The Sierra Valley Neighborhood District Plan (SVNDP) addresses this unique residential neighborhood that includes Manzanita Road, Mono Street, Lupin Street, Joaquin Street and Dorrance Drive, between Main Street and Meridian Boulevard.
Public Workshop and Listening Session
The SVNDP process was kicked off with a public workshop, held with the Planning Commission on February 23rd, 2011 to learn about the most important issues and concerns for the Sierra Valley Sites Neighborhood. Approximately 15 community members attended and shared their ideas, which focused on traffic management, parking, pedestrian safety, transit and nuisance issues like illegal dumping and noise.
The second round of public workshops for the Sierra Valley NDP were held on April 27th and 28th, in English and Spanish respectively. The workshops recapped the issues that were heard during the February 23rd meeting and during the Framework process. Participants also discussed a range of solutions and options to help address those issues. These will be the basis of the Sierra Valley District Planning Study and its recommendations.
The Public Review Draft of the Sierra Valley NDP Study was published on June 24, and was reviewed by the Planning Commission on June 29, 2011, who unanimously recommended its acceptance, with minor changes. The Town Council will review the NDP on July 20. Changes made to the Planning Commission review draft are included in redline/strikeout in the revised draft.