Margarita Area and
Airport Area Annexation Information
On May 1, 2007, the City Council
Resolution #9896 authorizing an application to the Local Agency
Formation Commission for annexation of 620 acres of land in the
Margarita Area and Airport Area.
A map showing the
proposed boundaries for this phase of the annexation can be
This web page will
serve as a repository for all of the information associated with the
annexation process including background information, staff reports and
public comment. This web page will also include notification of
public hearings and other key dates in the process. The documents
listed below are available for review now and include detailed
information about the annexation areas, such as zoning, allowed uses,
development standards, and design guidelines.
The Local Agency
Formation Commission has accepted the City's application for annexation
of the Airport Area and Margarita Area. The boundary map and legal
description has been accepted as complete and accurate and the LAFCO
hearing is schedule for April 17, 2008. For more information,
follow this link to LAFCO.
Annexation Related Information
City Council Resolution No. 9896
Council Agenda Report (5-1-2007)
Planning Commission Agenda Report (3-28-07)
Initial Study and Mitigated Negative Declaration of Environmental Impact
City Council Agenda Report (2-20-07)
Proposed Annexation Boundaries
Answers to Frequently Asked Questions
Margarita Area Specific Plan and
Airport Area Specific Plan and
EIR for the Airport Area & Margarita Area Specific Plans:
This final environmental impact report (EIR) identifies and assesses the
anticipated environmental impacts of the City's proposed Airport Area
and Margarita Area Specific Plans and related facilities plans,
including the Water System Master Plan, Wastewater Master Plan Update,
and Storm Drain Master Plan.
contains the full text of the draft EIR, with minor changes shown as
text that is
struck out (deleted) or underlined
(added) in response to comments or for clarification purposes.
No Property Owner Fees Associated With Annexation
Please remember that there are no fees
associated with the first phase of this annexation process. The City of
San Luis Obispo is covering all of the processing costs associated with
this one-time “group” annexation. And, there are no required
infrastructure or “buy-in” fees until new development is proposed (and
even then, fees are only based on new floor area). If you have any
questions about costs associated with future development, you are
encouraged to contact us.
For questions about
annexation please contact: Kim Murry, Deputy Director, at (805) 781-7274 (email@example.com).