The Sacramento 2030 General Plan defines comprehensive land use, noise, housing, circulation and infrastructure, public service, resource conservation, and public safety policies for the entire city. While policies regarding future land use and growth are addressed from a citywide perspective, the majority of land use changes are limited to ~77 key opportunity areas and four focused study areas of opportunity within the city. In addition, five area of interest outside of the city have been defined as potential future expansion areas, for which comprehensive planning has not yet been undertaken. The city is also divided into ten Community Plan areas, for which additional policies will be developed: Arden-Arcade, Central City, East Broadway, East Sacramento, Land Park, North Natomas, North Sacramento, Pocket, South Natomas. The four focused study areas are: Richards Boulevard, Robla, Arden Fair/Point West, and 65th Street/University Village. The five areas of interest are: Natomas Joint Vision Area, Arden-Arcade, Florin Fruitridge.