The Long Range Planning Division keeps track of existing and planned land uses down to the parcel level
with geographic information system. This information is updated quarterly and is utilized for a variety of
purposes including but not limited to economic and population estimates as well as projections, land use
analysis for existing and future developments, and as a source of reference for information.
Existing Land Use
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Staff uses several techniques to determine the existing land use of a parcel including site visits, aerial photographs, researching
and contacting property owners and building permits. This data is maintained and tracked in GIS. Scroll further down to view data
associated with the following graph.
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Build-out land uses are ultimately determined by the City's General Plan, but are further defined by adopted area plans, zoning districts and preliminary development plans that may have been approved for a property. Build-out land uses are not final as they would be affected by any amendments to previously adopted area plans, zoning districts and preliminary development plans. Scroll further down to view data associated with the following table.