Moorparkians have spoken! After a year-long publicly-led process, the proposed General Plan Land Use Plan is now available for review. Made by Moorpark over a series of three citywide workshops, three interactive online activities and eleven meetings of the General Plan Advisory Committee (GPAC), the Plan designates the high-level land uses that will be permitted on all properties in the City. The majority of uses throughout the City are expected to remain unchanged from their current use through 2050. The following materials are being published to facilitate consideration of the Plan:
- Proposed 2050 General Plan Land Use Plan, which identifies permitted land uses for all properties in Moorpark.
- Areas of Change Map, which highlights the GPAC’s recommended land uses for Opportunity Sites where a change of use may occur by 2050.
- Land Use Designation Table, which correlates current General Plan land use designations with proposed revisions to land use designations in the updated General Plan.
The Plan was considered by the Planning Commission at its regular meeting on January 25, 2022 and forwarded to the City Council, which will consider the proposed Plan at its regular meeting on February 2, 2022. The posted version of the Plan includes changes recommended by the Planning Commission and a revised designation for two parcels along Princeton Avenue east of the 118 Freeway to support the disposition of city-owned property. Stakeholders are invited to attend the City Council meeting and provide their comments on the Plan, or to send any comments in advance of that meeting to the General Plan Update project team at [email protected].