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The Fullerton Plan

The Fullerton Plan

The Fullerton Plan, first adopted May 1, 2012, serves as Fullerton's General Plan pursuant to State law, but goes beyond California's General Plan Guidelines. The Fullerton Plan serves as a City governance tool focused on achieving The Fullerton Vision by aligning City efforts, reaching out to partners in Fullerton and the region, and engaging the Fullerton community ... read more from the Introduction.

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Revision History - Table of revisions to The Fullerton Plan since its adoption May 1, 2012


Part I: The Fullerton Vision - Introduction, Focus Areas

Part II: The Fullerton Plan Elements - Goals of the Fullerton Plan

A: The Fullerton Built Environment - Community Development and Design, Housing, Historic Preservation, Mobility, Bicycle, Growth Management, Noise 

B: The Fullerton Economy - Economic Development, Redevelopment and Revitalization

C: The Fullerton Community - Public Safety, Public Health, Parks and Recreation, Arts and Culture, Education, Community Involvement

D: The Fullerton Natural Environment - Water, Air Quality and Climate Change, Integrated Waste Management, Open Space and Natural Resources, Natural Hazards

E: Tables and Exhibits 


The Fullerton Built Environment - Tables/Exhibits for Community Development and Design, Historic Preservation, Mobility, Bicycle, Noise

The Fullerton Community - Tables/Exhibits for Public Safety, Parks and Recreation, Arts and Culture, Education

The Fullerton Natural Environment - Tables/Exhibits for Water, Air Quality and Climate Change, Integrated Waste Management, Open Space and Natural Resources, Natural Hazards

Part III: The Fullerton Implementation Strategy


Appendices Volume I

Appendix A: Consistency Table

Appendix B: Zoning Diagnostic

Appendix C: Changes to Community Development Types

Appendices Volume II

Appendix D: Economic Trends and Key Issues

Appendix E: Target Industry Analysis

Appendix F: Public Revenue Analysis

Appendices Volume III

Appendix G: Bicycle Master Plan

Appendix H: Housing Element (Adopted May 5, 2015)

Appendix I: Local Hazard Mitigation Plan

Appendices Volume IV

Appendix J: Community Outreach Notes

Appendix K - Telephone Survey

Appendix L: Meeting Minutes