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The Pleasanton Downtown Specific Plan, first adopted in 1989, aims to further develop and preserve Downtown Pleasanton. The Plan is the City’s guide for land use, housing, circulation, environmental, and economic development policies for Downtown Pleasanton. In 2016, the City Council authorized the Downtown Specific Plan update. An update of the plan will result in the reflection of our goals for development, investment in public goods such as sidewalks and bicycle lanes, and preservation.
Key issues that the plan will address include:
– The most desirable mix of land uses, including residential, retail, and office uses throughout the Downtown Specific Plan area, including ground floor uses along Main Street that encourage pedestrian activity and strengthen the economic base and vitality of Downtown Pleasanton.
– Design improvements throughout the Downtown Specific Plan area.
– Future development opportunities for the Civic Center site.
– Connections from Main Street to side streets.
– Multi-modal mobility in the Downtown area (movement of cars, buses, bicycles, and pedestrians).
An online survey has been created to collect opinions related to land use and design for First Street, Main Street, Peters Avenue, Division Street, and the Civic Center.
The survey can be found here: https://ptowndtown.org/survey/. The survey will be open until November 12th.
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