What is the Oversight and Outreach Committee?

The Oversight and Outreach Committee (OOC) is a Brown Act body appointed by the City Council to:

  • Provide advisory input and recommendations to the project team regarding the outreach process and draft Master Plan materials and submittals;
  • Guide and keep the project process on track to meet the key milestones; and
  • Reach out to community members to share content and encourage participation at community engagement activities such as workshops, meetings, and other planning activities.

The OOC comprises 11 members: two at-large members, two members of the City Council, three members from local organizations, and one member from each of the following City commissions:

  • Complete Streets Commission
  • Planning Commission
  • Environmental Quality Commission
  • Parks and Recreation Commission

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1. What are the goals of the Transportation Master Plan?
2. What is the purpose of the Transportation Master Plan, and why is it needed?
3. What is the Oversight and Outreach Committee?
4. How much would it cost to construct the citywide improvement recommendations project list and how will the city get funding for them?
5. What is the transportation impact fee and why is it needed?
6. Will the community have a chance to provide feedback on the citywide improvement project list and/or suggest new projects to be included on the list?
7. What are the prioritization criteria used for project ranking, and will the community have a chance to provide feedback on how projects will be prioritized?
8. The project list has many transportation related acronyms, terminology and technical terms. How can the city make this easier to understand?