This is where we will post any and all published General Plan products and documents.
Revised GPAC Draft
Public Review Draft
Revised Public Review Draft
Final General Plan
|Land Use and Community Design|
|Public Facilities, Services and Infrastructure|
|Open Space, Parks, and Recreation|
|Hazards and Safety|
The California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) completed it's 90-day review of the Draft Housing Element on March 23, 2023.
Click the link to download HCD's formal comment letter on the Draft 2023-2031 Housing Element Update.
Please use the links below to download the HCD Review Draft 2023-2031 Housing Element.
Click here to download the Policy Document
Click here to download the Needs Assessment
The City prepared a matrix of responses to public comments. Click here to download this summary.
Please use the link below to download the Pleasant Hill Public Review Draft 2040 General Plan. The Pleasant Hill 2040 General Plan is a long-range plan that guides decision-making and reflects the community's vision for the future and is intended to provide direction through the year 2040. To leave a comment on the Public Review Draft 2040 General Plan, please use one of the following options:
Online: Click the green comment button on the right of the screen
Email: Send comments to
Mail: Send written comments to the following address:
City of Pleasant Hill Planning Division
Attn: Troy Fujimoto, City Planner 100 Gregory Lane
Pleasant Hill, CA 94523
Please use the link below to download the Public Review Draft 2023-2031 Housing Element. This Draft includes both the Housing Element Policy document and the Housing Needs Assessment. Public comments on the Draft will be taken from November 9, 2022 to December 9, 2022.
Please use the links below to view public comments received during/following a recent General Plan Advisory Committee Meeting.
GPAC Meeting Comments, 10/21/2019
GPAC Meeting Comments, 12/16/2020
GPAC Meeting Comments, 01/28/2021
The Preferred Alternative Memo provides an overview of GPAC direction through both the Focus Area and Housing Opportunity Sites processes, followed by a summary comparison of buildout potential between the Existing General Plan Land Use diagram and the Preferred Land Use diagram.
The following is the updated memo that includes recent additions to the Oak Park Focus Area requested by City Council on Monday, May 16, 2022.
The following is the GPAC Preferred Alternative Memorandum that was produced following the February 5, 2020, GPAC Meeting. The memo is an overview of the GPAC direction taken for nine Focus Areas in Pleasant Hill.
The comment period has closed.
Comments were accepted through July 26, 2020.
The following is the Final 2040 General Plan Vision Statement and Guiding Principles which was finalized at the November 19, 2019, GPAC Meeting. The General Plan Vision Statement and Guiding Principles included input from the GPAC, Planning Commission, City Council, and community from the previous pop-up booths, workshops, and online engagement. The General Plan Vision Statement and Guiding Principles will guide the formation of land use alternatives and future goals, policies, and implementation programs in the General Plan.
The following is the GPAC Draft General Plan Vision Statement and Guiding Principles the GPAC created at the September 25, 2019, GPAC Meeting for community consideration. The GPAC Draft General Plan Vision Statement and Guiding Principles are based on GPAC and community input from the previous pop-up booths and online engagement.
The Existing Conditions and Trends Workbook provides a snapshot of existing conditions in the City of Pleasant Hill. Use the link below to download and view the Public Draft, published August 2019.
The report is organized into ten chapters:
3. Economics & Economy
4. Land Use
6. Transportation and Circulation
7. Public Facilities, Services, & Infrastructure
8. Open Space, Parks & Recreation
10. Hazards and Safety
The August newsletter provides an overview of key findings from the Existing Conditions and Trends Workbook.
Newsletter #1 provides an overview of the General Plan update process and information on how the community will be engaged in the update.