The City of Brentwood envisions Priority Area One (PA-1) emerging as one of the city’s primary future employment centers, offering individuals and businesses access and opportunities to create high-quality jobs across a diverse array of industries. The establishment of the employment center will assist the City towards achieving its goal of a healthy jobs-to-housing balance, reducing commute times for residents, and establishing new opportunities for economic growth and employment within the city.
In addition, the City foresees PA-1’s development as a vibrant, compact, mixed-use district, focused around a transit station that will provide linkages to other eastern Contra Costa County communities and the wider Bay Area region beyond. The Priority Area One Specific Plan (Specific Plan) provides the vision and strategy to facilitate PA-1’s emergence as the city’s transit-oriented employment center.
The purpose of this Specific Plan is to enable the development of Priority Area 1 as a vibrant, compact, transit-oriented development – focused around a future multi-modal transit station, e.g., Tri Delta Transit/eBART station - and as an employment center within the City. This will be accomplished through goals, policies, regulations, and guidelines that address land use, architectural and urban design, circulation and parking, infrastructure, public services, and economic development in the Specific Plan area. The Specific Plan addresses the needs of the various users who frequent the Specific Plan area, including residents, workers, and visitors. The Specific Plan is intended to guide private development and public investment within the Specific Plan area for the next 20-25 years.
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