Zephyr, The Robert Green Company and all the team members involved in this project feel a tremendous sense of responsibility to the community.
Per the City of Del Mar guidelines, the CPP process is now a two-step approach. As we begin the process, our first meetings will focus on feedback from you, the community. We’ll meet with residents to talk about the community impacts and public amenities under consideration, solicit input on architectural styles and collaborate with you on ideas.
Following this first series of meetings, we’ll assemble the information and feedback provided by residents, and develop plans which will then be presented to the community for discussion. Below, you’ll find more information about the first series of meetings. More information about the second series of meetings will be released once the first round has been completed.
Community Meetings #1
Sat. May 6 and Sat. May 13, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Two community events will be held at the parcel of land overlooking North Beach in Del Mar at the corner of Camino Del Mar and Border Avenue at 929 Border Avenue.
Residents and community members are invited to attend any time between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. to visit one-on-one with the developers, architects and planning experts to learn about the project and provide ideas and input on public amenities being considered, including walking trails, a park, improved access to North Beach and public parking. Exhibits showcasing different architectural styles that might fit into the community will be on display for feedback.
Onsite parking will be provided for the event. Attendees are encouraged to wear appropriate footwear and look for event parking signs and monitors.
Residents who cannot attend one of the two community meetings are invited to share their comments by emailing email@example.com