In December 2019 and January 2020, the Vacaville City Council adopted several changes to the General Plan Map and Zoning Map to ensure consistency between the two maps.
GENERAL PLAN MAP CHANGES
The City identified 15 areas with 43 properties throughout Vacaville with land uses that were not consistent with the City’s General Plan Map. On December 10, 2019 the City Council amended the General Plan Map to correct these inconsistencies. The 43 properties include commercial, residential, public open space, public facilities and City creekways designations. VIEW MAPS HERE
ZONING MAP CHANGES
On January 14, 2020, the City Council amended the zoning map for 38 groups of properties to ensure consistency with the General Plan map. In 2015, the Vacaville City Council updated the City's General Plan, the guiding document that provides a vision for the future and established a framework for how Vacaville should grow and change over the next two decades. As part of their action, the City Council adopted Land Use Action Policy LU-A2.1, which requires an update to the City's Zoning Map to reflect General Plan land use designations. The City accomplished this by rezoning 38 groups of properties where the zoning was not consistent with the General Plan designation. These include commercial, residential, public open space, public facilities and City creekways designations. VIEW MAPS HERE.
PROJECT NAME & FILE NO.: Citywide General Plan & Zoning Maps Amendments (File No. 18-384)
PROJECT INFORMATION: http://bit.ly/Citywide_Map_Changes