You can use this tool to see if sb50 will wipe out your neighborhood.

All areas that are defined by sb50 are the same areas as passage of sb330 will remove ALL HEIGHT RESTRICTIONS.

 

High Density Opportunity Map

The map above is provided by HCD (Dept of Housing & Community Development).  sb50 will impact the areas designated as "High Resource" with the most density, removal of height restrictions and minimum parking space requirements.   You can click on the map to locate your neighborhood.

Please read Dr. Peter Anderson's , Chairperson of the Sierra Club in San Diego Review of sb50 here.

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Hon. Senator McQuire, Moorlach, Beall, Hertzberg, Hurtado, & Neilson

I'm a California resident, and I'm against sb50 from being implemented in my neighborhood.
Please log my opposition to this bill.

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SB50 Bill Analysis- Senator Wiener's Legis.gov Analysis

Controversial State Bill Pushing Construction of Taller, Denser Housing Moves Forward  On 4/2/19, sb50 passed its first committee hurdle.

Poll: 60% in favor of sb50

 

sb50 changes height, density, and floor area ratios for TPAs & Jobs Rich areas:
65918.53.

(a) A residential development Any transit-rich or jobs-rich housing project that meets the criteria specified in Section 65918.52 shall receive, upon request, an equitable communities incentive as follows:

(1)Any eligible applicant shall receive the following:

(A)

(1) A waiver from maximum controls on density.

(B)

(2) A waiver from maximum minimum automobile parking requirements greater than 0.5 automobile parking spots per unit.

(C)

(3) Up to three incentives and concessions pursuant to subdivision (d) of Section 65915.

(2)

(b) An eligible applicant proposing a residential development that is located within a one-half mile radius, but outside a one-quarter mile radius, of a major transit stop and includes no less than ____ percent affordable housing unitsshall receive, in addition to the incentives specified in paragraph (1), subdivision (a), waivers from all of the following:

(A)

(1) Maximum height requirements less than 45 feet.

(B)

(2) Maximum FAR requirements less than 2.5.

(C)

(3) Notwithstanding subparagraph (B) of paragraph (1), any maximum automobile parking requirement.

(3)

(c) An eligible applicant proposing a residential development that is located within a one-quarter mile radius of a major transit and includes no less than ____ percent affordable housing units stop shall receive, in addition to the incentives specified in paragraph (1), subdivision (a), waivers from all of the following:

(A)

(1) Maximum height requirements less than 55 feet.

(B)

(2) Maximum FAR requirements less than 3.25.

(C)

(3) Notwithstanding subparagraph (B) of paragraph (1), (1) of subdivision (b), any maximum minimum automobile parking requirement.

(4)

(d) Notwithstanding any other law, for purposes of calculating any additional incentive or concession in accordance with Section 65915, the number of units in the residential development after applying the equitable communities incentive received pursuant to this chapter shall be used as the base density for calculating the incentive or concession under that section.

(5)

(e) An eligible applicant proposing a project that meets all of the requirements under Section 65913.4 may submit an application for streamlined, ministerial approval in accordance with that section.

(b)

(f) The local government may modify or expand the terms of an equitable communities incentive provided pursuant to this chapter, provided that the equitable communities incentive is consistent with, and meets the minimum standards specified in, this chapter.
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