Many of us struggle with planning for the weekend, but cities must plan thirty years into the future to marshal the resources they need. The City of Santa Rosa is in the process of writing its general plan for 2050. The city sought the public’s input during a series of community meetings held in May and June. KRCB’s Adia White attended a meeting for Spanish speakers at the Roseland Neighborhood Center and tells us about their hopes for the future.
KRCB news director Steve Mencher spoke with Supervising Planner Jessica Jones about the initial development of the plan. To listen to that story click here.
(Image: Participants write desired changes on post-it notes to provide feedback on the General Plan. Credit: Adia White)