Anaheim City Council to host Disneyland Forward informational workshop

The Anaheim City Council will host an informational workshop for Disneyland Forward during its Tuesday meeting.

Disneyland Forward details how officials want to update and renovate the Anaheim theme park. The project will include new attractions, shops and restaurants within its existing 490-acre footprint, the Los Angeles Times reported.

Details about the plan are expected to be shared during the meeting on Tuesday. The City Council is expected to vote on the project proposal later this year, according to the Orange County Register.

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Many residents and business leaders expressed their support of the project during a planning committee workshop in October. Still, others were concerned about traffic and said the city needs more housing to accommodate an influx of workers.

The Anaheim-based resort also explained the project to the public during its community coffee events last May. The events hosted by Disney have been going on since 2022, after the company first announced its expansion intentions in March 2021.

Disneyland officials previously said they did not plan to ask the city of Anaheim for more space for the theme park extension but will create new additions to the park in the underdeveloped areas around the resort that the company already owns.

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The company has not announced how much a possible expansion would cost, but it previously stated that the endeavor would be privately funded.

While Disney hasn’t officially announced how the theme park expansion will materialize, many Disney fans have theorized that Disneyland could get “Tangled,” “Frozen” or “Zootopia” inspired lands, along with others.

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