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Plymouth Planning Department
The Planning Department is involved in projects that range from Administrative Use Sign Permits to Updating the General Plan. Throughout this site we hope to provide information, documents, and forms that will make it easier for you to fufill your planning needs. On this site we have provided maps of the City, Planning Applications and other information we thought would be useful.
What is a General Plan?
A General Plan is a constitution for a City or County to live by. It acts as a blueprint for how the City will function and expand. In California, the General Plan consists of seven required elements, as well as any optional elements that the jurisdiction may choose to adopt. The required seven elements are: land use, circulation, housing, conservation, open space, noise, and safety.
The City of Plymouth is in discussions with Reeder Sutherland, Inc. regarding two potential residential developments outside the current city limits: the 147 acre Shenandoah Ridge project located NW of the current city limits; and the 365 acre Zinfandel project located west of the current city limits. In the future, these developments may become part of the community.
Click here to access all planning documents.
Phone Number: 209-245-6941