The Dana Point Planning Commission is a decision-making body tasked with reviewing matters related to planning and development in the City. The Commission consists of five members, and all are appointed by the City Council.
Typical projects reviewed by the Planning Commission include applications for new development, proposed changes in zoning or the text of the Municipal Code, as well as review of proposed subdivisions of land. The Commission is also responsible for making recommendations to the City Council, such as whether to enter into a Mills Act Contract with a property owner or whether a project or action would be consistent with the General Plan. For more information regarding the Planning Commission, see Section 2.07 of the Dana Point Municipal Code.
The City of Dana Point Planning Commission meets the second and fourth Mondays of each month at 6:00 pm in the City Council Chamber. For a listing of recent or upcoming Planning Commission items and agendas, use the following links, or contact the Planning Division at 949-248-3563 or via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Planning Commission Links:
Follows is a listing of the City’s current Planning Commissioners as well as the expiration date of their current term.
|Roy Dohner||Chair||Term expires March 2019|
|Mary Opel||Vice-Chair||Term expires March 2021|
|Scott McKhann||Commissioner||Term expires March 2021|
|Eric A. Nelson||Commissioner||Term expires March 2019|
|Danni Murphy||Commissioner||Term expires March 2019|
For information regarding Planning Commission vacancies, please contact Kathy Ward (City Clerk) at 949-248-3505 or visit the City Clerk’s Department online.