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    2009-2012 Calendar

  • Phase I - Public Outreach

    Public Outreach 

    • April - November 2009 - Public Outreach Events
    • November 14, 2009 - Community Open House Extravaganza

    Outreach Summary Report 

    • January - February, 2010 - Develop Draft Outreach Summary Report
    • March 5 - April 19 - Circulate Draft Outreach Summary Report

    Presentation of Draft Outreach Summary Report 

    • March 8 - Present Draft Report to City Council
    • March - April - Present Draft Report to various City Commissions
    • March 31 - Public Hearing with GPUAC

    Final Outreach Summary Report 

    • April - May - Finalize Outreach Summary Report
    • May 17 - Present Final Outreach Summary Report to City Council


    Phase II - Framing and Drafting the Alternatives

     Metrics Report 

    • July - Present Draft Report to GPUAC, Planning Commission and TAC
    • August - Present Final Draft Report to GPUAC
    • September - Distribute Final Report

    Workshops to Frame the Alternatives 

    • September 25 - Senior Center
    • September 30 - Senior Center

    Charrette to Draft the Alternatives 

    • November 8 - City Council Kick-Off Workshop -  City Hall Council Chambers
    • November 11 & 13 - Charrette Workshops -  Pasadena City College, Building CC


    Phase III - Evaluating and Selecting a Preferred Alternative

    • Winter 2011 - Finalize and evaluate the alternatives
    • June 10 - July 13 - Community Survey to select a preferred alternative, or combination of alternatives
    • June 16 - Community Workshop #1 - John Muir High School, 6:30 PM
    • June 23 - Community Workshop #2 - Pasadena City College, Building CC, 2:30 PM
    • June 25 - Community Workshop #3 - Madison Elementary School, 9:30 AM
    • June 28 - Community Workshop #4 - Community Education Center, 6:30 PM
    • June 30 - Community Workshop #5 - Villa-Parke Community Center, 6:30 PM (Spanish)
    • September - Present survey results to City Council, Planning Commission, TAC and GPUAC


    Phase IV - Developing & Presenting A concept Plan

    Community Workshops on Mobility Objectives 

    • November 10 - Mobility Workshop #1 - Pasadena Senior Center, 6:30 PM
    • November 15 - Mobility Workshop #2 - Jackie Robinson Center, 6:30 PM
    • November 17 - Mobility Workshop #3 - Fair Oaks Community Room, Renaissance Plaza, 2:30 PM
    • December 13- Mobility Workshop #4 - (Spanish) Villa-Parke Community Center, 6:30 PM

    Discussion on Policies 

    • Fall 2011- Planning Commission Retreat and Study Sessions to discuss land use objectives and policies that support the guiding principles
    • Fall 2011 - Transportation Advisory Commission Study Sessions to discuss mobility objectives and policies
    • January 21, 2012 - Core Group of Commissioners' Workshop to discuss land use and mobility objectives and policies - Pasadena City College, Building CC
    •  March 10- Community Workshop on the Land Use and Mobility Policies - Pasadena City College, Circadian Room, Building CC, 9:30 AM

    Policies and Concept Map  

    • May 14 - Present policies and draft concept map to City Council
    • May 23 - Present information item to Planning Commission on the policies and draft concept map
    • May 24 - Present information item to the Transportation Advisory Commission on the policies and concept map
    • June 23 - Community Forum 1 - Pasadena City College, Creveling Lounge, Building CC, two times: 9:00 AM or 11:00 AM
    • June 26 - Community Forum 2 - Pasadena Senior Center, Scott Pavilion, 4:00 PM or 8:00 PM

    The policies and draft concept map will be refined into policy text and a land use map in summer 2012. The community will be given an opportunity to comment on the policy text. After incorporating community feedback, the policies and land use map will then be presented to advisory commissions and City Council in fall 2012.

     

    Phase V - Completing the Environmental Impact Report

    Once the plan has been reviewed by the City Council, City staff will begin the Environmental Impact Report (EIR), which is required by State law.  This will take approximately eight months to complete.  City Council will then be asked to adopt the final EIR and General Plan. 




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