Using the Library

The Library menu is organized as the repository of information that has been prepared to support the Land Use and Circulation Elements Update.  The materials located here consist of maps, documents, handouts/presentations, etc. that have been used during the planning process. These materials are typically provided in an Acrobat (PDF) format for ease of downloading. The topical areas contained in the Library consist of:

  • Using the Library.  This is the page you are currently reading.
  • Project Documents.  Select this menu and you will be presented with buttons representing the following types of documents.  Clicking any of these buttons will guide you through finding the document you are looking for.
    • Meeting Materials.  These are the materials provided to attendees at meetings/workshops that will be held throughout the planning process.
    • Newsletters.  During the General Plan Update, four newsletters will be prepared to keep the community up-to-date at significant points in the development of the Update.
    • Documents / Reports.  These are the draft reports that have been prepared for the respective tasks of the planning process. The documents are organized in chronological order.
    • Maps.  These are typically provided in an 8.5" x 11" format for ease of printing for all interested individuals. The maps are organized in alphabetical order.
  • Quick Links.  These are the website links to pertinent reference information related to the San Luis Obispo General Plan Update project. The links are organized in alphabetical order.


Documents on this website are stored as Adobe Acrobat® PDF files. This file type ensures that what you see is the same as the printed version. PDF files can be viewed using the Adobe Acrobat® Reader, which is typically installed on your computer when it was purchased. If you do not have the Acrobat® Reader, you may download it for free from the Adobe website by clicking the button on the right.

Document titles will highlight when you move your mouse over their title. Left-click once and the selected file will open. Right-click to save the file to your computer.