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Participate in the Process!

This page will be the hub for information on all events and opportunities to participate in the General Plan and Development Code Update. The Project Team will post information on upcoming events, meeting materials, and everything you need to be prepared. Please check back regularly.

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Past Events

  • Community Workshop | Wednesday, February 28, 2024


    On Wednesday, February 28, 2024, the City of Arroyo Grande held its second community workshop for the General Plan update from 6:00pm to 8:00pm at the City Council Chambers. The focus of the workshop was to provide a project overview, present Arroyo Grande’s existing conditions and trends findings, and gather community input to help establish a long-term vision for the City’s future.

    Couldn't make it to the workshop? View the presentation slides here or click the button below to view the workshop posters.

  • Community Workshop | Thursday, October 5, 2023


    On Thursday, October 5, 2023, the City of Arroyo Grande held its first community workshop for the Arroyo Grande General Plan Update at the City Council Chambers from 6:00 - 8:00 pm. The workshop included a brief overview presentation of the General Plan Update process and interactive activities for community members to identify assets, issues, and opportunities in Arroyo Grande and express what they love about Arroyo Grande and their vision for the City's future.

    AG City Hall

  • Community Study Session | Tuesday, August 22, 2023

    Community Study Session

    On Tuesday, August 22, 2023, the City of Arroyo Grande hosted a community study session dedicated to the General Plan Update project. This meeting, open to the public, marked a pivotal moment in the project's development. The study session served as a platform for establishing a shared understanding of the project, outlining the essential phases in the update process, discussing strategies for public engagement, reviewing legislative requirements, and addressing planning challenges.

    During the session, the City Council engaged in an in-depth conversation about the significant issues and opportunities that confront Arroyo Grande. They also provided valuable feedback to the Project Team on various thematic areas to be explored throughout the project.

    AG City Hall

  • City Council Meeting | Tuesday, February 14, 2023

    City Council Meeting

    On Tuesday, February 14, 2023, the Arroyo Grande City Council held a public hearing to discuss the General Plan Update project. At this meeting, the Council received an update on the status of selecting a planning consultant to assist in the Update and reviewed the proposal for services submitted by Mintier Harnish. The City Council engaged in a robust discussion on their expectations for the General Plan update project. Topics of discussion and focus included community engagement, scope of project, schedule, budget, and community needs.

    At the conclusion of the meeting, the Council directed City staff to proceed with a consultant contract with Mintier Harnish for the General Plan Update project. The multifaceted, three-year project also includes an update to the City’s 2013 Climate Action Plan, a comprehensive Development Code update, various economic development studies and workshops, and an environmental impact report (EIR).

    AG City Hall