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Planning and Design Workshops

Join Us TO HELP PLAN FOR PLEASANT HILL'S FUTURE: Workshops November 14-16!

LOCATION:
City Hall, Community Rooms, 100 Gregory Lane

schedule:

The City of Pleasant Hill will be hosting three days of planning and design workshops as part of the 2040 General Plan Update. The goal of the workshops is to bring community members, planners, and City staff together to develop a range of alternatives to address future housing, economic development, transportation, and other community needs.

Over the three days, we will focus on different aspects of the process. Each day will include an Open House session where you can drop by to learn about the General Plan Update, review community input received, and add your thoughts. Each day will also have an Activity where you can work with planners and other community members to help shape the land use alternatives. There will also be a presentation to highlight takeaways from previous events and next steps.

DROP IN ANY TIME THAT WORKS FOR YOU!

Drop in during the dates and times listed.

If you can only come one day, we recommend Saturday afternoon. Light refreshments will be provided prior to the presentation .

What is a Planning & Design Workshop?

This workshop series is an interactive community engagement that incorporates land use and design concepts into exercises to gain a deeper and more thorough understanding of what residents want to see in their community.

The information to the right is an example of this type of workshop in the City of Millbrae.

In 2016, the City of Millbrae hosted a series of community workshops to create a specific plan for the City’s Priority Development Area. The purpose of the workshop series was to inform the community about project objectives, collect information on existing conditions within the project area, discuss the community’s vision for the area, and begin to develop a plan to achieve that vision. 

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