Historic Corridor Revitalization Plan

In 2009 the City of King was awarded a CalTrans Environmental Justice Grant for strategic planning for the City’s historic downtown (Historic Corridor Revitalization Plan). The Plan was adopted as an ordinance by City Council in January 2011. The Plan provides guidance and recommendations for enhancing business opportunities, jobs, shopping, streetscapes, and other community services and activities.

A major component of the Plan includes well-designed, appropriate civic improvements. As such, the Plan evaluates circulation, streetscape enhancements, and bicycle and pedestrian linkages that add value and beautify the downtown area. The Plan also proposes new development standards for the construction and renovation of downtown buildings that protect the historic character and generate investment opportunity.

A robust and inclusive public participation process drove the preparation the Plan. Community input was critical to creating a community vision that reflects the City’s history, strengthens community identity, and makes a positive visual impression.

The following links provide more information on the Historic Corridor Revitalization Plan. The Final Draft Plan can be downloaded at the link below:

Final Draft Historic Corridor Revitalization Plan

Final Draft Historic Corridor Revitalization Plan

Project Information

HCRP_Initial_Study

Plan Area Map

Stakeholder Interview Summary

Workshop I – July 29, 2009

Notice of Public Community Workshop

Workshop I Flyer – English & Spanish

Workshop I Presentation – Part 1 of 2

Workshop I Presentation – Part 2 of 2

Workshop I Results

Composite Map

Workshop II – September 23, 2009

 Notice of Public Community Workshop II

 Workshop II Flyer – English

 Workshop II Flyer – Spanish

 Workshop II Agenda

 Workshop II Presentation

Workshop II Visual Preference Survey Presentation – September 23, 2009

Workshop II Visual Preference Survey Part 1 of 5

Workshop II Visual Preference Survey Part 2 of 5

Workshop II Visual Preference Survey Part 3 of 5

Workshop II Visual Preference Survey Part 4 of 5

Workshop II Visual Preference Survey Part 5 of 5

Workshop II Visual Preference Survey Handout Part 1 of 2

Workshop II Visual Preference Survey Handout Part 2 of 2

Workshop II Draft Maps – September 23, 2009

Draft Vision Diagram Map

Draft Concept Plan 1: Traditional Map

Draft Concept Plan 2: Optimal Map

Draft Circulation Map

Visual Preference Survey Results

Workshop II Summary

Vision Statement and Guiding Objectives/Declaracion Visual y Guias Objetivas

Workshop II Visual Preference Survey Results: Ranking Graph

Workshop II Visual Preference Survey Results: Percentages Graph

Workshop III – January 27, 2010

Workshop_flyer_III_(english)

Workshop_flyer_III_(spanish)

Workshop III Agenda

Workshop III Presentation Part 1: Review, Concept Plans, and Form-Based Codes

Workshop III Presentation Part 2a: Circulation and Streetscapes

Workshop III Presentation Part 2b: Circulation and Streetscapes Continued

Draft Concept Plan

How can I be involved in the Plan process?

The City strongly encourages everyone to participate in the public outreach program. A number of Community Workshops will be conducted throughout the Plan’s preparation. This page will be continually updated with participation opportunities. The next Community Workshop is Wednesday, September 23, 2009 at 6pm.  The Workshop will be held at the Salinas Valley Fair (625 Division Street, King City).

How can I get on the mailing list?

Please submit an email or write a letter as follows:

  Maricruz Aguilar-Navarro, Assistant Planner
  City of King Community Development Department
  212 S. Vanderhurst Avenue
  King City, CA 93930

  or email: maguilar@kingcity.com

How can I get more information on the Plan?

You may contact Maricruz Aguilar-Navarro at 831.386.5916 between the hours of 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Thursday.