Over the next two years, the Existing Conditions Report, Land Use Alternatives Report, Envision Campbell Plan, and related documents will be prepared. As the draft Envision Campbell Plan and related documents are published, they will be posted to this page.
Newsletter #1 (pdf)
Campbell Community Profile
To prepare a meaningful General Plan, existing conditions must be understood and documented. This Community Profile (pdf) summarizes key development patterns, natural resources, socioeconomic conditions, and environmental constraints in the city that must be considered when charting the course for Campbell’s future.
Monthly Status Reports
September 2016, monthly status report #1 (pdf)
October 2016, monthly status report #2 (pdf)
January 2017, monthly status report #3 (pdf)
February 2017, monthly status report #4 (pdf)
March 2017, monthly status report #5 (pdf)
April 2017, monthly status report #6 (pdf)
May 2017, monthly status report #7 (pdf)
June 2017, monthly status report #8 (pdf)
July 2017, monthly status report #9 (pdf)
August 2017, monthly status report #10 (pdf)
October 2017, monthly status report #11 (pdf)
Existing Conditions Report - January 2017
The Existing Conditions Report takes a "snapshot" of Campbell's current (2017) trends and conditions. It provides a detailed description of a wide range of topics within the city, such as demographic and economic conditions, land use, public facilities, and environmental resources. The Existing Conditions Report provides decision-makers, the public, and local agencies with context for making policy decisions.
Issues and Opportunities Report
The Issues and Opportunities Report provides a means of focusing the community’s attention on key issues and opportunities that have major policy implications as Campbell considers how to
accommodate growth over the next 20-30 years, while balancing the city’s economic development, sustainability, cultural and community identity, and natural resource needs.
This Issues and Opportunities Report includes a summary of the input received from the community during the initial stages of the General Plan Update. Community surveying and initial GPAC meetings at the outset of the General Plan Update process provided extensive input that will be used to help guide the General Plan Update, and identify community priorities, values, and focus areas for the General Plan Update.
The City anticipates that the Issues and Opportunities Report will stimulate discussion and lead to
confirmation and selection of courses of action to be reflected in the Policy Document, which will be prepared in collaboration with the General Plan Advisory Committee. The report purposely does not reach conclusions or suggest the manner in which the City should proceed in the development of the General Plan. Rather, it provides a forum to facilitate discussion on important issues.
Public Letters Received
STACC Letter (pdf)