The Redwood City Downtown Precise Plan (DTPP) describes the vision for the future of Downtown, regulates private development, and recommends potential future city projects.
The DTPP puts form-based codes into practice, setting standards and guidelines for new development and outlining a streamlined approvals process for projects that meet those standards and guidelines. The DTPP is a useful reference for other jurisdictions seeking to implement a form-based code in combination with project streamlining or by-right zoning.
The Downtown Precise Plan web page provides many resources associated with the DTTP, including:
- Staff report from the February 13, 2017 City Council Study Session
- Proposed Amendments
- Sections of the DTTP available for download individually
- Environmental Impact Report
The plan was adopted by the City Council on January 24, 2011. It was amended on September 10, 2012; July 22, 2013; and most recently on May 23, 2016.