Desert Hot Springs, City of
(City of Desert Hot Springs)
Desert Hot Springs General Plan Update
NOP - Notice of Preperation
The Project is a comprehensive update of the City of Desert Hot Springs General Plan. The General Plan update addresses the 7 state-mandated general plan elements (land use, housing, circulation, safety, open space, conservation, and noise), as well as other issues that are important to the community, including Economic Development. The updated General Plan establishes an overall development capacity for the City and surrounding areas, and serves as a policy guide for determining the appropriate physical development and character of the City.
The current City of Desert Hot Springs General Plan was adopted in 2000. Since then, several minor General Plan amendments have been adopted and most recently large areas at the southern portion of the City have been annexed into the City's boundaries. In addition, the City is making progress on being included as a permittee in the Coachella Valley Multi-Species Habitat Conservation Plan. The City has undertaken a comprehensive update of the General Plan to reflect a new vision for the community and to address issues relevant to Desert Hot Springs today.
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