Welcome to Ventura County General Plan Update
YOU ARE INVITED TO A PLANNING COMMISSION WORK SESSION FOR THE GENERAL PLAN UPDATE!
The public is invited to attend a Ventura County Planning Commission Work Session on Thursday, November 9, at 8:30 A.M., and provide input on activities related to the General Plan Update. Planning Division staff and project consultants will be discussing results of public outreach recently concluded on the proposed Vision Statement and Guiding Principles, the results of a countywide public survey, and revisions to the Draft Background Report. As the principal advisory body for the General Plan Update project, the Planning Commission will provide input to Planning Division staff during the Work Session. The public will also be able to provide comments.
The Planning Commission Work Session will be held at 800 S. Victoria Ave. Ventura, CA 93009, County Government Center, Hall of Administration, Board of Supervisors Hearing Room. The staff report will be available on the Planning Division’s website at at vcrma.org/planning/hearings-agendas/planning-commission-hearings, on the General Plan Update website at vc2040.org/planning-commission or at the Planning Division Counter from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, a week before the Work Session.
The revised Draft Background Report is currently available on the General Plan Update website at vc2040.org/documents
The County of Ventura is working on a comprehensive update to its General Plan for the first time in almost 30 years. We are excited to make the update process open and accessible to anyone who wants to be involved and share ideas. The General Plan Update will help shape the next 20 years of Ventura County’s growth and change. The outcome of the update will have a real impact on the quality of life in the County. Some of the questions we will be addressing include: How can the County enhance public services and infrastructure? Where should new residential and commercial development be located? How will the County deal with its continuing water quality and quantity challenges?
Explore this web site to learn more about the project and ways to get involved.