Introduction

The River Road Corridor Study seeks to implement the vision of the River Road - Santa Clara Neighborhood Plan Community Advisory Committee. A full description of the vision and goals, developed over the past year by residents of the two neighborhoods, can be found here.


This questionnaire is an opportunity for you to weigh in on both high-level principles for the project and some of the early conceptual plans that were developed during the first workshop, which occurred from February 11-13, 2019.

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Design Principles
The project team developed the following design principles to reflect how the River Road - Santa Clara Neighborhood Plan vision and goals could influence corridor planning. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree that the following principles reflect the neighborhood vision and should be used to guide corridor planning.

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* 1. Foster Neighborhood Centers (create centers of activity along River Road)

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* 2. Provide Bike and Pedestrian Access to the River (across River Road and to the river greenway)

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* 3. Create a Network of Green Space (connect parks and open space with a network of green streets, which are streets that give priority to walking, bicycling, and open space through the use of traffic-calming techniques, landscaping, and high-quality pedestrian and shared-street amenities)

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* 4. Promote Community Gathering Spaces (places to meet neighbors, friends and family, in indoor and outdoor settings)

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* 5. Centers & Not-Centers (plan for quieter, less active places between neighborhood centers)

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* 6. Buffer Existing Uses (provide privacy and transition between new and existing development)

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* 7. Support 20-Minute Neighborhoods (access to daily needs within a 20 minute walk)

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* 8. Are there any principles you would add, change, or delete?

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