The City of Stockton Community Development Department will host community meetings and gather information through a planning process collectively identified as Shape Stockton. These planning efforts will create specific Neighborhood Action Plans for the South Airport Way Corridor, Little Manila/Gleason Park, and Cabral/East Cabral based on an analysis of needs and constraints and establish design and development standards. The action plans will focus on eliminating barriers to housing construction and recommend actions and strategies for each neighborhood.
The Development Code Overhaul and Objective Design Standards will be processed together and significantly modify the City's zoning code standards (design and property use) used for entitlement, business license, code enforcement, and building permit reviews. The Design Standards go beyond zoning requirements to provide specific requirements on building orientation, architecture, and onsite amenities.
The Housing Element Update is required by state law and outlines the City’s housing policies, demographics, and housing capacity sites necessary to fulfill the City’s Regional Housing Needs Allocation (RHNA). The Housing Action Plan (HAP) is an original planning document that creates a user manual to encourage housing development of all types in Stockton and will serve as a strategic plan to identify housing priority sites and outline recommendations for further action. It is a “toolkit” to encourage housing production, both affordable and market-rate.
Neighborhood Action Plans are being developed for the South Airport Way Corridor, Little Manila/Gleason Park, and Cabral/East Cabral. Planning efforts will focus on eliminating barriers to housing construction and will result in recommended actions and strategies for each Neighborhood Area.
To connect with Shape Stockton, please use the Contact Us page.
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This City of Stockton web page last reviewed on --- 9/20/2022