Housing--Identifies and analyzes the existing and projected housing needs for all economic segments of the community, consistent with the regional “fair share” allocation of housing needs established through a regional planning process
Circulation--Describes and provides a circulation diagram or map illustrating the location and extent of existing and proposed transportation routes, terminals, and other local public utilities and facilities.
Relationship to Capital Improvement Plans and other planning processes
Relationship to Federal Lands and Planning
Economic—provides an overview of the economy, characterizing the trends, land, and infrastructure needs that will shape the future. A set of goals, policies, and implementation measures are included to promote and sustain economic prosperity.
Energy—presents policies and programs to address energy needs, export, use, and conservation. The element provides goals, policies, standards, and implementation measures that strive for sustainable renewable energy and self-sufficiency.
Sets standards for renewable energy sites and transmission
Establishes implementing measures
Water—addresses water planning issues including water quality, storm water runoff, groundwater management, fish and wildlife, water consumption, conservation and re-use methods, and state and federal regulations.