Urban growth boundary

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Urban growth boundary

A boundary that identifies the urban lands needed during a specified planning period to support urban development densities and separate these lands from rural lands.
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Part of the program's goal is to determine where urban-growth boundaries should be expanded to accommodate growth.
In Southern California, Ventura County citizens voted to create urban-growth boundaries that require county officials to receive voter approval to rezone agricultural and rural land outside development boundaries.
The Board of Supervisors narrowly approved the ballot language for the Agriculture Policy Working Group's recommendations for urban-growth boundaries around the county's 10 cities.