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public://documents/files/Dam_Failure_Inundation.pdf : 438.81 KB
This map was developed by dam owners to fulfill state law requirements. The map is intended for emergency planning purposes and was developed using engineering hydrology principals and represent the best estimate of where the water would flow if the dam completely failed with a full reservoir. The inundation pathway is based on completely emptying the reservoir and does not include run-off from storms.
 
public://Dam_Failure_Inundation.jpg : 209.35 KB
This map was developed by dam owners to fulfill state law requirements. The map is intended for emergency planning purposes and was developed using engineering hydrology principals and represent the best estimate of where the water would flow if the dam completely failed with a full reservoir. The inundation pathway is based on completely emptying the reservoir and does not include run-off from storms.
 
public://documents/files/10070374midcoast_lcp_update.pdf : 408.06 KB

Defines urban/rural boundary as a stable line separating urban areas and rural service centers from rural areas in the Coastal Zone and establish this line on the LCP Land Use Plan Map.

public://documents/files/SMC_Midcoast_LCP_LU.pdf : 585.81 KB

Defines urban/rural boundary as a stable line separating urban areas and rural service centers from rural areas in the Coastal Zone and establish this line on the LCP Land Use Plan Map.

public://SMC_Midcoast_LCP_LU.jpg : 140.36 KB

Defines urban/rural boundary as a stable line separating urban areas and rural service centers from rural areas in the Coastal Zone and establish this line on the LCP Land Use Plan Map.

public://documents/files/montecito_riparian_corridor082013_0.pdf : 3.61 MB
public://Montecito Riparian Corridor 082013.jpg : 212.48 KB
public://documents/files/Montecito Riparian Corridor.pdf : 3.68 MB
public://Montecito Riparian Corridor.jpg : 325.97 KB
public://documents/files/transportation_plan_existing_gen_land_use.pdf : 395.29 KB
Goal: Reduce Traffic Congestion in San Mateo County
  • Improve mobility.
  • Reduce congestion.
  • Increase access.
  • Improve air quality.
  • Increase economic vitality.
  • Improve the coordination of land use and transportation planning.
  • Increase reliability.
  • Increase safety.

 

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