DSAP - Overlapping/Abutting Plans
In addition to the Diridon Station Area Plan (DSAP), there are various other adopted plans that overlap or abut the DSAP planning area.
Click on each heading below to expand each plan to read more:
+ The Alameda [East] Urban Village Plan
The Alameda Urban Village Plan was approved by the City Council on December 14, 2016. Map of the project area, the complete plan, and summaries of outreach efforts performed as a part of the plan can be view here.
+ Park Master Plan (Greenprint)
The Park Master Plan, or Greenprint, defines goals and strategies for the City of San Jose's network of parks, trails, and community centers. Updates, community engagement opportunities, and additional information can be found here.
+ Public Art Policies & Plans
The City of San Jose has various plans and policies in effect to promote, manage, and facilitated the development of public art. More information can be found here.
+ Downtown Strategy 2000
Strategy 2000: San Jose Greater Downtown Strategy for Development, assembled expertise in economics, transportation, urban design, historic resources and other fields to draft a strategy for the San Jose Greater Downtown area. The document is available to review here.
+ Downtown Strategy 2000 EIR
As a parallel effort to the Strategy 2000 plan, a Environmental Impact Report (EIR) was prepared. To view the documentation and details of the complete EIR, click here.
+ Proposed Downtown Strategy 2040
Downtown Strategy 2040 is a proposed public effort by the City of San Jose with the aim of making the Downtown Strategy 2000 Plan consistent with the Envision San Jose 2040 General Plan Update. Developments and project documents can be viewed here.
+ Midtown Specific Plan
The Midtown Specific Plan - adopted in December 1992 - applies to the area to the west of Diridon Station Area and Downtown San Jose. The entire plan can be viewed here.
+ Climate Smart San Jose
Climate Smart San Jose (CSSJ) is a plan aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions from transit-based sources and improving water quality in the City. The plan, related documents, and meeting schedules are available here.