The Beaumont 2040 Plan is a comprehensive update of the City's General Plan and provide a vision for the future of Beaumont over the next 20 to 30 years. The General Plan functions as a guide to the type of community that Beaumont citizen's desire, and provides the means by which that desired can be achieved. State law further mandates that the General Plan: Identify land use, circulation, environmental, economic, and social goals and policies for the City and its surrounding planning area as they relate to future growth and development; Provide a basis for local government decision-making, including decisions on development approvals and exactions; provide citizens the opportunity to participate in the planning and decision-making process of their communities; and inform citizens, developers, decision-makers, and other cities and counties of the ground rules that guide development within a particular community. Beaumont's 2040's vision for the future focuses on the following: transparent, honest government; responsible, measured growth; fiscal responsibility; small-town atmosphere; quality of life provided by efficient infrastructure; health and safety; and beautiful environment of the Pass Area.
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