The San Ramon City Council and Planning Commission are set to consider an update on the upcoming regional housing needs allocation (RHNA) cycle during a special joint meeting Tuesday evening.
City staff will provide an update on RHNA numbers, which mandates how many homes Bay Area cities must allow to be built in order to accommodate the growing need for homes in the state.
After discussing RHNA, council members and commissioners are also slated to review an updated development proposal for the Bishop Ranch property.
That proposal, referred to by city staff as "Bishop Ranch 6," would develop the west side of Camino Ramon, between Norris Canyon Road and Executive Parkway and would include a blend of retail, commercial and housing developments.
The City Council and Planning Commission's special joint meeting is set to begin at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday (Feb. 23). Residents can view that meeting on the city's YouTube page or Zoom using webinar ID 967 7114 6442.
Interested residents can make a comment during the meeting via Zoom by clicking the "Raise Your Hand” button when public comment is being taken on the agenda item.
Residents can also submit public comments via email to [email protected] Comments must be sent prior to 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday and include "Public Comment 2/23/2021" in the subject line.
In other business
* After its special meeting, the City Council is set to reconvene later in the evening for its regularly scheduled meeting, where representatives from its local and regional advisory boards will provide status updates on their activities over the past year.
Council members will hear annual reports from the city's Library Advisory Committee, its Transportation Advisory Committee and another from San Ramon's representative on the Contra Costa Transportation Authority.
Each committee will have a representative on hand to review their groups activities achieved over the past year and to touch on future goals and projects.