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Posted on: October 4, 2017

Community Character Survey

The City of Beaumont’s multi-year process to update the City’s General Plan is in full swing.  To date the General Plan Task Force has completed two workshops and two community surveys gathering over 1,400 responses. Over the course of these events, the following vision statement has been developed:

 

“Beaumont – where we value our small-town feel, our community heritage, and our natural setting. We are committed to encouraging economically sustainable, balanced growth that respects our long history, while meeting infrastructure needs and protecting our environment. Beaumont’s community pride and rural mountain setting sets our city apart as a vibrant and healthy community with local access to retail, services, jobs, and recreation.”

 

In moving forward with the update to the General Plan, the Task Force wants to better understand what types of spaces align with the community's vision for the future. The community is invited to participate in a new “Community Character” survey. The purpose of the survey is to gather input on development character, policy options, and planning concepts for areas within Beaumont.

 

For more information on the General Plan and to take the survey, please visit www.ElevateBeaumont.com

 

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The General Plan is a policy document required by California law that provides long-range guidance for land use, development, transportation, open space conservation, affordable housing, economic development, community services and other topics. The Beaumont General Plan update will serve as the City's blueprint for future development and decision-making.

 

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