Wooded Area, La Playa, Roseville and the former Naval Training Center renamed Liberty Station.