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Please rank the importance of each of the following objectives for Sunnyvale in the next 20 to 30 years.

Thank you for participating!

UPDATED: August 31, 2016

Thank you for your interest and involvement with development of the Horizon 2035 Land Use and Transportation Element (LUTE) of the General Plan!

The LUTE covers a wide range of topics that guide land use and transportation in Sunnyvale over the next 20 to 30 years.

Both the Draft LUTE and its Draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR) are available for public review and comment. Both documents are available on the hosted project website.

Through Sunnyvale Open City Hall, we’ve asked community members to share their input on this and several other topics posted relating to the content of the 1st Draft of the Land Use and Transportation Element Update (LUTE), (links to the other topics here) and its proposed goals, policies, and actions.

Pursuant to the California Public Resources Code and the California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines (CEQA Guidelines), the City of Sunnyvale is the Lead Agency for the proposed project. For more information on the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and the EIR process visit the City website. The Draft EIR and its technical studies are available for the CEQA required 45- day public review. Please see the Notice of Availability for further details.

If you have any questions about this process, please contact us at


Jeff Henderson, Project Planner
Trudi Ryan, Director, Community Development Department

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Deanna Santana, City Manager

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Kent Steffens, Interim City Manager