American Canyon, City of
(City of American Canyon)
General Plan Circulation and Land Use Elements (LUCE) Update
NOP - Notice of Preparation
Present Land Use
City's Urban Limit Line (ULL); residential, commercial, and industrial developments; public facilities: parks, schools, and public utilities.
The American Canyon General Plan is a state-required legal document (Government Code Section 65300) that provides guidance to decision makers regarding the conservation of resources and the future physical form and character of development for the City. It is the official statement of the City's goals and policies regarding the extent and types of development of land and infrastructure that will achieve the community's physical, economic, social, and environmental goals. Although the General Plan consists of individual sections, or "elements," that address a specific area of concern, it embodies a comprehensive and integrated planning approach for the City.
Railways cont.:El Cerrito del Norte BART station, Vallejo Ferry Terminal
Notice of Completion
Review Period Start
Review Period End
General Plan UpdateGeneral Plan Element
Aesthetic/VisualAir QualityArchaeologic-HistoricBiological ResourcesGeologic/SeismicNoiseRecreation/ParksSoil Erosion/Compaction/GradingTraffic/CirculationLand Use
California Department of ConservationCalifornia Department of Fish and Wildlife, Bay Delta Region 3California Department of Parks and RecreationCalifornia Highway PatrolCalifornia Regional Water Quality Control Board, San Francisco Bay Region 2Caltrans, Division of AeronauticsDepartment of Housing and Community DevelopmentResources AgencyOffice of Emergency Services, CaliforniaCalifornia Department of Transportation, District 4California Native American Heritage CommissionCalifornia Public Utilities Commission
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