During a Special Meeting on June 27, 2018, the Planning Commission approved the Air Quality Sub Committee’s proposed zoning changes. City Council will begin final review of the amendments on Tuesday, August 7 at 6 pm.
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Proposed Changes to Paramount’s Zoning Code
The City, with the help of the Air Quality Sub Committee, came to the conclusion that its most powerful tool for improving air quality in the longterm was its zoning code.
Planning Commission Addresses Community Comments on Zoning Changes
The Paramount Planning Commission hosted its second Study Session on April 18, 2018 to review the Air Quality Sub Committee’s proposed changes to the City’s zoning code.
Planning Commission to Continue Discussion of Proposed Industrial Zoning Changes on April 18
On April 18, the Planning Commission will continue to discuss the City Council Air Quality Sub Committee’s recommendations for amending the City’s manufacturing zone regulations.
Planning Commission Reviews Sweeping Zoning Recommendations
On March 19, the Paramount Planning Commission hosted a Study Session to review proposed changes to the City’s zoning code as recommended by the Air Quality Sub Committee.
Planning Commission to Review Zoning Recommendations
Join the Planning Commission at a Study Session on Monday, March 19 as they review the Air Quality Sub Committee’s zoning recommendations.
City Recognizes Air Quality Sub Committee Participants
During its March 6, 2018 meeting, the Paramount City Council recognized the participants of the Air Quality Sub Committee for their hard work and dedication to addressing air quality concerns over the past year.
Air Quality Sub Committee Reviews Final Recommended Changes to Zoning Ordinance
The Paramount City Council Air Quality Sub Committee met for the tenth time on October 26, 2017 to continue its review and discussion of a draft zoning ordinance for metal companies.
Air Quality Sub Committee Reviews Draft of Zoning Changes to Support Air Quality
The Sub Committee met on September 28, 2017, to continue its review and discussion of potential regulations for metal companies that could be implemented in the City’s zoning code.