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What should Ventura look like in 2050? The City of Ventura would like to hear from all residents, businesses and property owners to gather feedback about what our community should look like in the future. The public’s ideas and opinions will be used to update the City’s most important planning tool, the General Plan. Citizens are encouraged to attend one or all the workshops, neighborhood meetings, and other opportunities to provide feedback and be part of this process.
For future public input opportunities visit www.cityofventura.ca.gov/ventura2050. Schedule a speaker to talk with your organization, business, stakeholder group or agency by calling Jared Rosengren at (805) 658-4737 or email [email protected].
The City’s General Plan Update process includes multiple stages, which consist of initial civic engagement, preparation of technical reports, analysis and review of draft General Plan and Housing Element and Environmental Impact Report (EIR). Public input will be collected throughout the process, which will take approximately 3-4 years to complete with an anticipated formal adoption of the General Plan in 2022.
The General Plan contributes to the quality of life enjoyed by our residents, and guides decision making processes for such matters as: land use, housing, transportation, environmental sustainability, and infrastructure to name a few.
Learn about the project information including workshops, studies, and other documents that will ultimately inform the General Plan Update process at www.cityofventura.ca.gov/ventura2050.