SCH Number 2011031090
- General Plan Update
- The proposed project is the update of the City's General Plan. The Industry General Plan Update would guide the growth and development (e.g., infill development, redevelopment, and revitalization/restoration) of the City 25 years or more into the future. The General Plan Update involves a revision to the current land use map and all elements except Housing, which was adopted February 11, 2014. The General Plan would guide growth and development within the City by designating land uses on the proposed land use map and through implementation of the goals and policies of the General Plan Update. The General Plan Update consists of the following elements: Land Use, Circulation, Resource Management (previously Open Space, Historic and Cultural, City image, Scenic Highway), and Safety (includes Noise). Because the Housing Element was recently updated and is subject to specific laws and timeframes dictated by the state, it is not included in the comprehensive update of the General Plan. Assuming a theoretical, full buildout (post 2035 scenario) of the land use plan, the City of Industry (including its Sphere of Influence) could accommodate approximately 98,128,503 sf of employment uses, 11,877,163 square feet of commercial uses, 238.9 acres dedicated to institutional purposes, 840.6 acres dedicated to recreation and open space, and 108,008 jobs.
5 documents in project
|NOD||Successor Agency to Industry-Urban Development Agency||Industry Business Center Lease Amendment (Resolution SA 2019-04; Building 2)|
|NOD||Successor Agency to Industry-Urban Development Agency||Industry Business Center Lease Amendment (Resolution SA 2019-03; Buildings 11 & 12)|
|NOD||City of Industry||City of Industry General Plan Update|
|EIR||City of Industry||General Plan Update|
|NOP||City of Industry||General Plan Update|
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