City Council Meeting
The Quality of Life Master Plan (QLMP) will be going to the City Council on November 15, 2022 at 6 p.m. The full agenda report and QLMP will be available at the following link (click here).
Purpose & Background
The Temecula 2040 Plan is a living document that reflects the vision and long-term goals of our City. As Temecula continues to grow and mature, the Temecula 2040 Plan will be a crucial part of not only maintaining our quality of life, but to take a proactive approach and identify specific community needs, goals, and possible improvements. The City of Temecula uses the Quality of Life Master Plan (QLMP) to formulate and budget Citywide projects. In addition, the QLMP is used to guide planning, investment decisions, to provide vision and continuity for the next phase of the City's journey, and for continuous process improvement in partnership with Temecula's residents.
Also referred to as "Core Values," the QLMP lists the six overarching goals for the City:
- Healthy and Livable City
- Economic Prosperity
- A Safe and Prepared City
- A Sustainable City
- Transportation, Mobility and Connectivity
- Accountable and Responsible Local Government
The above overarching goals are the priority attributes that Temecula residents desire to maintain throughout their entire lifespan. Theses goals, when met = best quality of life.
Blue Ribbon Committee (BRC)
General Plan Update Subcommittee
Mayor, Matt Rahn
Council Member, Maryann Edwards
Lanae Turley-Trejo, Planning Commission
Ross Jackson, Old Town Local Review Board
David Matics, Public/Traffic Safety Commission
Kathy Sizemore, Community Services
Eric Faulkner, REDI Commission
Gary Oddi, Bike Temecula Valley Coalition
Amy Minniear, Special Needs Community
Scott Treadway, Rancho Christian Schools
Sandy Rosenstein, Interfaith Council
Jeremy Brown, Mount San Jacinto College
Darlene Wetton, Temecula Valley Hospital
Kimberly Adams, Visit Temecula Valley
Jacob Mejia, Director of Public Affairs
Chad Pelekai, Camp Pendleton
Juan Carlos Duron, Optiforms
Aaron Petroff, Social Work Action Group
Tammy Marine, Habitat for Humanity
Teri Biancardi, Sierra Club
Carl Love, Local History
Jodi McClay, TVUSD
Brooke Nunn, Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce
|August 2, 2022||Vacant Land Workshop (City Council)|
A meeting to discuss City Owned Vacant Lands and potential City Council direction on those parcels.
|July 21, 2022||QLMP Blue Ribbon Committee #7|
The Blue Ribbon Committee discussion and wrap-up of the QLMP document.
|April 14, 2022||QLMP Blue Ribbon Committee #6|
The Blue Ribbon Committee discussion the Vision Statement and other related items
|March 15, 2022||QLMP Blue Ribbon Committee #5|
The Blue Ribbon Committee discussed one core value: 1) Equity
|February 17, 2022||QLMP Blue Ribbon Committee #4|
The Blue Ribbon Committee discussed two core values: 1) Accountable and Responsive Government and 2) A Safe and Prepared City
|January 20, 2022||QLMP Blue Ribbon Committee #3|
The Blue Ribbon Committee discussed two core values: 1) Transportation and Mobility 2) A Sustainable City
|October 4, 2021||QLMP Blue Ribbon Committee #2|
The Blue Ribbon Committee discusses two core values: 1) A Healthy and Livable City and 2) Economic Prosperity.
|August 26, 2021||QLMP Blue Ribbon Committee #1|
The Blue Ribbon Committee makes introductions, receives and overview of the Quality of Life Master Plan, as well as a summary of the Community Opinion Survey and previous City Council Workshop.
|July 20, 2021||QLMP City Council Workshop -|
This workshop was held to review the history of the QLMP, reflect on accomplishments, identify new priorities, and to discuss anticipated changes and opportunities that will shape the community’s future.
|July 13, 2021||Community Survey City Council Presentation -|
Dr. Tim McClarney from True North Research summarizes the results of the City-wide Citizen Opinion Survey. The survey results will help inform discussions and decisions made by the Blue Ribbon Committee when making updates to the plan.
Temecula 2030 (Current QLMP)
The Temecula 2030 Plan is the current QLMP masterplan that reflects the vision and long-term goals of our City.
The Temecula 2030 Plan provides the City the ability to quantify and measure our success, and is connected to the City’s General Plan, Operating Budget and Capital Improvement Program (CIP).
Quality of Life
Temecula 2030 is driven by sustaining an excellent Quality of Life in the City of Temecula. For more information, view the Quality of Life Master Plan (PDF).