NOTICE OF PUBLIC WORKSHOP- Proposed Development in San Elijo Hills Town Center


WHEN:                                 December 5th, 2013 @ 6:30 p.m.

WHERE:                               San Elijo Elementary School

PROJECT:                            Proposed Development in San Elijo Hills



The City of San Marcos will be hosting a workshop with San Elijo Hills Development Company who will be presenting information about the proposed Town Center, Phase 2 development and some other specific plan changes within the San Elijo Hills community.  This workshop will provide an opportunity for the community to see and participate in discussing potential changes. The public workshop will be held after the San Elijo Hills Community Association meeting at San Elijo Elementary School. The San Elijo Hills Community Association meeting starts at 6 PM and the joint City/San Elijo Hills Development Company public workshop will begin at 6:30 PM.

For more information, please contact   Garth Koller, Principal Planner  in the Planning Division at 760-744-1050, extension  3231, or visit the Development Services counter during the week between 7:30 am and 5:30 pm.



  • What are these “other” changes? Who will they effect? If we can’t make it to the meeting, how will we even know if it will be close to our house or property? You guys are always making changes and we have to hunt down things to find out about them!

    • This is about the San Elijo Hills Town Center phase 2 the vacant center piece-
      Retail facing the existing retail and an increased number of townhomes is what we think you will see at the meeting. The Meeting will be station style workshop. A station for City staff a station for SEHD etc.. San Elijo Hills this is your chance to speak up…so show up. We will report on the meeting.

      *please keep in mind San Elijo Life is not associated with San Elijo Hills Development, the HOA or The City of San Marcos. We are engaged participants and love to share the information.

  • It looks like our award winning town center is just a few small stores facing the other small stores and then about 100 townhomes. No town center for us if Home Fed goes with the plan they showed up with Dec. 5th. No vision whatsoever by the development company. Hopefully some of the good ideas brought up by homeowners will sink into their skulls and come up with a better plan.

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