The Fullerton Plan, adopted on May 1, 2012, is a fundamental governance document that guides decision-making, actions, programs, and crafting of more specific policies for the future of Fullerton. The legal adequacy of The Fullerton Plan is significant since many City actions and programs are required to be consistent with The Fullerton Plan. The process of developing the plan has included input from many different groups and individuals and has taken several years to complete.
State law requires that General Plans address the seven topics (referred to as "Elements") of land use, circulation, housing, open space, conservation, safety and noise. A General Plan may also include other topics of local interest, as chosen by the local jurisdiction.
Review The Fullerton Plan
Review the Bicycle Master Plan and maps
Review the Climate Action Plan
Review the Draft Program EIR for The Fullerton Plan, Bicycle Master Plan, and Climate Action Plan
Connect to the 1996 General Plan - provided for reference and research.
Frequently-requested Maps from the The Fullerton Plan