Land Use and Resource Management Plan (LURMP) Update
Public Comment – 2019 Staff Draft
The Delta Protection Advisory Committee (DPAC) will hold public meetings throughout the Delta to receive comments on the staff draft of the Land Use and Resource Management Plan (LURMP). The LURMP is the Delta Protection Commission’s land use plan that guides local government land use decisions in the Delta primary zone (interior Delta). It was last updated in 2010.
2019 PUBLIC MEETINGS
February 12, 2019 at 5:30 PM
Roberts Union Farm Center, 4925 Howard Rd, Stockton, CA 95206 (MAP)
February 20, 2019 at 5:30 PM
Big Break Visitor Center, 69 Big Break Rd, Oakley, CA 94561 (MAP)
February 28, 2019 at 6:00 PM
Walnut Grove Library, 14177 Market St, Walnut Grove, CA 95690 (MAP)
Staff welcomes verbal and written comments on the staff draft at the meetings.
If you cannot attend a meeting you can still submit comments in writing until close of business March 6, 2019. Please submit comments on the document in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit delta.ca.gov/land_use/land_use_plan for more information.
- 2019 LURMP staff draft
- Current Land Use and Resource Management Plan (adopted in 2010).
- Print public Meeting Notice flyer
- LURMP factsheet
For logistical or process questions please contact:
Melinda Dorin, Program Manager
Fax: (916) 376-3962
Phone: (916) 375-4882
The Delta Protection Commission is a State agency with a mission to protect, maintain, enhance and enrich the overall quality of the Delta environment and economy. We do this with a focus on agriculture, recreation, and natural resources, while remaining mindful of the importance of the Delta to all Californians. The Commission is comprised of 15 members; 11 are local agency officials (county supervisors, city council members, reclamation district trustees) from throughout the Delta.
The Delta Protection Advisory Committee is comprised of 15 members from the Delta community who are appointed by the Commission who provide recommendations to the Commission on diverse interests within the Delta