Present land uses vary throughout the City.
The proposed project is the Bailey Avenue Specific Plan, a document that guides the long-term development of the Bailey Avenue Corridor, which would expend the City boundaries and sphere of influence (SOI), provide a range of land uses within the Bailey Avenue Specific Plan area, and establish a permanent open space buffer that delineates the City's western edge. The proposed Specific Plan provides guidelines for a variety of housing types and densities to serve a wide range of income levels and will create public school and commercial areas. The Plan would also establish standards for commercial, office, and mixed-use centers. Additionally, the proposed Plan would include open space, parks, and recreational facilities.
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