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Approved Urban Village Plans
The following is a list of Urban Villages that have City Council approved Urban Village Plans. Residential development within Urban Villages is planned to occur in phases, which are referred to as Horizons in the General Plan. The approved Urban Village Plans are listed below under its respective Horizons.

Currently, only Horizon I is open for residential development. Even though Horizon I is open, residential development may not occur in the Roosevelt Park and Little Portugal Urban Villages until the City Council has approved an Implementation Financing Plan for each Village. The Five Wounds and 24th and Williams Urban Villages that are in later Horizons will be available for residential mixed use development with the approval of an Implementation Financing Plan and the opening of its respective Horizon. Development proposals for commercial, office and other non-residential uses that are consistent with the Urban Village Plan are permitted regardless of an Implementation Financing Plan or what Horizon the development site is located within. 

Horizon I

Horizon II


Horizon III


*Residential development will not occur until City Council approves an Implementation Financing Plan. 

Updates to Previously Approved Urban Village Plans

The Roosevelt Park, Little Portugal, Five Wounds, and 24th and William Urban Village Plans were approved in 2013 by the City Council. These four Urban Village Plans are being updated to include a revised Implementation Chapter, to align policies for consistency with the General Plan, and to include minor clean-up text modifications.

Public Hearings
The Planning Commission hearing will be held on on Wednesday, October 24, 2018 at 6:30 PM. The City Council hearing will be held on Tuesday, December 4, 2018 at 6:00 PM. The meetings will be held in the San Jose City Council Chambers at 200 East Santa Clara Street, San Jose, CA 95113.

The following documents are the Urban Village Plans with the proposed changes in redline:

For the Planning Commission staff report and attachments associated with these four Urban Village Plans, visit the Planning Commission agenda for the item File No. GPT16-010.

If you have questions or comments about these four Urban Village Plans, please contact Planning Project Manager Tracy Tam at .