The Garvey Avenue Corridor Specific Plan establishes new land uses and development standards for the planning area to guide redevelopment and new construction, replacing those currently adopted in the city's zoning code and general plan; identifies infrastructure needs for the planning area with respects to streets and parking, water supply and conveyance, wastewater conveyance and treatment, urban runoff, solid waste disposal, recreational facilities, schools, electricity, natural gas, and telecommunications; identifies conceptual designs for locations identified as opportunities for near-term development; and identify vacant and underutilized land that is anticipated to be redeveloped over the life of the plan. It is estimated the specific plan will support development of 1,048 dwelling units and an additional estimated population of 2,710 residents.
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