A general plan is the City's constitution—a set of policies and programs that form a blueprint for
The Plan consists of nine chapters, which cover the following topics: land use; circulation; open space; conservation; components related to noise, safety, air quality and greenhouse gases; as well as elements that address local concerns such as historic preservation and parks, schools, community facilities, and utilities.
The Climate Action Plan provides a strategy for reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. It includes objectives and policies from the proposed General Plan that addresses long-term emissions reduction efforts. The timeframe for the CAP extends from the date of adoption through 2030.
***Chapter 2: Land Use ---Disclaimer: Figure 2-3 (page 2-27) of this map contains errors in its depiction of the Urban Development Boundary Tier 1 and Tier 2 boundaries. City staff will be posting a corrected map in the future. At this time, please contact the Planning Division for any specific questions regarding the Tier 1 and Tier 2 boundaries.