Welcome to Save Dana Point

Save Dana Point’s mission is to encourage resident participation in the critical issues facing Dana Point.

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DANA POINT RESIDENTS

It is important for Dana Point residents to stay informed about the many urgent issues that the City Council or the Planning Commission will need to address in upcoming meetings. These are the major concerns:

  • Hiring of a new City Manager
  • City finances: revenue, expenditures, ongoing litigation costs
  • Planning Commission: new major developments, parking issues
  • Police services: priorities, costs, neighborhood patrols
  • Doheny Village project
  • Community communications to improve transparency: plans, actions, results

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Latest News

Dana Point Paul Wyatt

Dana Point Town Center Parking Need is Urgent

By Paul N. Wyatt, Dana Point Adequate parking within the Town Center is critical for successful revitalization of this area of Dana Point. The 2008 Town Center Plan calls for a minimum of one and preferably two public parking facilities within the Town Center to be built at the beginning of the redevelopment project. These … Read more…

Town Center Initiative Scheduled for June 7th Election

Thanks to the Initiative effort, Dana Point residents will have the chance they deserve to vote on how they want to see the Town Center developed. The Initiative: Promotes a downtown business district with shops, restaurants and convenient parking needed for their success, per the 2008 Town Center Plan Preserves Dana Point’s village atmosphere and … Read more…

Dana Point Town Center Expenditures to Date

USE OF FUNDS – CITY OF DANA POINT Cost Pacific Coast Highway Changes (2013-15) $  8,717,000 Del Prado Changes (2015-16) 7,700,000 Other town Center Streetscape (2011-15) 8,637,000 Eastern Entry Feature (2013) 1,000,000 Roma Design Planning Consulting (2004-10) 567,000 Nelson Nygaard & Fehr & Peers Parking Studies 217,119 Identified City Spending – Town Center $ 26,838,119 USE OF … Read more…

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