Urban Limit Line Review

Background

In 1990, Contra Costa County voters approved the Urban Limit Line (ULL), which limits urban development to certain areas of the County and helps to preserve farmland and open space. In 2006 County voters passed Measure L, which extended the term of the ULL through 2026 and required a 2016 review to determine whether enough capacity existed inside the ULL to accommodate jobs and housing growth through 2036.

Public Meetings

Board of Supervisor's Meeting - December 20, 2017
Board Order
Attachment A: Urban Limit Line Map (PDF)
Attachment B: Measure L Voter Information Pamphlet (PDF)
Attachment C: Board Order February 2, 2016 (PDF)
Attachment D: Urban Limit Line Power Point Presentation (PDF)
Attachment E: Public Meeting Sign-in Sheets (PDF)
Attachment Fax: Beacon Report (PDF)
Attachment G: Housing Affordability (PDF)
Attachment H: Transportation Network and Growth Capacity (PDF)
Attachment I: Parcels Crossed by the ULL and Island in the ULL (PDF)

Link to Video

Public Meetings: Preliminary findings of the ULL review were presented to the public in November.

Link to Presentation Video
Public Meeting Announcement (PDF)

Background Information and Resources

Board of Supervisor's Meeting - February 2, 2016
Board accepted report and provided direction for the Urban Limit Line Review methodology. Attachments to the Board Order include: