The Los Angeles City Council Adopts the Warner Center 2035 Plan

Yesterday afternoon the full Los Angeles City Council adopted the Warner Center 2035 Plan unanimously!

The WC2035 Plan is a Specific Plan for the Warner Center that supports the growth of this employment hub as a mixed-use, sustainable, transit- and pedestrian-oriented development.

A big thank you to those of our members on hand to see the Plan that we have worked on for eight years become law. The new Plan will be effective in 41 days.

Councilmember Blumenfield appreciated the work the community and the Citizen’s Advisory Committee put into this Plan, up to the very last moment, and was glad to take this Plan over the finish line. Please see Councilmember Blumenfield’s blog post on the Plan adoption here: http://blumenfield.lacity.org/pressrelease_102313

In advance of the Council hearing, the Daily News also printed a very nice article about the Plan, which may be viewed here: http://www.dailynews.com/government-and-politics/20131022/new-development-plan-for-warner-center-focuses-on-getting-people-out-of-cars

Please also see a brief report regarding the adoption here: http://www.labusinessjournal.com/news/2013/oct/23/l-city-council-oks-warner-center-plan/

The Warner Center Association creates and enhances opportunities and fosters programs for the benefit of Warner Center's business and property owners, and all stakeholders. WCA advocates for pro-business public policies, particularly those affecting land use and business incentives in the Warner Center community.