Architectural Advisory Committee (AAC)

The Architectural Advisory Committee (AAC) is a three-member committee. The AAC was formed to assist the City Council, Planning Commission, and City staff with design review of public projects and certain private development proposals. The AAC is advisory and will be involved in early review of projects before they advance to the Planning Commission or Community Development Director for public hearings. The AAC will primarily consider mixed-use, multi-family, and non-residential proposals as well as City projects such as streetscapes and new facilities. The AAC may also have the opportunity to provide input on design guidelines and aesthetic and design-related elements of various types of plans.

The AAC meets the third Thursday of every month at 8:30 AM at the Ted Adcock Community Center, South Dayroom (535 Kelly Avenue) and other advertised times as needed. The AAC consists of three members with professional experience in design and/or construction. The current AAC members include the following:

  • Chad Hooker
  • Linda Poncini
  • Steve Kikuchi

The agendas for the AAC are as follows:

2020

CANCELLED - Meeting of the Architectual Advisory Committee has been cancelled for Thursday, March 19, 2020. An updated agenda notice will be posted and noticed as soon as it becomes available.

AAC Agenda - 3.19 - cancelled until further notice.

Note: this meeting will be held at the Half Moon Bay Library Community Room B, 620 Correas Street. 

1191 Main Street Memorandum

Attachment 1 Introduction and Plans (see March 2020)

Attachment 2 Municipal Code Requirements

Attachment 3 PC Minutes 10.25.2016

Attachment 4 PC Minutes 10.09.18

Attachment 5 Comment Letter


AAC Agenda Packet - 1.16.2020 @ 8:30AM

2019

AAC Agenda Packet - 12.13.2019 @ 8:30AM

AAC Agenda Packet - 11.21.2019 @8:30AM

AAC Agenda Packet - 10.17.2019 @ 8:30AM


For additional information, please contact the AAC staff liaison:

AAC Staff Liaison:

Scott Phillips
Associate Planner
sphillips@hmbcity.com 
Phone: 650-726-8299