Explore this page to learn more about the public meetings and presentations being provided in Ventura County as part of the General Plan Update.

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Community Members Engage In General Plan Update at 12 Locations Throughout Ventura County

Over 250 community members attended 12 community workshops held throughout Ventura County between July 13th and August 11th of this year. In addition to a final workshop hosted at the Ventura County Government Center, locations varied in size and type by relying on diverse facilities throughout Ventura County such as the Somis School auditorium, Saticoy public library, Channel Islands Boating Center, US Forest Service’s Mt. Pinos ranger station, and Ventura County Fire Station #56 along the  Pacific Coast Highway.

Although the first round of community workshops ended on August 11th 2016, County staff will be accepting submissions via an online questionnaire for a limited time before analyzing data from this round of public outreach.

Online Workshop Questionnaire Available for Community Members

Community members who are unable to attend any of the twelve community workshops scheduled for July and August can participate in the Ventura County General Plan Update’s first series of community workshops by completing an  online questionnaire.

The Ventura County General Plan Update’s first series of community workshops kicked off on July 13th in an event co-hosted with the Santa Rosa Valley Municipal Advisory Council. The series includes twelve workshops occurring at locations throughout Ventura County.

The General Plan is the “blueprint” for future growth and development within the unincorporated areas of Ventura County over the next 20 years. A series of additional workshops will be held in the near future to address guiding principles for the General Plan, land use alternatives, and goals and policies that address a wide range of issues including land use, transportation, water, agriculture, economic development, and climate change.

Links below include information related to the community workshop dates, times, and locations for all twelve workshops scheduled to occur in July and August:

Community Workshops Announced for July and August 2016

The community is invited to participate in a workshop for the General Plan Update being held by the County of Ventura, Planning Division. We’ll discuss what you like about the County, current issues and challenges, and potential options for addressing those challenges through the General Plan. The workshops will be held at twelve locations throughout the County from July 13th through August 11th.  Each workshop will cover the same topics and Spanish translation will be available at workshops in Oak View, Fillmore, and Saticoy.

The General Plan is the “blueprint” for future growth and development within the unincorporated areas of Ventura County over the next 20 years. A series of additional workshops will be held in the near future to address guiding principles for the General Plan, land use alternatives, and goals and policies that address a wide range of issues including land use, transportation, water, agriculture, economic development, and climate change.

Links below indicate the community workshop dates, times, and locations for all twelve workshops scheduled to occur in July and August:

Community members who are unable to attend a workshop can participate by completing an  online questionnaire.