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San Pablo is bordered by the City of Richmond and parts of unincorporated Contra Costa County. The City of San Pablo: The City of San Pablo San Pablo is one of the densest cities in Contra Costa County measuring 2.6 square miles, with roughly 30,000 residents. Slide4: MARKET CONDITIONS City of San Pablo BART Connectivity: BART Connectivity Slide6: Base map with existing conditions to be inserted City of San Pablo SPECIFIC PLAN STUDY AREASlide7: Goals for 23rd Street Create a Safer and Pedestrian-Friendly Streetscape Redevelopment of the Plan Area’s vacant and underutilized parcels should provide vertical mixed-use development that includes retail ground floors, with residential units on the upper floors. Identify Opportunities for Infill Development Infill development should be built at densities that support transit use and that help create a market for neighborhood-serving commercial uses. Provide Parking for Neighborhood Businesses Improve Economic Competitiveness Create Jobs and Housing Opportunities Provide Adequate Infrastructure City of San Pablo Slide8: ECONOMIC COMPETITIVENESS City of San Pablo Create Marketable Development Parcels Assist Existing Businesses Recruit New BusinessesSlide9: Existing Constraints Land Use (Current Land Ownership Patterns) Assembling small pieces of land into larger, more marketable parcels will be necessary to attract the type of development consistent with the vision and goals set forth in this Specific Plan. Nonconforming single-family homes present in the Specific Plan Area. Existing sidewalks are typically narrow and leave little room for pedestrian circulation Attracting new businesses and new development to the 23rd Street corridor has been difficult. Hilltop Mall is located within a 10 minute drive time and several of the big box retailers such as: Macy’s, Walmart, JC Penny’s are located within this center. City of San Pablo OPPORTUNITIES: OPPORTUNITIES Existing vacant and underutilized parcels City is willing to provide incentives Recent growth in residential units Between 2001 and 2007 approximately 1,000 new units have been approved for construction = Retail opportunities Easy access to freeway, AC Transit, and BART Slide11: Façade Improvement Program Street Improvements Wildcat Creek Kennedy Plaza Improvements CITY EFFORTS ON 23RD STREET City of San Pablo Slide12: FAÇADE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM City of San Pablo Slide13: STREET IMPROVEMENTS City of San Pablo Slide14: WILDCAT CREEK City of San Pablo Slide15: WILDCAT CREEK PROPOSAL City of San Pablo Slide16: COMMUNITY WORKSHOP #1 City of San Pablo Slide17: 23RD STREET SPECIFIC PLAN City of San Pablo Development Standards Uses Allowed Development Intensity Height Allowed Setbacks Site Development Noise Parking Requirements Signage Stormwater Management Development Standards : Development Standards Parking: Parking Policies in place within the Specific Plan to allow for a parking structure Existing Standards vs. Proposed Standards A parking problem is a good thing! Slide20: PROTOTYPICAL SITES City of San Pablo Slide21: BROOKSIDE DRIVE INTERSECTION WITH 23RD STREET City of San Pablo Slide22: BROOKSIDE DRIVE INTERSECTION WITH 23RD STREET City of San Pablo Slide23: BROOKSIDE DRIVE CROSS-SECTIONS City of San Pablo Slide24: BROOKSIDE DRIVE CROSS-SECTIONS City of San Pablo Slide25: City of San Pablo BROOKSIDE DRIVE SIMULATIONSlide26: City of San Pablo DOVER AVENUE SIMULATIONSlide27: PEDESTRIAN SAFETY City of San Pablo Slide28: MIXED USE DESIGN City of San Pablo Slide29: PARKING City of San Pablo Questions/ Issues to be addressed by the Panel: Questions/ Issues to be addressed by the Panel How does the City encourage development? How do you motivate property owners to form partnerships or re-develop their properties to a higher use? What incentives could the City provide? Ideas for encouraging people to get out of their cars and walk. Traffic calming methods? What methods would attract retailers? 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