The proposed project is a comprehensive plan that is driven by the Countywide Vision and meets CA Code requirements for a general plan. The Countywide Plans includes four major components a County Policy Plan, Community Plans Continuum, County Business Plan, and Regional Issues Forum. The County Police Plan is the County's long-term guide for developing, servicing, maintaining, protecting, and improving its land, resources people, institutions, and organizations. The Policy Plan consists of goals and policies presented in 4 primary elements and over 20 topics. Projected growth in the unincorporated County at buildout of the proposed Countywide Plan would allow up to 14,379 dwelling units and approx. 19.4 million sq. ft. of nonresidential development which would introduce about 46,437 residents and generate 12,546 jobs.
Residential (Units 14,379)Commercial (Sq. Ft. 19.4 million, Employees 12,546)
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