03 ATTACHMENT 3
City of Pleasanton
03 ATTACHMENT 3
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Agenda Report PLEASANTON. September 8, 2021 <br />Item 3 <br />SUBJECT: <br />APPLICANT: <br />PURPOSE: <br />LOCATION: <br />GENERAL PLAN/ <br />SPECIFIC PLAN/ <br />ZONING: <br />EXHIBITS: <br />P20-0989 <br />City of Pleasanton <br />Work session to review draft changes to the Housing Site <br />Development Standards and Design Guidelines, and to review and <br />discuss housing densities for residential development <br />Citywide <br />Various <br />A. <br />B. <br />C. <br />Draft Revisions to Housing Site Development Standards and <br />Design Guidelines, Redline <br />Draft Revisions to Housing Site Development Standards and <br />Design Guidelines, Changes Incorporated <br />Summary of Feedback from Self-guided Site Tour <br />STAFF RECOMMENDATION <br />Staff recommends that the Planning Commission provide feedback on the draft changes to the <br />Housing Site Development Standards and Design Guidelines (2012 Housing DG) and review <br />and discuss housing densities for residential development in preparation for upcoming <br />meetings regarding site selection for the current (6th Cycle) Housing Element Update <br />EXECUTIVE SUMMARY <br />The City of Pleasanton has initiated a process to develop an updated and expanded set of <br />objective design standards for residential development. The intent of this effort is to address <br />recent changes in State law that seek to streamline and increase housing production, focused <br />on making approval processes more routine and predictable for developers by creating <br />objective standards in lieu of discretionary review. <br />Accordingly, this effort is divided into two components: <br />•Update to the 2012 Housing DG to modify subjective standards to be objective, and to, <br />in the future, include sites that are rezoned as part of the current (6th Cycle) Housing <br />Element Update; and <br />•Establish objective standards for other types of residential development. <br />ATTACHMENT 3 <br />Planning Commission
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