Please note: The Urban Village Plans are policy documents which provide guidance for future development and investment within the Village boundaries, like future housing and job growth. These Plans are not development proposals and adoption of these Plans will not directly result in any physical development (demolition or construction) in the area. If and when a private property owner wishes to redevelop their land, they will be required to comply with the applicable Urban Village Plan, as well as the City’s permitting process.
Comments: If you have comments on the Draft Plan, please email me directly, and your comments will be considered and included in the public record. You may also email me any questions you may have about the Plan.
The workshop followed the same format as the English workshop.
View a summary of the Spanish Urban Village workshop.
On September 23, 2013, approximately 90 community members attended the Sherman Oaks Community Center for the second West San Carlos Urban Village community workshop. The second workshop utilized the community feedback from previous workshop and meetings with community stakeholders to present the latest direction and vision for the West San Carlos Urban Village Plan.
Complete Streets Audit and Community Engagement: West San Carlos and South Bascom Avenue Corridors, San Jose: A study conducted by Graduate Urban Planning Students at San Jose State University's Urban and Regional Planning Department on behalf of Greenbelt Alliance.
West San Carlos Opportunities and Constraints Report: An document that analyzes existing conditions in the Urban Village prepared by staff as part of the Urban Village planning process.
West San Carlos Street Bascom Avenue Economic Development Strategy: Prepared for the City of San Jose Redevelopment Agency in 2003.