Santa Rosa leaders want to hear what long-term changes residents want to see in their city.
The effort is part of a community-wide plan to gather feedback to update the general plan for the city.
City officials are asking residents to complete an online survey — available in English and Spanish — here.
From resiliency and sustainability to inclusivity and housing, the new plan will determine how the city will develop housing, infrastructure, community amenities and other improvements, laying the foundation for how the city will grow and change over the coming years and decades.
“General plans provide a shared vision for the future of our city,” Mayor Chris Rogers said. “They transform the neighborhoods and the environment where people live, work, learn and play.”
Residents interested in receiving additional information about the plan or in learning how to get involved in the discussion may visit SantaRosaForward.com.