Disney pitched what the Anaheim theme park resort district could look like over the next three decades, according to reports.
ANAHEIM, Calif. (KABC) -- Disney wants to expand Disneyland and it appears talks are getting serious.
According to a report published by the OC Register on Wednesday, the company laid out its long-term expansion proposal to business leaders.
Disney pitched what the Anaheim theme park resort district could look like over the next three decades, sharing immersive new lands and experiences from other parks to describe what might be possible.
No planned projects were announced.
The OC Register said Disneyland resort President Ken Potrock spoke before the OC Forum at Disney's Grand Californian Hotel about the "DisneylandForward" proposal.
The presentation served as a town hall meeting where Disneyland laid out its case to Orange County business and civic leaders detailing the tourism, tax revenue and employment benefits of the proposal.
Meanwhile, the city of Anaheim is hosting hearings to get feedback from residents.
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