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Stockton Blvd Plan Studies and Reports

Public Review Draft Stockton Blvd Plan (September 2023)

The Public Review Draft Stockton Blvd Plan, which consists of a specific plan and a neighborhood action plan, has been updated using input received on the Community Working Version Stockton Blvd Plan (Working Version). The Working Version was released in July 2022 as a work in progress. The Engagement Team (including City staff, consultants, and community members) held multiple events and provided a wide variety of methods to discuss the Plan and collect comments through the end of October 2022. 

City staff used this input to update the Stockton Blvd Plan, making it more in line with community priorities. This will lead to a more successful implementation of the Plan’s policies and actions.

The Public Review Draft Stockton Blvd Plan is now available for review and feedback until March 1, 2024.

The Public Review Draft Stockton Blvd Plan will continue to be available for viewing through the hyperlinks below:

The summary sheets include the key components on the Stockton Blvd Plan, including the executive summary, anti-displacement values, and community priorities and actions, organized by topic. The summary sheets are available in the following languages:

Community Working Version Stockton Blvd Plan (July 2022)

The Community Working Version Stockton Blvd Plan will continue to be available for viewing through the hyperlinks, below:

Community Working Version Document

 

Environmental Review Documents

Other Related Reports

Economic Context Summary: Income, Race, Education & Home Price (click to view larger image)

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Economic Context Summary: Commute Patterns, Housing Demands, Employment, & Population (click to view larger image)

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RELATED PLANS, STUDIES, AND REPORTS

City Plans and Programs

Non-City Plans and Programs

*Sacramento Regional Transit (SacRT) is currently studying feasibility for high capacity transit services with features such as dedicated bus lanes, increased frequency, and real-time data. The system’s busiest line, Route 51, runs along Stockton Boulevard, and is the first corridor being studied for such service improvements.

Stockton Blvd Planning Initiatives Map 

The below interactive map shows locations for the known City, community, and partner initiatives happening around Stockton Blvd. To open larger in a new window see the Stockton Blvd. Initiatives Map.