San Ramon’s planning commissioners are set to meet and discuss potential updates to the city’s Crow Canyon Specific Plan, and they hope to receive community input from residents as well, during a workshop Tuesday evening.
Originally created in 2006, the plan is being updated by the city in an attempt to encourage investment and economic revitalization in the area, while guiding the evolution of the 128- acre office and service commercial area.
“While many aspects of the 2006 vision remain valid today, a number of factors have arisen in recent years that affect the potential build-out of the plan area and its best fit within the larger community,” senior planner Cindy Yee wrote in a staff report.
Residents and business owners are invited to work with the commission on avoiding potential issues and identifying opportunities for economic vitalization within the Crow Canyon area.
Community input from the workshop will help the planning commission craft a draft preferred alternative for land-use, connectivity and urban design, which will be reviewed by the commission and City Council in January and February. A full draft of the plan is expected be made available for public review by summer 2019.
The Planning Commission’s regularly scheduled meeting is set to be hold their regularly scheduled meeting 7 p.m. Tuesday in City Hall, 7000 Bollinger Canyon Road.