You are invited:
Why: Refine the vision, standards, community spaces and amenities for the Vallco Special Area.
Event flyer and information is here.
HIghlight of events:
Sunday, 5/20, Open House, 4 pm to 7 pm, Cupertino City Hall lobby
Monday, 5/21, Open House, 4 pm - 6 pm, Cupertino City Hall lobby
Monday, 5/21, Presentation, 6 pm - 7:30 pm, Cupertino Community Hall
Tuesday, 5/22, Open Studio, 4 pm - 7 pm, Cupertino City Hall EOC room
Tuesday, 5/22, Special guest: Fremont Union High School District, 5:30-7 pm, Cupertino Community Hall
The District's event flyer, "The Impact of a Vallco Development on School Funding and Enrollment" is available here.
Wednesday, 5/23, Open Studio, 10 am - 1 pm, Cupertino City Hall EOC room
Wednesday, 5/23, Open House, 4 pm - 7 pm, Cupertino City Hall lobby
Thursday, 5/24, Presentation, 6 pm - 7:30 pm, Cupertino Community Hall
In person: The lobby display will be available during business hours starting at 7:30 am to 7 pm.
By email: email@example.com.
What's after the Charrette 2? June 4th study session.
City staff and city's consultant team will present a report of the work done so far to City Council at a study session on Monday, June 4th at 4 pm, Community Hall. From there, this will assist our team in concisely working on next steps.
What is a Specific Plan?
The specific plan creates objective standards and rules of development, such as heights, massing, building locations, public spaces and location of uses. The plan would include graphics to illustrate the standards and rules. In creating a specific plan, the community, the City and its consultants are not designing the project. Like the Cupertino Municipal Code, which contains development rules for other neighborhoods, these rules would apply to the current owner of Vallco and any future owner or owners. It helps the city prepare for the future, regardless of ownership.
Your comments and questions welcomed
The first draft of specific plan program and design options, presented on 4/13/2018, are now posted on the project website: www.envisionvallco.org
Each option requests comments and questions, which will help us refine the drafts for charrette 2 and create information for frequently asked questions, as the dialogue and work needed continues.
Why is the city's specific plan process more important than ever, even though the city received an SB 35 application from the developer?
The Specific Plan creates an ongoing opportunity for negotiation of design details, a development agreement and community amenities. There is no path for negotiation in the SB 35 application process. Community members are encouraged to continue to stay engaged in the design and planning process of the Vallco Special Area.
There will be many more opportunities for you to be involved and share your comments, thoughts and ideas. Consider signing up for e-notifications to receive timely updates via email. You can also sign up on the new project website http://envisionvallco.org for more updates.
Please be advised that pursuant to Cupertino Municipal Code 2.08.100, written communications sent to the Cupertino City Council, Commissioners or City staff concerning a matter on the agenda are included as supplemental material to the agendized item. These written communications are accessible to the public through the City's website and kept in packet archives. You are hereby admonished not to include any personal or private information in written communications to the City that you do not wish to make public; doing so shall constitute a waiver of any privacy rights you may have on the information provided to the City.
Project Archive - Past meetings/documents
For archived information on this project, please visit the archive webpage by clicking here: Vallco Specific Plan Archive.