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Upcoming Events

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Past Events

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September 2021: Action Item on the LRDP at September Regents

  • Finance and Capital Strategies Committee Action Item
  • Regents Action Item
  • September Regents Agenda

  • July 2021: Informational Update on the LRDP at July Regents

  • Past Regents Meetings

  • February 2021: Draft EIR Public Hearings

    March/April 2020: EIR Scoping Session

  • Presentation Slides
  • Live Stream Recording (March)
  • Live Stream Recording (April)

  • December 2019: Proposed Land Use Map Presentations

  • Presentation Slides
  • Announcement Flyer
  • Public Events

    October 2019: Land Use Planning Workshops

  • Presentation Slides
  • Public Events

    Fall 2018: Public Survey and Online Visioning Activity

  • Map-based web-application designed to collect feedback on three initial land use scenarios.

  • Spring 2018: Public Workshops

  • Public meetings focusing on currents concerns around Housing, Water, Transportation, Infrastructure, and Sustainability

  • Background

    UC Santa Cruz began the planning process for the LRDP in fall 2017 by conducting a series of meetings and interviews with campus and community stakeholders. The planning process was steered by the LRDP Planning Committee, made up of students, staff, faculty, and community members, who met approximately 18 times to review progress and shape the plan.

    UC Santa Cruz also engaged regularly with a Community Advisory Group, consisting of city, county, and community representatives, to maintain an ongoing exchange of ideas and information and explore common goals to issues that confront both UC Santa Cruz and the surrounding community.

    Expert workgroups provided technical feedback on planning efforts at critical milestones, in the areas of Ecology and the Environment, Housing and Student Life, Infrastructure and Sustainability, and Transportation. The workgroups consisted of subject-matter experts from staff, faculty and the community.

    Read more about who was involved in the process here

    In addition to structured feedback from these groups, the campus held multiple public meetings and workshops for both the campus and community for additional feedback to shape the plan.

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