- June 2017: Following a series of open house-format community workshops in spring and summer 2016, MidPen submitted a pre-application to the County.
- September 20, 2017: The County of San Mateo County held a pre-application hearing to obtain input from the public.
- July 2018: After refining the plans and completing environmental technical reports, MidPen submitted a request to amend the Local Coastal Program. An amendment is required because MidPen is proposing a less intense development that is currently called for in the LCP.
- September 2018: MidPen received comments from various State and local agencies, as well as the community in response to the initial LCP amendment submittal.
- April 2019: Following a series of meetings and updates to the original plans to address the comments received, MidPen re-submitted a request to amend the LCP to allow for a lower density development.
- January 22, 2020: The County of San Mateo Planning Commission reviewed the request. Due to time constraints at the meeting venue, the item was continued to a later date.
- June 10, 2020: The County of San Mateo Planning Commission voted in favor of a recommendation, to the Board of Supervisors, to direct County staff to submit the LCP Amendment to the California Coastal Commission.
- July 21, 2020: The County of San Mateo Board of Supervisors approved the request for an LCP Amendment to be sent to the State Coastal Commission for certification.
- March 12, 2021: The California Coastal Commission certified the LCP Amendment as submitted by the County of San Mateo.
- Following the Coastal Commission certification of the LCP amendment, the County will review the Coastal Development Permit for project-level approval. The public can participate in hearings at the Coastside Design Review Committee, Planning Commission, and Board of Supervisors.