The City of Pleasanton is updating our Downtown Specific Plan. This site provides up-to-date information about the project, its schedule, ways to participate, project documents, press releases, and City contacts.
Downtown is the heart of Pleasanton. In recent years, development and preservation in the Downtown has been guided by the Downtown Specific Plan adopted in 2002. The Specific Plan has been successful in its goal of improving upon the commercial and residential viability of the Downtown while preserving the traditions of its small-town character and scale. The underlying fabric of Downtown – its inviting streetscape, pedestrian-friendly scale, distinct design character and ambiance – will continue to be built on. Fourteen years after adoption of the Downtown Specific Plan, though, it is time assess the successes of the current Plan and to see if changes are needed going forward.
A successful Downtown Specific Plan reflects the ideas and priorities of the whole Pleasanton community, so we invite you to take a look around and share your vision for the future of Downtown Pleasanton. Please check back often for updates, press releases, announcements of planning meetings and other ways to participate in plan documents. Sign up for our mailing list here.
The Pleasanton Downtown Specific Plan update process consists of six main steps. See the Project Schedule for further details.
Existing Conditions, Issues, and Options
Alternatives Refinement, Financial and Fiscal Analysis
Draft Specific Plan and Public Review
Specific Plan Adoption
Project Area Map
The City Council check-in discussion will be continued on May 7, 2019 at 7pm in the Council Chambers at 200 Old Bernal.
The final Task Force meeting will not longer be on April 23, 2019. The meeting date is to to be determined, but tentatively scheduled for May 28, 2019 at 6:30pm in the Council Chambers at 200 Old Bernal.