18.60.100   NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING.
   Notice of the public hearing shall be provided, as required by the California Government Code and, in addition, notice will be required pursuant to the Subsections below. The description of the property shall include a reference to the nearest public street intersection, and the direction of the project site relative to that intersection.  A fee may be charged for providing notice to anyone who is not specifically required to be notified but who has filed a written request for notice with the City. 
   .010   Publication in Newspaper.  Notice of public hearing for projects that apply citywide, such as an amendment to the General Plan or the Zoning Code, shall be published in the newspaper of general circulation designated for the publishing of legal notices by the City Council pursuant to City Charter Section 517 and shall clearly state that the project applies citywide, nature of the request, date, time and place of the scheduled hearing and the hearing body.
   .020   Categorical Exemptions, Negative Declarations and Mitigated Negative Declarations.  Notice of public hearing for non-citywide projects recommended for consideration of a Categorical Exemption, Negative Declaration or Mitigated Negative Declaration in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines shall be mailed to owners and tenants of property within a radius of five-hundred (500) feet of the exterior boundaries of the property involved in the application request. The notice shall clearly state the nature of the request, location of the property, date, time and place of the scheduled hearing and the hearing body.
      .0201   The Director of Planning and Building may direct that notice be mailed beyond the minimum 500-foot radius if necessary to ensure equitable noticing to neighboring properties.
   .030   Environmental Impact Reports.  Notice of public hearing for non-citywide projects requiring an Environmental Impact Report in accordance with the CEQA Guidelines shall be mailed to owners and tenants of property within a radius of one-thousand (1,000) feet of the exterior boundaries of the property involved in the application request and shall be issued in accordance with CEQA and the CEQA Guidelines.
      .0301   The Director of Planning and Building may direct that notice be mailed beyond the minimum 1,000-foot radius if necessary to ensure equitable noticing to neighboring properties.  (Ord. 5920 § 1 (part); June 8, 2004:  Ord. 6441 § 1; August 14, 2018.)