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Crow Canyon Specific Plan (CCSP) Update Public Review Draft
Posted on 05/13/2020

Updated: June 4, 2020

New Icon  CCSP Update Public Review Draft, released May 13, 2020

Adopted in October 2006, the Crow Canyon Specific Plan (CCSP) provides a vision for a 128-acre office and service commercial area of San Ramon that is currently underutilized, but has the potential to develop into an active, mixed use center for the community. The purpose of the Plan is to guide coordinated development that responds to citywide and regional objectives while considering the needs of the existing neighborhood. The goal is to create a pedestrian-oriented, mixed-use community that includes concentrated commercial and residential uses, while maintaining viable light industrial and service commercial uses which wish to remain.

The City is embarking on a comprehensive update to the CCSP in light of changes to the potential vision for the area as a result of the elimination of redevelopment funding sources and recent community development. The update analyzes existing conditions and economic trends, evaluate environmental impacts, and review potential land use and development standards modifications. 

  • A public participation and outreach effort began in Fall 2018. 
  • The City adopted the Draft Preferred Alternative Land Use Plan in September 2019.
  • The Public Review Draft was released on May 13, 2020.
  • On May 19, 2020, the Planning Commission held the first of a series of public hearings.
  • Review by the Planning Commission and City Council will continue through the summer with adoption of the Plan anticipated in Summer 2020.

For more information on the proposed update, contact the Planning Services Division at (925) 973-2560.