Town Hall On Proposed Home Depot at Devonshire and Balboa

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In case you haven't heard, Home Depot purchased the property at the SE corner of Devonshire and Balboa, and plans to demolish everything from Regency Theater to Ralphs, and replace it all with a Home Depot. 

But before you get mad at Home Depot for wiping out community-friendly storefronts with an industrial-style warehouse focused primarily on serving contractors (and sure, they're partially to blame),  go back a step prior and learn about the proposal to expand the Van Nuys Airport which will crowd out the existing Home Depot on Roscoe just east of Balboa. 

Watch this page for info and updates, and put this event on your calendar: 

Town Hall Meeting
2 pm – 6 pm Sunday, Aug. 14
John F. Kennedy High School
11254 Gothic Avenue, Granada Hills


Reproducing post on GHSNC.org here: 


Representatives of The Home Depot Corp. have filed an application with Los Angeles City Planning to build a new Home Depot store, including a garden center and tool rental center, totaling some 136,000 square feet, in Granada Hills.

This project – Los Angeles City Planning Case Number Case Number:  CPC-2022-1981-CU-SPP-SPR  (note: previously filed as ZA-2022-1981-CU-SPP-SPR) – would be built at 16830 Devonshire Street, Granada Hills, CA 91344; this corresponds to the southeast corner of the intersection of Balboa Boulevard and Devonshire Street.

The Granada Hills South Neighborhood Council is sponsoring a community town hall on the project; invitations to attend and present have been extended to the applicant and appropriate local agencies, to present the project and take questions from the community.

The event is set for 2 pm – 6 pm Sunday, Aug. 14, at John F. Kennedy High School, 11254 Gothic Avenue, Granada Hills, CA 91344; parking is available.

For more information, see: CPC-2022-1981-CU-SPP-SPR  and go to “Initial Submittal Documents” in the middle right.

For your accessibility and to help facilitate correct information, GHSNC is making the documents available to you here:

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