It’s time to update the Town’s General Plan, and we’re calling in the experts: you!

The General Plan is the overarching document that guides the growth and development of Tiburon over the next 20 years, addressing issues like land use, housing, open space, conservation, parks and recreation, transportation, and environmental hazards. The General Plan lays out policies that will shape how the Town will look and feel in the future.

We are embarking on a two-year process that will provide plenty of opportunities for community members to get involved and voice their opinions.

Check back here often for:

  • Notifications of upcoming workshops and meetings
  • Surveys where you can share your point of view
  • Recordings of webinars and meetings
  • Background information on key issues and policy alternatives
  • Links to documents and resources

We want to hear about what you value most about Tiburon and how you’d like the Town to change – or stay the same – over the next 20 years.

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Overview of the General Plan Update Process

General Plan Update Timeline

The General Plan update process will take about 2 years.
Here are the major phases, activities, and milestones of our timeline.

  • Website
  • Social Media
  • Mailer
  • Community Survey
  • Stakeholder Interviews and Focus Groups
  • Meetings with Commissions and Town Council
  • Staff Evaluation of Existing General Plan
  • Background Reports
  • Community Workshops on Topic Areas
    • Open Space, Conservation, Parks & Recreation, and Safety
    • Sea Level Rise
    • Housing and Land Use
    • Downtown
    • Mobility and Noise
  • Community Surveys
  • Meetings with Commissions and Town Council
  • Draft the General Plan
  • Draft Environmental Impact Report
  • Open House
  • Meetings with Commissions and Town Council