The Town Center Plan was adopted by the City Council in November 2006 to encourage the revitalization of the Dana Point Town Center. The plan establishes a framework of public improvements that will support private reinvestment and development, while re-balancing activities to encourage a pedestrian friendly environment for shopping, dining, entertainment and the wide range of activities that give meaning and identity to a town center. The California Coastal Commission approved the final plan on September 10, 2008.
The Town Center Newsletter can provide you with the most current information regarding Town Center. Since this newsletter was published, the City has begun the design of the Public Improvements for PCH and Del Prado, Phase I. See PCH/Del Prado Phase I Street Design for the latest progress report. For more information on the overall Town Center Plan, see the Town Center Fact Sheet (PDF), a presentation about future improvements (PDF) in the area, or see the complete Town Center Plan (PDF). The March 2009 Town Center Parking Analysis (PDF) describes current and future parking conditions. If you have more questions about the Town Center Plan, contact Community Development at (949) 248-3563 or sign up for Dana Point's Town Center E-News updates.
Last updated: 3/4/2013 12:39:29 PM