Draft Southside Plan
January 2000
For Public Discussion


 
Cover Page pdf

Detailed Table of Contents 


Introduction and Plan Goals
I.   Introduction
II.  A Joint City – University Plan
III.  Southside Plan Goals
IV.  Study Area Boundaries

Southside Planning Process
I. Origins of the Southside Plan
II. A Community Planning Process
III. Plan Adoption and Use

Related Planning Studies
I.  City of Berkeley Planning Studies
II.  University Plans and Studies
III. Joint City and University Planning Studies
IV.Planning Studies by Other Agencies

Land Use and Housing Element (Part 1)
I.  Strategic Statement
II. Existing Conditions
III. Development Opportunities and Constraints pdf

Land Use and Housing Element (Part 2)
IV. Objectives and Policies

Draft Land Use Element Document
V.  Summary of Current and Proposed Zoning Standard
     A. Proposed Draft CT Zoning Amendments

Draft CT Zoning Amendments
 
Transportation and Parking Element
I. Strategic Statement
II. Planning Context
III. Existing Conditions
IV. Objectives and Policies
V. Summary of Related Transportation Studies

Economic Development Element
I.  Strategic Statement
II. Existing Conditions
III. Economic Trends
IV. Objectives and Policies

Community Character Element
I.  Strategic Statement
II.  History of the Neighborhood
III. Existing Conditions
IV. Objectives and Policies

Public Safety Element
I. Strategic Statement
II. Existing Conditions
III. Public Safety through Urban Design
IV. Disaster Preparedness
V.  Objectives and Policies

Appendices
I.   Southside Design Guidelines


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