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When you restrict available land, the value of the remaining land tends to increase in value over time. And due to Carlsbad's growth restrictions, the city is nearing full build-out. Sometime beyond the year 2030, there will be at most 54,599 residential units in Carlsbad housing approximately 135,000 residents. As of 2020, the current population stands at 114,411. The dwelling unit cap was ratified by the voters of Carlsbad in the November 1986 election and can only be increased by a majority vote of the people.
The city of Carlsbad is pleased of its award-winning growth management plan that affords for economic progress while defending 40 percent of its land from development; a result from the open area of Carlsbad and habitat conservation plans. The general plan of the city calls for a mix of 60 percent single-family detached housing and 40 percent other multi-unit housing.
Carlsbad has four zip codes: 92008, 92009, 92010 and 92011.
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