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Join Us June 6th For The Sacramento 2040 Draft Plan

Sacramento 2040 Draft General Plan Update is LIVE!

Join us via Zoom on Tuesday, June 6th at 10:00 am for our optional orientation Webinar.

Please join us, be a part of history, and help shape Sacramento!

The Draft Plan contains policies that guide everything from Environmental Justice to transportation, the type of homes available, jobs, entertainment, public safety, and much more. We would appreciate your feedback to ensure the Draft Plan is responsive to the challenges of the coming years.

This webinar continues the public review period of the document. During the 90-minute session, the project team will provide an overview of the General Plan (GP) and Climate Action & Adaptation Plan (CAAP), explain how the public can participate, and facilitate a Q&A session.

Your opinion matters! RSVP today!

(Translation channels will be available in Spanish and Chinese)


Sacramento 2040 General Plan Update & Climate Action Plan is now live!

The Draft 2040 General Plan and Climate Action & Adaptation Plan are now available for public review via the Self-Guided Online Workshop.

Visit the workshop today.



Sacramento 2040 GPU is the City’s blueprint for how and where our City will grow over the next 20 years. Throughout the outreach process, the Sacramento community identified a bold vision for a greener, more equitable, and more livable city. Participate in the virtual draft plan above to help help mold the future of Sacramento.


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