DRAFT General Plan Land Use Map Updates
Use the links below to view and comment, or download, the DRAFT proposed general plan land use changes. Also provided below is an interactive map viewer portraying the current land uses prescribed by the 2000 Isleton General Plan.
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Draft proposed land use change poster:
Current 2000 Isleton General Plan land use viewer: Open full screen.
Final Opportunities, Constraints, and Vision Report
Draft Capital Improvements Plan
Welcome to Plan Isleton.
As a joint effort between Dynamic Planning + Science, Mintier Harnish, and the Delta Protection Commission, this project team aims to tackle various planning issues facing Isleton over five project phases through 2019.
These planning efforts include:
DOWNTOWN IMPROVEMENT PLAN
The Downtown Improvement Plan will focus on facade, streetscape, and parking improvements for downtown, and provide an economic development strategy for attracting investment to the community.
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN
The Capital Improvement Plan will identify and prioritize capital improvements for future implementation (e.g., streets, utilities, and community facilities).
COMMUNITY ACTION PLAN
The Community Action Plan will identify specific actions the community can take to improve quality of life, economic development, transportation, public safety, historic preservation, and more.