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How can San Luis preserve and enhance its high quality of life while reaching its fullest potential as a community?  That’s one of many questions to be explored as part of the eighteen-month long process of updating San Luis’s General Plan.

A General Plan is the City’s roadmap to the future. It is a visionary document that takes a comprehensive view of growth and development over the next 10 to 20 years, helping to guide all aspects of the city such as new and existing development, city services, parks and open space, including: growth and development, health and safety, city services, and the environment. 

This website will be your primary source for access to all materials related to the General Plan update. 

3rd public workshop for the San Luis General Plan Held

The third and final community workshop for the City of San Luis 2040 General Plan was held on September 18, 2019 at 6:00 PM at the San Luis City Hall Community Room. The objectives for this set of workshops were to:

  • Provide an update on the General Plan process;
  • Present the Workshop #2 results; and
  • Receive input on policy alternatives.

A total of 24 people attended the workshop.
The workshop began with a short presentation informing attendees of the status of the General Plan Update, as well as the results from the Transportation Planning Exercise and Scenario Planning Exercise conducted during Workshop #2. Attendees were then instructed to participate in a Policy Alternatives Exercise, which involved large printouts listing a series of alternative policies covering 5 General Plan topics, posted on the wall:

  • Economy
  • Growth
  • Environment
  • Public Services
  • Cross Border

Participants reviewed each policy and marked “Yes” with a green dot if they like the policy, “No” with a red dot if they do not like the policy, and “Most Important” with a yellow dot if they felt that this issue should be considered a high priority. Participants also had the opportunity to recommend a policy not listed on the worksheet by submitting a comment card.

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