This summer, the City is hosting a series of 10 community workshops as part of the Sacramento 2040 General Plan Update.
The Sacramento 2040 General Plan Update will help establish a shared vision for Sacramento’s growth over the next 20 years.
“These workshops are meant to gain perspective on the issues and opportunities community members want to address in their neighborhoods,” said Remi Mendoza, Senior Planner with the City of Sacramento Community Development Department. “We encourage residents to stop by a workshop near them and let us know their thoughts about key topics such as transportation, climate change, environmental justice, and livability.”
The first two workshops will take place in East Sacramento and North Natomas.
- East Sacramento residents are invited to attend a Community Plan workshop on Wednesday, July 24 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. at the Clunie Center (601 Alhambra Blvd.).
- North Natomas residents are invited to attend a workshop on Tuesday, July 30 from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. at Heron School (5151 Banfield Drive).
A brief presentation will begin before the start of each workshop, followed by a group discussion and activities. Light food will be provided at these family-friendly workshops.
According to the City, Community input at these workshops will help update each Community Area Plan, which identify and address local planning and community development issues specific to those areas of the city.
The City will host Community Plan Area workshops in the following Community Plan Areas: Arden-Arcade, Central City, East Sacramento, Fruitridge/Broadway, Land Park, North Natomas, North Sacramento, Pocket, South Area, and South Natomas. Residents can sign-up for email updates to be notified of future workshops.
The plans will describe a vision for Sacramento’s neighborhoods and guide City policy and investment into the future.