Cal Poly is beginning its campus master plan update process and will hold public workshops next month to get input on how the campus should be developed over the next 20 years.
The update process is expected to take about two years and includes analyzing future building, circulation, and land use projects and needs.
“The master plan update is a crucial process that allows Cal Poly to create the infrastructure and environment necessary to support the university’s academic programs and advance its long-term vision,” said Cal Poly President Jeffrey D. Armstrong in a statement. “Given its significance, we encourage those on campus and in the community to get involved and share their input.”
The university has established six campus and community advisory committees that will provide thoughts and ideas related to policy direction.
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In addition, the public is invited to two public workshops in November to learn more about the master plan update.
The meetings are scheduled for: Nov. 5 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Kennedy Library atrium; and Nov. 15 from 10 a.m. to noon at the Ludwick Community Assembly Room in San Luis Obispo at 864 Santa Rosa St.
The feedback from the advisory committees and public workshops will help the university to assess a variety of stakeholder perspectives as it crafts the plan.
For more information about public workshops, committees, and the master plan, click here.