Please rank the importance of each of the following objectives for Sunnyvale in the next 20 to 30 years.
Sunnyvale’s future is guided by a General Plan. The General Plan is a fundamental planning document that directs future growth and development policy. The City is currently updating a portion of the General Plan, the Land Use and Transportation Element (LUTE), which specifically guides land use and transportation over the next 20 to 30 years.
A City Council-appointed community advisory committee called Horizon 2035 is proposing a number of updates to current policies, including protecting neighborhood character, creating a more sustainable community, encouraging mixed commercial and housing uses in limited areas, and prioritizing transit, walking, and bicycle infrastructure. The proposed LUTE also accommodates additional jobs and housing growth throughout the City, with a focus on several major ongoing planning efforts, such as the Lawrence Station Area Plan, the Peery Park Specific Plan, and an update to the Precise Plan for El Camino Real, which are being prepared simultaneously with this LUTE update.
The City would like your feedback on which land use and transportation objectives are most important for the community to focus on in the next 20 to 30 years.
For more information about the LUTE project, see http://Horizon2035.inSunnyvale.com.