A final neighborhood meeting will be held from 6:30-8:30 p.m. tonight in the Pleasanton Civic Center for the public to comment on a draft Specific Plan on possible land uses on largely undeveloped land in east Pleasanton.
The 1,110-acre site is east of Valley Avenue and extends north of the Union Pacific Railroad tracks to the Livermore city limits.
The purpose of the Specific Plan is to guide and coordinate the basic land use pattern, development and design, roadways and other public infrastructure, environmental protection, financing, and implementation requirements for development of the area.
The meeting, to be conducted by the East Pleasanton Specific Plan Task Force, will be held in the City Council chamber, 200 Old Bernal Ave.
This meeting will be held in advance of a City Council discussion on May 19 about whether to continue the planning process in light of the current water shortages in the state.
The current draft of the Specific Plan is available on the City's website at
For more information, contact Shweta Bonn, the city's Senior Planner, by phone at (925) 931-5611 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org/
If you would like to mail your comments regarding the Draft Specific Plan, send them to:
Shweta Bonn, Senior Planner, City of Pleasanton Planning Division, P.O. Box 520, Pleasanton, CA 94566.