Poplar-Cotton center is an ag oriented service community surrounded on all sides by lands in agricultural production, vacant lands, and scattered rural residential homes. AE-40; C-1, C-1-SR; C-2, C-3; C-3-SR; M-1; PD-C-2; P-0; R-1; R-1-SR; R-2; R-3; ROW
The objective of the Poplar-Cotton Center Community Plan is to develop a community plan which can accurately reflect the needs and priorities of the unincorporated communities of the Poplar - Cotton Center. The land use and circulation portions of this plan provide the mechanism to minimize or avoid the potential adverse impacts of urban growth. The development of an orderly, harmonious land use pattern and appropriate implementation measures are designed to reduce potential conflict between neighboring uses across Tulare County's 2030 planning horizon, consistent with the Tulare County 2030 General Plan Update.
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