Direct a majority of projected new residential and employment growth to the Regional Transit Districts in accordance with the Growth Policy Map and the Growth Management Goals set forth in Table 17.
Limit the expansion of public water and sewer outside the Growth Boundary in Rural and Agricultural Areas.
Use Plan 2035, including the Growth Policy Map and Center Classification System, to guide the development of land use policies for all future master and sector plans, functional plans, and other County planning documents.
Phase new residential development to coincide with the provision of public facilities and services.
Implement the Growth Policy Map through coordinated multimodal transportation and mobility planning and programs.
Support new employment growth in Employment Areas in accordance with the Growth Policy Map and the Growth Management Goals.
Limit future mixed-use land uses outside of the Regional Transit Districts and Local Centers.
Strengthen and enhance existing residential areas and neighborhoods in the Plan 2035 Established Communities.
Limit the expansion of new commercial zoning outside of the Regional Transit Districts and Local Centers to encourage reinvestment and growth in designated centers and in existing commercial areas.
Retain Future Water and Sewer Service Areas in water and sewer categories S5 and W5 until additional residential development capacity is needed to meet growth projections.
Preserve and protect the Rural and Agricultural Areas to conserve agricultural and forest resources.
Participate in regional planning activities to enhance collaboration, coordination, and implementation. Regional issues include employment, transportation, sustainability, health, air quality, climate change, workforce and affordable housing, food system planning, infrastructure, water quality, and land use.