The General Plan is a comprehensive, long-term plan for the physical development of the community. It represents the City's determination of the amount, type, and timing of development needed to achieve the City's social, economic, and environmental goals.
Morgan Hill 2035 General Plan
- General Plan (PDF - 25MB)
- Ordinance No. 2229 N.S. - Measure S (PDF - 26MB)
- City Council Resolution No. 16-128 Adopted July 27, 2016
- City Council Hearing Presentation July 27, 2016
- City Council Resolution No. 17-098 Adopted December 6, 2017 General Plan Land Use Map and Text Amendments. City Council Resolution No. 19-064 adopted December 18, 2019 and City Council Resolution No. 20-059 adopted November 4, 2020 amended the General Plan Land Use Map. Revised Figure CNF-3 Land Use Map.
Annual Progress Reports (APR)
- Annual Progress Report 2021 (City Council, March 16, 2022)
- Annual Progress Report 2020
- Annual Progress Report 2019 (Accepted by the City of Morgan Hill Planning Commission on March 10, 2020)
- Annual Progress Report 2018 (City Council Resolution 19-015, March 20, 2019)
- Annual Progress Report 2017 (City Council Resolution 18-021, March 7, 2018)
- HCD 2017 APR Summary Table - Santa Clara County (June 1, 2018)
Certified Housing Element (2015-2023)
The Housing Element of the General Plan is a comprehensive statement by the City of Morgan Hill of its current and future housing needs and proposed actions to facilitate the provision of housing to meet those needs at all income levels.
- Housing Element Update Adopted February 18, 2015 (PDF)
- Appendices (PDF)
- Initial Study and Negative Declaration (PDF)
- Draft Health & Safety Element Update (PDF)
Monterey Road Corridor Study
The City of Morgan Hill conducted a preliminary analysis of land use development types along Monterey Road from the beginning of Morgan Hill beyond Tennant Avenue (Downtown is being excluded).
Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) Congestion Management Program Reports
VTA is required by California State statute to monitor roadway traffic congestion and the impact of land use and transportation decisions on a countywide level, at least every two years and requires reports from individual cities and counties on development activities within their Spheres of Influence (SOI). The City submitted reports for the following years: