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  1. Santa Monica, California - Wikipedia,_California

    Santa Monica (Spanish for 'Saint Monica') is a beachfront city in western Los Angeles County, California, United States.Situated on Santa Monica Bay, it is bordered on five sides by different neighborhoods of the city of Los Angeles: Pacific Palisades to the north, Brentwood on the northeast, West Los Angeles on the east, Mar Vista on the southeast, and Venice on the south.

  2. Main Street (Santa Monica, California) - Wikipedia

    Main Street, from the intersections of Strand to Rose streets, mostly in Santa Monica, California, but also in the Venice neighborhood in the City of Los Angeles, from Strand to Rose is a popular upscale shopping district on the Westside of Los Angeles.

  3. History of Santa Monica, California - Wikipedia

    At the northern end of Main Street adjacent to the still-declining Santa Monica Mall, a city block was levelled in 1980 to build a new mall, Santa Monica Place, designed by architect Frank Gehry. Further south on Main Street, the mixed-use museum, retail, and restaurant complex, Edgemar – also designed by Frank Gehry – opened in 1988.

  4. List of Streets in Santa Monica, Los Angeles County ...

    List of Streets in Santa Monica, Los Angeles County, California, United States, Google Maps and Photos Streetview. 10th Court 90403; 10th Court 90405; 10th Street 90401;

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  6. List of Street Names in Santa Monica, California, Maps and ...

    List of Street Names in Santa Monica, California, Maps and Street Views. 10th Ct; 11th Ct; 15th Ct; 16th St; 18th Ct; 19th Ct; 20th Ct; 21st Pl; 26th St; 26th St; 3rd ...

  7. Detailed Road Map of Santa Monica - Maphill

    This map of Santa Monica is provided by Google Maps, whose primary purpose is to provide local street maps rather than a planetary view of the Earth. Within the context of local street searches, angles and compass directions are very important, as well as ensuring that distances in all directions are shown at the same scale.

  8. Santa Monica Neighborhoods | Explore Neighborhoods in Santa ...

    While the Third Street Promenade is the most vibrant shopping area of Santa Monica, Montana Avenue emits a more high end and local shopping atmosphere along its tree-lined streets. Though this is a largely residential section of Santa Monica, there are more than 150 boutique shops and restaurants lining the 10-block destination.

  9. Santa Monica Public Works - Subdivision Maps
    • Subdivision Maps
    • Vacations
    • Lot Line Adjustment
    • Public Right-Of-Way Easement Dedication

    Tentative and final subdivision maps are required whenever a property owner/developer desires to subdivide a parcel within the City of Santa Monica. The most common reason for a subdivision is to create condominiums. The Engineering and Street Services Division reviews tentative and final subdivision maps for compliance with Chapter 9.54 Land Divisions of the Santa Monica Municipal Code and the California State Subdivision Map Act.

    In the context of public right-of-way, a vacation is the act of a legislative body that completely or partially abandons the public right to use a street (which includes alleys) or public service easement (e.g., an easement for sewer and water utility purposes). For example, if an alley was vacated, that alley would cease to exist as a legal street. Vacations are governed by California Streets and Highways Code sections 8300 through 8363. Nearly all streets and public service easements in the City of Santa Monica are controlled by easement, meaning that the City doesn’t actually own the land but rather has an easement to use it for a specified purpose (e.g., as a street). When the City vacates a street controlled by easement, the vacated area is now free of the easement, meaning that the original property owners regain control of the area for their own use. These property owners are usually those that surround the vacated area. For example, if an alley is vacated, the property owner...

    Certain development projects may require the dedication of public rights-of-way to fulfill a public need. Dedications are memorialized in an easement agreement between the property owner and City. The agreement is recorded with the Los Angeles County Recorder. For example, an dedication may be required to ensure an ADA compliant sidewalk and adequate space for underground utilities in front of a property. When a dedication is required, please submit the Easement Dedication Application linked below along with required documents for review. 1. Easement Dedication Application 2. Template Easement Dedication Agreement

  10. Santa Monica, CA - MapQuest

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