Downtown Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Specific Plan
EIR - Draft EIR
Present Land Use
Neighborhood Commercial, General Commercial, Industrial Commercial, Multi-Family Residential, Mixed Use, Single Family Residential
The proposed Downtown Transit Oriented Development Specific Plan would guide future transit-oriented development in the Specific Plan area and provides for a mix of residential, employment, retail, and public uses in the downtown area and would improve access to various modes of transportation, including transit, walking and bicycling. The Specific Plan identifies sites that are underutilized and have the potential for redevelopment, infill development, and/or adaptive reuse to better serve the downtown area. The proposed project would rezone areas to facilitate the TOD infill development and provides improvements to existing circulation and a portion of one water distribution line.
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