Pinole's General Plan

General Plan

California state law requires every city and county to adopt a general plan for its future development. A general plan serves as a blueprint that "guides the physical development of the city and any land outside its boundaries which bears relation to its planning" (Gov't Code Section 65302). As a "constitution for future development," the City's General Plan expresses Pinole's development goals and creates a framework for public policy relative to the distribution of future land uses, both public and private.

The current General Plan was adopted in 2010. The City will continue to periodically review and update the General Plan to reflect changing conditions and to ensure it remains a useful tool for guiding City policy and development.

Complete General Plan
Click here to download the complete General Plan as a single file.