Survey now available; results to guide General Plan outreach efforts
Published on January 05, 2023
ORO VALLEY, Ariz. (Jan. 5, 2023) – The Town of Oro Valley invites residents of all ages to participate in a brief survey to identify the best ways to engage the community as the Town prepares for the next General Plan, which will be on the ballot in 2026. The survey, which is open now through January 26, can be taken by multiple members of the household. Click here to access the survey link or paste the URL into an internet browser: https://arcg.is/10aGrK1.
Survey participants will have the opportunity to provide an email address if they’d like to be notified of future opportunities for input and engagement on the plan. Information will also be posted on social media and on the General Plan webpage. Visit orovalleyaz.gov and search GENERAL PLAN or click here.
If you have any questions or would like to complete a paper or telephone version of the survey, please contact Milini Simms, OV Principal Planner, at 520-229-4836 or email@example.com.
What is the General Plan?
The General Plan is a community-driven, 10-year plan that includes goals, policies and measurable actions for public safety, environment, parks, water, development, housing, employment and more. The first step in updating the General Plan involves creating and adopting a Community Engagement Plan to ensure that Oro Valley residents have opportunities to share their input on Oro Valley’s future.
The current Your Voice, Our Future General Plan was ratified by voters in 2016. Extensive public outreach was conducted over three years, which resulted in an action plan that resonated with the community and was ratified by 71% of the voters. There are 310 actionable items in the current General Plan and the Town formally reports progress annually. To date, 95% of those items are either finished or anticipated for completion soon. The Parks and Recreation Master Plan, ongoing protection of large Saguaros and increased transparency of Town services are just a few achievements that resulted from the current General Plan. To read the current General plan, click here.