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Adeline Corridor Specific Plan 

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News and Updates 

  • The Adeline Corridor Specific Plan, General Plan and zoning amendments, and environmental review documents were adopted by the City Council on December 8, 2020. The Plan and related documents can be found below.
  • Related planning initiatives - Ashby and North Berkeley BART Station Planning - Planning is underway to re-imagine the Ashby and North Berkeley BART stations as vibrant places that include housing, open space and community amenities. For more information about this planning process to develop zoning standards that conform to Assembly Bill 2923 and other site development parameters, visit the project webpage: www.cityofberkeley.info/bartplanning

Adeline Corridor Specific Plan 

The Adeline Corridor Specific Plan articulates a community vision and planning framework that will serve as a guide for the City and other public agency decision-makers, community members and other stakeholders over the next 20 years. The Adeline Corridor Specific Plan Area (“Plan Area”) is located in the southern portion of the City of Berkeley and extends approximately 1.3 miles north from the Berkeley/Oakland border along Adeline Street and a portion of Shattuck Avenue. It serves as an important gateway to Berkeley’s Downtown (to the north) and to Oakland (to the south).

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The goals, policies, and strategies in this Plan are grounded in the reality that no single plan for a limited geographic area can comprehensively address all of the issues faced by a community. At the same time, a planning document like a Specific Plan is one of the best tools we have to directly and explicitly state a vision for the community and enact mechanisms to achieve it. Long-term success of the plan will rely not only on the City and other public agencies that fund and maintain public improvements and services, but on the people who live, work, and visit here. This is a community plan to support a community vision. 


Plan Documents 

The Adeline Corridor Specific Plan, General Plan and zoning amendments, and environmental review documents were adopted by the City Council on December 8, 2020Links to the approved documents and effective dates (if applicable) are listed below.

Per Resolution No. 69,642-N.S, the following documents were adopted or certified by City Council:


Previous Reports 


Related Past Plans  


 Contact  

 If you have any questions about the Adeline Corridor Specific Plan, please email the Planning and Development Department at planning@cityofberkeley.info.
 

 

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