General Plan Elements
Designates the general location and intensity of housing, business, industry, open space, education, public buildings and grounds, waste disposal facilities and other land uses.
Identifies the general location and extent of existing and proposed major roads, transportation routes, terminals, and other public utilities and facilities. It must be correlated with the land use element.
Addresses the conservation, development, and use of natural resources including water, forests, soils, rivers, mineral deposits, and open space.
Comprehensive assessment of current and projected housing needs for all economic segments of the community and region. It sets forth local housing policies and programs to implement those policies.
Establishes policies and programs to protect the community from risks associated with seismic, geologic, flood, and wildfire hazards.
Identifies and appraises noise problems within the community and forms the basis for distributing new noise-sensitive land uses.
Housing Element Background Report
- Housing Element Background Report
- Appendix 1: Sites Inventory
- Appendix 2: Quantified Objectives
- Housing Market Analysis
General Plan Annual Progress Reports