Community Separators are lands that function to separate cities and other communities, to contain urban development, and to provide city and community identity by providing visual relief from continuous urbanization.
On November 8, 2016, the Community Separators Protection Ordinance, commonly called Measure K, passed with 81.1% approval. Measure K extends voter protections to Community Separator lands for 20 years.
Scenic Resources – Zoning and Land Use ActiveMap
- Select the layer list icon in the top right of the screen. It looks like three stacked diamonds.
- From the alphabetic list of layers, click the "Scenic Resources" checkbox to activate the layer. The Community Separators will be depicted in red.