Preserving Pleasanton's Planned Progress

We need your help to STOP MASSIVE SPRAWL in Pleasanton - The BIGGEST Residential Development EVER in Pleasanton

Attend one of these City sponsored meetings:


  • April 23, Thursday 6:30 pm, Multipurpose Room, Donlon Elementary School, 4150 Dorman Rd., Pleasanton
  • April 29, Wednesday @ 6:30 pm, City Council Chambers, 200 Old Bernal Avenue
  • May 27, Wednesday @ 7:00 pm, Planning Commission Meeting, City Council Chambers, 200 Old Bernal Avenue


 

HERE IS WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE PROPOSED EAST PLEASANTON SPECIFIC PLAN (EPSP)

1.     The base/preferred plan is for 1300 new houses; 1.6 million sq. ft. of industrial/retail space
2.     Creates a 4-lane extension of El Charro Road from Stoneridge Rd.at HWY 580 to Stanley Blvd.
3.     Includes expansion of 112 acres outside of the voter-approved Urban Growth Boundary (UGB)
4.     Plans include some homes and a school, within the Livermore Airport Protection Area!
5.     Encroaches on Zone 7 land critical for drinking water storage and flood control.  Just say NO.

HERE'S HOW THE PROPOSED EPSP WILL IMPACT OUR CITY
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SCHOOLS:    - 1300 NEW students (per PUSD Demographer’s report April 2015)
                        - Developers may offer a K-5 school
                        - No capital money for our cash-strapped middle schools or high schools
TRAFFIC:      - Will create a traffic nightmare with 29,000+ new car trips per day on Pleasanton Streets
                       - Encourages cut-through traffic from southbound drivers on 580, Dublin and San Ramon                                       - 1300 new homes will create traffic logjams on First St, Valley, Bernal and more.
WATER:         - Pleasanton taxpayers are spending $19 million for recycled water/purple pipe systems so                        - YOU can have more drinking water, not 1300 new homes.
                       - This is not the time to add to our limited water supply problems.
HEALTH:       - Our valley is  “non-attainment” for national and state ozone levels, and small particulate standards.
                       - Located near noisy and dirty industrial gravel mining companies, in use until 2040+.

THE EPSP IS POOR PLANNING FOR PLEASANTON BECAUSE IT:
                        - Isn’t required by state or regionally imposed housing unit requirements (RHNA)
                        - Ignores our voter-approved Urban Growth Boundary (Measure FF in 1996)
                        - Creates unsightly SPRAWL
                        - Violates the intent of our General Plan to provide a buffer between Cities


What can you do to help?
·      Tell your friends and send them to our website:  www.PleasantonVoters.com
·      Collect email addresses and forward them to us via our website’s “contact” area   

·      Like us on Facebook
·      Subscribe to NextDoor.com and select “share with all.” Tell your neighbors about the City’s meeting.
·      Email/write your concerns to the Planning Commissioners:   mhoey@cityofpleasantonca.gov
·      Email/write your concerns to the City Council: citycouncil@cityofpleasantonca.gov
·      Send Letters to the Editor:                   
                        Weekly: editor@pleasantonweekly.com
                        Independent: editmail@compuserve.com
                        TriValley Times: skhanna@bayareanewsgroup.com

 

 www.PleasantonVoters.com is a non-partisan group of Pleasanton residents with the goal of educating Pleasanton voters about new and massive development projects that may negatively affect our City.  We have defined goals of reserving ridgelines and open space, protecting our voter approved Urban Growth Boundary, and retaining the best qualities of our City for future generations.                                     

Working to:

  • Protect our Urban Growth Boundary
  • Preserve Ridgelines and Open spaces
  • Retain the best qualities of our city for future generations.