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Northeast Line Implementation Plan Map 

The Northeast Line Implementation Plan

Adopted on March 15, 2011, the Northeast Line Implementation Plan is a collection of actions to promote redevelopment of the light rail corridor that includes the Globe, Arden/Del Paso and Royal Oaks Stations.  The primary goal is to facilitate a mix of housing and other community serving uses that include retail, office, and other civic and community uses.  

This light rail corridor is a promising location for infill development when one considers the reemerging Del Paso Boulevard, close proximity to Downtown, generous acreage of vacant and underutilized property, and variety of transportation options. This is an implementation plan with individual implementation measures that carry out the policies and vision of more than 10 years of planning in the area (see “Previous Planning Efforts” below).

Plan Components

The Northeast Line Implementation Plan includes:People in a downtown residential area

  • Introduction
  • Existing Conditions
  • Planning Strategies
  • Urban Design Concept
  • Implementation

Council Approved Documents

  • Adopted land use and zoning maps
  • Phased Infrastructure Recommendations

Previous Planning Efforts

Contact

Marco Gonzalez, Assistant Planner
Phone: (916) 808-2027
Email: MGonzalez@cityofsacramento.org