The proposed GP is intended to respond directly to changes experienced in Ceres since the preparation of the current GP, and to plan for city growth projected in coming decades. The proposed GP, which establishes a long-range planning framework and policies, would fully supplant the city's existing GP when adopted by the city council.
The GP update was initiated to comprehensively examine the existing conditions in the city and to create a vision for the city's future. Although the proposed GP doesn't specify or anticipate when buildout of the city will occur, a horizon of year 2035 is assumed for planning purposes. The vision statement and guiding principles, underpin the goals and policies of the GP.
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