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In 2015 the Downtown Housing Initiative was launched to bring 10,000 new housing units in the next 10 years to Downtown Sacramento. The Downtown Specific Plan takes that initiative further by looking at growth opportunities for the next twenty years and beyond.

Through plan development, the City will highlight and evaluate opportunity sites ready for development. The City will be working with development experts, community based interest groups, and the community at large to achieve the best plan possible through engagement tools including stakeholder meetings, community workshops, and online engagement. The development of the Specific Plan will get kicked off in late summer of 2016 and finish in 2018.

Downtown Specific Plan’s Goals

  • Create a Specific Plan that paves the way for at least 10,000 places to live in the next 10 years
  • Develop a varied housing stock that reflects the diversity of Sacramento
  • Incentivize Transit-Oriented Development throughout downtown Sacramento including along the streetcar corridor
  • Remove barriers to housing development by streamlining the development and environmental review process
  • Maintain the quality of life central city residents experience and further neighborhood livability by including supporting amenities along with housing

 

City Documents

The City of Sacramento has a robust catalog of plans and studies the project team is using to develop a comprehensive Downtown Specific Plan. Below you can view the documents the project team is utilizing.