Engage in a community conversation about the draft Downtown Specific Plan, which will pave the way for at least 10 thousand places to live in the next 10 years. Be sure to share your thoughts during the open house on Monday, October 9 from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. at New City Hall (915 I Street).
Sacramento is one of the fastest-growing cities in the state, and there is a serious need for housing to accommodate our growing population,” said Jim McDonald, Principal Planner, Community Development Department. “To address this need, the City has developed a draft Downtown Specific Plan through a year-long process of technical analysis and community input.”
Key components of the draft plan include new strategies for more affordable transit-supportive housing, expansion of bicycle facilities, a streamlined review process for housing and mixed-use projects, recommended public art locations and types, and updated urban design guidelines for Downtown Sacramento.