Public Health & Safety Element Update

The Town Council adopted an update to the 2040 General Plan Public Health and Safety Element on August 16, 2023. The final documents are available below. 

State law requires all cities in California to include a Public Health & Safety Element as a mandatory component of their General Plans to reduce short-term and long-term potential threats to community health and safety and to foster a resilient local economy and natural ecosystem. The Public Health & Safety Element is required to assess, map, and mitigate various hazards to the community, including seismic activity, flooding, wildfire, and the impacts of climate change.  

Contact Information

For additional information, please contact Patrick Streeter, Community Development Director, at