On November 14th, 2021, the City of Moorpark hosted a public workshop in an open house format to discuss proposed alternatives for future land uses within the City as part of the General Plan Update process. During this meeting, and in an accompanying online survey, the City presented draft land use alternatives recommended by the General Plan Advisory Committee (GPAC) for Opportunity Sites, or areas within Moorpark where change can be anticipated to occur during the next 20-30 years. Attendees at the Open House and participants in the online survey were asked to vote on their preferred land use alternative for each Opportunity Site or suggest land use options other than those recommended. Ninety-one persons signed in as attendees at the Open House and ninety-four persons provided comments via the online surveys provided in English and Spanish, which were open to comments from November 14th until November 28th, 2021.
The comments collected during those activities, and included in the resulting report, will be used by community stakeholders, the GPAC and decision-makers in developing a preferred Land Use Plan for the City of Moorpark to guide areas of stability and areas of change to 2050.
If you would like to read the full summary of comments provided at the Open House and via the online survey, please access the document here.