What principles and priorities do you think should be considered in Sunnyvale's El Camino Real Corridor Plan?
The City is embarking on a community planning effort to refine the future vision for El Camino Real. The Sunnyvale El Camino Real Corridor Plan (ECR Plan) will update the 2007 Precise Plan for El Camino Real, which established the vision for El Camino Real as a vibrant, mixed-use corridor and a safer environment for pedestrians, bicyclists and other modes of transportation. The ECR Plan will address land use and building forms on private property, economic vitality, multimodal connectivity and the streetscape (sidewalks, landscaping and public open space). Your input is needed to help guide this effort.
The ECR Plan vision will reflect community input through ongoing community outreach about the future of the Corridor. So far, the City has hosted two pop-up workshops and has held two meetings with the ECR Plan Advisory Committee (ECRPAC). One pop-up workshop happened during the State of the City event at Washington Park, and the other was at the regular Sunnyvale Farmer’s Market.
The pop-up events, together with meetings of the ECRPAC resulted in community feedback about priorities, assets, opportunities and principles for the Corridor.
The most common themes are presented in this survey page, which you can complete in a few minutes by clicking on "Take the Survey" below. Please help us prioritize the list and let us know if there is anything else you'd like to see that isn't already represented in the lists. Your feedback will be presented to the ECRPAC at their next meeting on March 10th, 2016 (6:30 p.m. at the Senior Center, Laurel Room, 550 E. Remington Dr.), but this survey will remain open as the vision for the corridor is developed.
You can see more comprehensive summaries of the Pop-Up Workshops and ECRPAC meetings here:
Visit http://plansunnyvaleecr.m-group.us/ for more information on the project and to sign up for the mailing list for updates and upcoming meetings.