SPECIAL STUDY AREAS
BERNAL PROPERTY SPECIFIC PLAN PHASES I and II
The Bernal Property Specific Plan process was conducted in two phases. Phase I focused primarily on the 198-acre "private" development portion of the 516-acre property. The Phase I Plan permits the development of 571 homes and 750,000 square feet of commercial/office floor area, and was approved by the City Council in August 2000. The Plan also provided for the subsequent dedication of the remaining 318 acres of the site (Phase II) for public use.
The Bernal Property Phase II Specific Plan was adopted by the City Council in May 2006 for the 318-acre publicly-owned portion of the property following an extensive five-year public planning process. This document establishes a vision and planning process for the development of an open space/park-like setting within which a variety of potential public and quasi-public uses are to be integrated. The final step in the Phase II Specific Plan process is for the Pleasanton citizens to consider ratification of the Phase II Plan land use component in November 2006. The Plan is available on-line by clicking on the link below.
Bernal Property Phase II Specific Plan - May 2006 (pdf)
Additional Bernal Property Information
EAST PLEASANTON STUDY AREA
HAPPY VALLEY SPECIFIC PLAN
Happy Valley Specific Plan - June 16, 1998 (pdf)
NORTH SYCAMORE SPECIFIC PLAN
North Sycamore Specific Plan - June, 1992 (pdf)
STONERIDGE DRIVE SPECIFIC PLAN
Stoneridge Drive Specific Plan - October 3, 1989 (pdf)
STONERIDGE DRIVE SPECIFIC PLAN AMENDMENT/STAPLES RANCH
Final Specific Plan - August 2010 (pdf)
DRAFT Environmental Impact Report - April 2008 (pdf)
FINAL Environmental Impact Report - February 2009 (pdf)
DRAFT Supplement to Environmental Impact Report - October 2009 (pdf)
FINAL Supplement to Environmental Impact Report - May 2010 (pdf)
VINEYARD AVENUE CORRIDOR SPECIFIC PLAN
Vineyard Avenue Corridor Specific Plan - June 1, 1999 (pdf)
The specific plan for the 384-acre Vineyard Avenue corridor was adopted by the City Council in June 1999. The plan is intended to facilitate the transition of land uses between the urbanized edge of Pleasanton to the west and the Ruby Hill development to the east. The land uses featured in the plan include a mix of single-family homes, vineyards, open space, community park, elementary school, and possible "wine country" related uses. The project related environmental analysis is contained in the approved environmental impact report (EIR).
For further information about any of the Special Study Areas, contact the Planning Division at (925) 931-5600 or E-mail to the attention of General Information. Your inquiry will be passed along to the appropriate individual.
DOWNTOWN SPECIFIC PLAN
The Downtown Specific Plan was adopted by the City Council in March 2002. This plan is intended to serve as the primary regulatory guide for preserving and enhancing the 308-acre Downtown area during the next ten years. It establishes the basic land use pattern, circulation network, infrastructure system, standards for development, environmental measures, and implementation requirements for the future. It is the result of a comprehensive update to the 1989 Downtown Specific Plan that now includes the outlying heritage residential neighborhoods.
Dowtown Specific Plan - March 5, 2002 (pdf)
For more information on the Downtown Specific Plan, contact the Planning Division at (925) 931-5600 or E-mail to the attention of General Information. Your inquiry will be passed along to the appropriate individual.
Downtown Design Guidelines - May 2006 (pdf)
Downtown Hospitality Guidelines - November 2012