2016 GENERAL PLAN ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT
2016 GENERAL PLAN ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT - please click HERE
Purpose and Content
Section 65400(b) of the State of California Government Code requires planning agencies to provide an annual report to their legislative body, the Governor's Office of Planning and Research (OPR), and the State Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) on the status of the General Plan and progress in its implementation. The four basic purposes of the annual report are as follows:
• To provide information to assess progress on implementation of the general plan in accordance with the stated goals, policies and implementation measures.
• Provide information to identify necessary course adjustments or modifications to the general plan as a means to improve implementation.
• To provide a clear correlation between land use decisions made during the reporting period, and the goals, policies and implementation measures in the general plan.
• To provide information regarding local agency progress in meeting its share of regional housing needs and local efforts to remove governmental constraints to the development of housing.
The General Plan Annual Progress Report summarizes the City of Lincoln's progress towards implementing the goals, policies, and programs of General Plan 2050. It covers the period from January 1, 2016, through December 31, 2016. The report also reviews the activities of the Community Development Department including the Planning, Housing, Safety elements and Capital Improvement Program.
This report is prepared in compliance with California Government Code Section 65400(b ), which mandates that all cities and counties submit to the State Office of Planning and Research an Annual Report on the status and implementation of the General Plan.
To review the complete 2050 General Plan please visit that page by clicking here.