City Council has directed staff to develop an East Whisman Precise Plan to implement the 2030 General Plan goals and policies for the area and study new residential land uses in the area. The General Plan identifies East Whisman as a highly-sustainable, transit-oriented employment center with a diversity of land uses.
The new Precise Plan will include development standards, such as building setbacks and height limits, allowed land uses, urban design guidelines, and will identify new public improvements for the area.
PUBLIC DRAFT EAST WHISMAN PRECISE PLAN
The Public Draft East Whisman Precise Plan is available for public comment. The EPC and City Council will review the public draft at the upcoming meetings identified below.
Please send comments regarding the Plan to Eric Anderson, Project Planner, by email or phone at (650) 903-6306.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the East Whisman Precise Plan is available for review and comment by the public and all interested persons, agencies and organizations for a period of 45 days, ending July 22, 2019. All comments must be received by that date.
Comments may be provided in writing to:
Eric Anderson, Senior Planner
Mountain View Community Development Department
500 Castro Street, PO Box 7540
Mountain View, California 94039
Comments may also be provided at the EPC and City Council Study Sessions below.
The following upcoming public meetings on the Precise Plan are tentatively scheduled to discuss the Public Draft.
Details on the public meeting time, location, and agenda are available online by 5 p.m. the Friday prior to the meeting date at Current City Council Agendas for City Council meetings and EPC Agendas for Environmental Planning Commission meetings.
The Precise Plan process will take approximately 2.5 years and will include a series of community workshops, public meetings and hearings, and environmental review in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) - see the tentative project schedule.
To get input on the development of a new Precise Plan, the City hosts community workshops to engage interested community members in the long-term vision for the area, including property owners, residents, businesses, employees, and other interested individuals.
To receive e-notifications of upcoming meetings, workshops, and available materials on this Precise Plan, please create an account (or login to an existing account) at MyMV and select Public Meetings - East Whisman Precise Plan.
The following public meetings on the project have occurred:
|Study Sessions on Visioning and Land Use|
|Study Sessions on a Preferred Land Use Alternative|
| Public Hearing on Precise Plan EIR Assumptions and Scope of Work
|Study Sessions on Neighborhoods and Conceptual Circulation Networks|
|Study Sessions on Character Areas, Height/FAR, Affordable Housing, Jobs/Housing Linkage|
|Study Sessions on Additional Residential Areas, Neighborhood Commercial, Open Space, Transportation|
|Study Sessions on Residential/Office Partnerships, School Strategy, Parking, Office Trip Reduction|
| Study Sessions on the Public Draft Precise Plan
A Program-level Environmental Impact Report (EIR) will be prepared for the Precise Plan in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). The EIR will analyze environmental impacts of the proposed development growth being considered in the Precise Plan and General Plan Amendment for new residential land uses. As more information is available, it will be posted online.
Please contact Eric Anderson, Senior Planner, by email or phone at (650) 903-6306 for more information or questions.