||Azusa's General Plan
||Azusa’s general plan (2004) contains a number of integrated, well-illustrated elements, including a chapter on the built environment that prioritizes walkability, street connectivity, and mixed use.
||Chula Vista's Land use and Transportation Element
||Chula Vista’s land use and transportation element (2005) includes access to healthy foods, walkability, pedestrian and bicycle safety, and a jobs-housing balance.
||Mountain View General Plan Update 2030
||Mountain View's general plan update (adopted 2012) incorporates community health and well-being into each of the required seven elements. Health related goals and policies encourage complete and safe neighborhoods, and increased access to open space, healthy foods, medical services, public transit, safe active transportation and affordable housing. The update has spurred adoption of pedestrian and transportation master plans. Mountain View was one of the first CA cities to utilize the general plan update to prioritize its commitment to health.
||Paso Robles General Plan 2003
||Paso Robles’ general plan (2003) includes detailed land use and circulation elements that prioritize walkability, mixed use, and development along a transportation corridor.
||Watsonville's General Plan 2005
||Watsonville’s general plan (2006) contains new health goals in several elements. The land use element includes a goal to help convenience stores carry fresh produce. The transportation and circulation element includes the goal of providing bus access to grocery stores. The plan also includes goals to work with local organizations to support nutrition and exercise-related activities, the farmers’ market, and community gardens in a section titled “A Diverse Population.