General Plan: City Seeks Citizen Input | Deadline Inches Closer

Public input on the city’s proposed General Plan and Downtown Specific Plan can be made through January 15, 2020

PHOTO: Eric Fabbro | SouthPasadenan.com News | City Manager, Stephanie DeWolfe, speaks to citizens at a General Plan meeting

The City of South Pasadena is updating its General Plan and Downtown Specific Plan.

The vision articulated in the two plans was developed with extensive community input. The policies and actions outlined in the two plans will help protect the characteristics that make South Pasadena a desirable place to live, address housing choices, strengthen the City’s ability to respond to evolving regional issues, and more.

City officials invite residents and stakeholders to learn more about the draft General Plan and Downtown Specific Plan and provide feedback.

Comments can be made to: PlanSouthPasadena@SouthPasadenaCA.gov by January 15, 2020.

The vision articulated in the General Plan and Downtown Specific Plan will preserve the distinct and treasured characteristics of the City of South Pasadena while creating a more prosperous, sustainable and enriching community for the future.

CLICK HERE TO REVIEW THE TWO COMPREHENSIVE PLANS