How you can learn more about our plan
Since last September, we have reached out to the Scotts Valley community by holding two public workshops to gather community input, and two presentations to share our concept plan. We have also held meetings with small groups and individuals that have requested more information.
As the team continues to refine the plans based on direction from the City Council, market realities, and input raised at our most recent February 7th presentations, we want to continue the dialog. If you would like to ask a question or share your thoughts, you can do that here.
We continue to be committed to realizing the Town Center approved by the City of Scotts Valley over a decade ago and ensuring our plan results in a place that is vibrant, exciting and uniquely Scotts Valley.
Community Workshop #3
Over 100 local residents attended our third workshop presentations to help evaluate and discuss proposed plans as well as share thoughts on potential programming within the project.
You can view the materials shared with attendees here:
You might want to know…
The emerging proposal for the Town Green culminates over a decade of planning and policy that set the stage for our upcoming conversations. Read the original Town Center Specific Plan adopted in 2008.*
Our work is being built upon a community surveys conducted less than one year ago, in support of the Scotts Valley General Plan Update (GPU). Read the survey results that are informing our planning here.
*This document is an approved plan document that establishes what is permitted in the Town Center, NOT the development proposal.
The Town Green will be part of Scotts Valley’s future as it looks to continue stewarding its resources and strengthening our community through its General Plan update. Take a minute to review the General Plan’s progress here.
Scotts Valley is facing the same challenge many California Community’s are facing. How can we ensure our families continue to be a part of the community we love? Scotts Valley’s Housing Element – a state mandated and approved blueprint, defines our towns housing requirements and Policies for the next five years. Read the Housing Element here.