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July 15, 2022:

Preliminary draft Specific Plans now available

Help shape the Commercial Corridors Project. Preliminary draft Specific Plans are now available for public review and comment. 

View the preliminary draft plans

Attend a workshop

July 28, 6:30 p.m.
Planning Commission Meeting
Watch the video.

August 3, 6:00 p.m.
City Council Meeting
Watch the video

Workshops will be held in the City Council Chambers at 311 Vernon St. in Roseville.

The purpose of these workshops is to inform and provide a forum for community feedback on the preliminary draft plans. 

Workshops will include a presentation by City staff and an opportunity for comments and questions from attendees. 

At their respective workshops, Planning Commission and City Council will have the opportunity to hear community feedback and provide their comments and perspectives, but no action will be taken

These workshops allow the public an opportunity to ask questions and hear community discussion. 

Make a comment

The City of Roseville is seeking community input on these drafts to help shape the goals, policies, design guidelines, and other plan contents. 

Comments will continue to be accepted throughout the process, but to ensure your comments can be incorporated into the next draft of the plans, we are asking that you share your comments by email by August 11, 2022.

View the project timeline to see other upcoming opportunities to weigh in on the plans. 

April 25, 2022:

Help shape future design guidelines

Your feedback is important and continues to be incorporated as the City of Roseville develops policies and design guidelines for development and redevelopment projects in the Commercial Corridors Project plan areas. 

A short survey was open April 25 - May 8, 2022 to get public feedback on some broad design themes. 

February 23, 2022:

Video of Virtual Community Workshop #3 
Summary of Virtual Community Workshop #3

December 14, 2021:

The latest materials for the Commercial Corridors project are available below for public review and comment.   

What's new:
We appreciate all of the engagement we had as a result of our summer outreach events, and have been hard at work on developing more materials to show you. We’ve completed draft maps of each Specific Plan showing you the existing and proposed land use and zoning designations, and have also prepared a table describing the changes we’re proposing to the kinds of developments which would be allowed. Our goal is to facilitate appropriate use of the land, not to add barriers or restrictions that will negatively impact property owners.

The changes shown on the preliminary draft maps are not final, and are subject to change based on feedback from the community.

Please also take a look at our updated Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page, which explains the basics of land use and zoning.

Share your input: 
If you have any questions, concerns, or suggestions please contact the City by email at [email protected]. We’d like to receive your feedback by January 12, 2022.

Next steps: 
Once we’ve received your feedback we may be reaching out to individuals to get clarification or to have conversations. Once all of the feedback has been considered, we will be scheduling another virtual outreach event to have a community conversation about these materials.

Atlantic Street Corridor Existing Land Use Map

Atlantic Street Corridor Existing Zoning Map

Atlantic Street Corridor Proposed Land Use Map

Atlantic Street Corridor Proposed Zoning Map

Douglas-Harding Corridor Existing Land Use Map

Douglas-Harding Corridor Existing Zoning Map

Douglas-Harding Corridor Proposed Land Use Map

Douglas-Harding Corridor Proposed Zoning Map

Douglas-Sunrise Corridor Existing Land Use Map

Douglas-Sunrise Corridor Existing Zoning Map

Douglas-Sunrise Corridor Proposed Land Use Map

Douglas-Sunrise Corridor Proposed Zoning Map

Permitted Use Table Changes

August 2, 2021:

View summaries of the virtual open house and virtual walking tour/survey.