San Jose Urban Villages: Past, present & future

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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Library, Room 225

150 E San Fernando St

San Jose, CA 95112

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Mark your calendars for Saturday, March 4, when San Jose State University’s Department of Urban and Regional Planning and the Urban Planning Coalition convene their sixth annual Symposium on the SJSU campus.

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The symposium will focus on the development of urban villages in San Jose, one of 12 major development strategies in the Envision San José 2040 General Plan adopted in 2011.

Urban villages are walkable, bicycle-friendly, transit-oriented, mixed-use settings that provide both housing and jobs in support of the General Plan’s environmental goals. You can read more about San Jose’s urban villages at http://bit.ly/2lZbunI or watch a 4-minute video at https://youtu.be/81uSC06nDQI.

Panel discussions will address economic development, housing, and transportation related to urban village development in San Jose, with a common emphasis on progress — past, present, and future.

Breakfast, refreshments, and lunch provided with registration.

For more information, contact Ali Skapyak at sanjoserep@norcalapa.org

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Meet the Panels & Panelists:

Introduction: Leila Hakimizadeh / San Jose Department of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement

Housing Discussion:

  • Scott Lefavor / Cabouchon Properties, LLC
  • Alex Shoor / Shasta Hanchett Park Neighborhood Association
  • Ray Hashimoto / HMH Engineers

Transportation Discussion:

  • Adam Burger / VTA
  • Doug Moody / City of San Jose
  • John Davidson / City of Santa Clara

Economic Development Discussion:

  • John Tu / City of San Jose
  • Daniel Harris / Knight Foundation
  • Jason Su / San Jose Downtown Association
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150 E San Fernando St

San Jose, CA 95112

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