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In October 2007, the City of Santa Rosa adopted the Downtown Station Area Specific Plan. Centered on a proposed Sonoma Marin Area Rail Transit (SMART) station site and encompassing most of Santa Rosa's Downtown, the Specific Plan defines the framework for future development in the Plan area. A priority implementation step called for by the Specific plan is the development of Street Furniture Palettes. The Specific Plan defines a "palette" as a group of predetermined specifications that will be applied along individual corridors or in individual sub-areas within the Specific Plan area. The Palettes provide guidance for street furniture purchases in association with new development and capital improvements projects, and for purchases made by both the public and private sectors. The Specific Plan identified seven unique sub-areas within is approximately ½ mile of the SMART station site. The two sub-areas for which Street Furniture Palettes have been prepared at this time are the Courthouse Square and Railroad Square commercial districts.
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