Scotts Valley Town Center Specific Plan and EIR

RRM Design Group was retained by the City of Scotts Valley to prepare a vision plan to conceptualize its new town center and a specific plan, with guidelines to implement that vision. The 57-acre site is comprised of a mix of ownerships, between the City of Scotts Valley and a number of private landowners, as well as other public landowners including the federal government (which operates a post office and the regional transportation authority’s transit facility in the project area). The objective for this project is to create a downtown area, where none exists today, by integrating a mixed-use development and taking advantage of the proximity to civic uses and the transit center, encouraging non-vehicular modes of transportation. The project will strive to achieve many low-impact development goals through water-conserving drainage design alternatives, encouraging multi-modal transportation options, use of solar energy, and green design guidelines. 

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  • Adams Canyon Ranch Specific Plan
  • Agoura Village Specific Plan
  • Amador Utility Master Plan
  • Arroyo Linda Crossroads Specific Plan with Design Guidelines
  • Bailey Avenue Corridor Specific Plan
  • Big Bear Village Specific Plan Update
  • Black Lake Specific Plan
  • Burchell Hill Specific Plan with Design Guidelines
  • Capitola Village Master Plan
  • Castle Farms Specific Plan
  • Chandler Ranch Specific Plan
  • Chula Vista Urban Core Specific Plan and Design Guidelines
  • Claremont Village West Specific Plan and Design Guidelines
  • Cloisters Master Plan
  • Cloverdale Sawmill Specific Plan
  • COSCA Rancho Potrero Specific Plan Facilitation
  • Crescent City Harbor Master Plan
  • Diamond Match Mill Site Specific Plan and Design Guidelines
  • East Colorado Boulevard Specific Plan
  • East F Street Corridor Specific Plan
  • Edna-Islay Specific Plan
  • El Corazon Specific Plan
  • Foothill Boulevard Specific Plan and Design Guidelines
  • Fort Bragg Georgia-Pacific Mill Site Specific Plan
  • Fox Hills Specific Plan
  • Gilroy Downtown Visioning Charrette, Specific Plan, and Design Guidelines
  • Harford Pier Master Plan
  • Historic Calabasas Junction Master Plan
  • Huntington Beach Downtown Specific Plan
  • Huntington Park Downtown Specific Plan
  • Laetitia Vineyard Ag Cluster Master Plan
  • Laguna Ridge Specific Plan
  • Las Lomas Specific Plan
  • Lincoln East Specific Plan
  • Lincoln Village One Specific Plan
  • Los Robles Del Mar Specific Plan
  • Malibu Civic Center Specific Plan and Design Guidelines

 

  • Margarita Area Specific Plan
  • Martell Business Park Master Plan
  • Millerton Specific Plan Amendment
  • Monte Vista Village Master Plan
  • Monterey Catellus Parcels Master Plan
  • Moorpark Specific Plan
  • Mulholland Highway Master Plan
  • North 40 Specific Plan
  • North Turlock Master Plan
  • Northeast Turlock Master Plan
  • Northgate Boulevard Master Plan
  • Ponderosa Corridor Specific Plan
  • Port of Los Angeles Waterfront Master Plan
  • Port San Luis Master Plan
  • Robin Hill Master Plan
  • Samoa Strand Master Plan
  • San Luis Obispo Airport Specific Plan
  • Santa Barbara Pedestrian Master Plan
  • Santa Clarita Beautification Master Plan
  • Santa Margarita Ranch Master Plan
  • Santa Maria Downtown Specific Plan and Design Guidelines
  • Scotts Valley Town Center Specific Plan and EIR
  • Soledad Miravale III Specific Plan
  • South Folsom Specific Plan
  • South Oakdale Industrial Specific Plan
  • Southwest Fillmore Business Park Master Plan
  • Tehachapi Downtown Master Plan
  • Tehachapi Specific Plan and Design Guidelines
  • Thousand Oaks Boulevard Specific Plan
  • Turlock Beautification Master Plan
  • Twelve Bridges Specific Plan
  • UCSC Employee Housing Master Plan
  • University Village District Master Plan
  • Villages of California City Master Plan
  • West Salida Specific Plan
  • Whittier Boulevard Specific Plan Improvements
  • Woodlands Specific Plan
  • Yorba Linda Town Center Specific Plan
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