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Major Projects
Fresno County Multi-Jurisdictional 2015-2023 Housing Element
California Housing Element law requires every jurisdiction to prepare and adopt a housing element as part of general plans. In California it is typical for each city or county to prepare and maintain its own separate general plan and housing element. However, Fresno County and 12 of the 15 cities in Fresno County, with the help of the Fresno Council of Governments (FCOG), are preparing a Multi-Jurisdictional Housing Element for the fifth round of housing element updates. The Fresno County Multi-Jurisdictional Housing Element represents an innovative approach to meeting State Housing Element law and coordinating resources to address the region's housing needs.

Final Draft 2015-2023 Multi-Jurisdictional Housing Element

HCD Conditional Approval Letter dated January 28, 2016

Initial Study Negative Declaration

Initial Study Negative Declaration Response to Comments dated March 8 2016

For more information, please visit the Fresno COG page at http://www.fresnocog.org/multi-jurisdictional-housing-element

Update of Development Impact Fees

Resolution 2015-022 Adopting the New Development Impact Fee Justification Study and Development Impact Fee Update

Resources

Update of Development Impact Fees for the City of Reedley - January 2005

Development Impact Fee Report for the City of Reedley - March 1993

Amendments to DIF Report - March 1993

2010 Urban Water Management Plan - City of Reedley

Integrated Master Plan for Potable Water, Sanitary Sewer, and Storm Drainange Systems - June 2014

General Plan Update 2030

General Plan Update 2030 Land Use Map

Reedley Sports Park Master Plan

General Plan 2030
A general plan is a community's blueprint for future development and acts as the foundation for land use decisions made by the Planning Commission and City Council. The general plan document includes a description of a community's development goals and policies that are implemented through other documents, such as zoning ordinances and specific plans.

California State law requires cities to adopt a general plan that addresses land use, circulation, housing, conservation, open space, safety, noise and the general needs of the city. These subject areas are known as "elements".


General Plan 2030 Update Work Implementation Plan
2008-2015 Housing Element
General Plan 2030 Document
Environmental Impact Report Links
Environmental Impact Report Document (SCH No. 2010031106)

Zoning Code Update
A general plan is a community's blueprint for future development and acts as the foundation for land use decisions made by the Planning Commission and City Council. The general plan document includes a description of a community's development goals and policies that are implemented through other documents, such as zoning ordinances and specific plans.



For More Information Contact:
City of Reedley
Community Development Department
1733 9th Street
Reedley, CA 93654-2636
Planning Division Email: Ellen Moore


Solar Facility Monitoring Links
The City of Reedley has partnered with Pacific Power Renewables, Inc. to install solar arrays at City facilities to reduce ongoing utility costs. The links below show real time and historical power generation at specific sites.





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