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Monta Loma/Farley/Rock StreetCommunity Meeting - Comment CardMountain View General Plan UpdateMay 18, 2009 • Time 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.Monta Loma Elementary School • 460 Thompson AveCitywide Policy Questions1. ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT What type of uses and development are appropriate in the North Bayshore Area, the area to the east of Whisman Road, Downtown and the San Antonio Center? Are there areas where some of these additional uses might best be targeted?2. OPEN SPACE AND CONSERVATIONAre there additional opportunities for expanding parks and recreation in Mountain View? What opportunities exist for improving and protecting the City’s natural resources?3. HEALTH AND SAFETYWhat are the opportunities to improve community health and wellness through the built environment in Mountain View?4. CLIMATE CHANGE AND SUSTAINABILITYWhat are some key strategies to address global climate change at the local level?Neighborhood Questions5. LAND USE AND DESIGNThe map on the opposite page shows the focus areas and potential land uses identified by the community during the Visioning Process. Where within the focus areas could these land uses be applied? Is the focus area boundary accurate? What is the appropriate scale and character of these new land uses?6. HOUSINGWhat type of housing needs do you foresee in the City over the next twenty years? Are there opportunities for providing these units in your neighborhood? If so, where?El Camino RealW ...

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Monta Loma/Farley/Rock Street Community Meeting - Comment Card Mountain View General Plan Update
May 18, 2009 •Time 6:30– 8:30 p.m. Monta Loma Elementary School •460 Thompson Ave
Citywide Policy Questions 1. ECONOMICAND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT What type of uses and development are appropriate in the North Bayshore Area, the area to the east of Whisman Road, Downtown and the San Antonio Center? Are there areas where some of these additional uses might best be targeted?
2. OPENSPACE AND CONSERVATION
Are there additional opportunities for expanding parks and recreation in Mountain View? What opportunities exist for improving and protecting the City’s natural resources?
3. HEALTHAND SAFETY
What are the opportunities to improve community health and wellness through the built environment in Mountain View?
4. CLIMATECHANGE AND SUSTAINABILITY
What are some key strategies to address global climate change at the local level?
Neighborhood Questions
5. LANDUSE AND DESIGN
The map on the opposite page shows the focus areas and potential land uses identified by the community during the Visioning Process. Where within the focus areas could these land uses be applied? Is the focus area boundary accurate? What is the appropriate scale and character of these new land uses?
6. HOUSING What type of housing needs do you foresee in the City over the next twenty years? Are there opportunities for providing these units in your neighborhood? If so, where?
LEGEND Mountain View School Destination City Limits Focus Area BoundaryCultural/Civic Destination Creeks CommercialDestination Open Space Destination Monta Loma/Farley/Rock Street Area City of Mountain View General Plan Update
Low Density Residential
MediumHigh Density Res. Commercial General Industrial/ Industrial Park
N 0
Parks and Open Space
Public/Institutional
1000 2000feet
Source: City of Mountain View; MIG, 2009
7. TRANSPORTATION
How can we improve access within neighborhoods or to nearby destinations in the City?How can we improve pedestrian, bicycle and transit access within the neighborhood and to other parts of the City? Are there barriers and how can they be overcome?
8. PUBLICFACILITIES AND INFRASTRUCTURE
Identify existing public facilities that could be improved. How can these facilities better serve community needs? Identify existing infrastructure issues that could be improved. What aspects of the facility could be improved?
Other Comments?
Your input is important to us!Please return this comment card to your facilitator at the end of the workshop.You can also mail, fax, or email your comment card to Martin Alkire at the City of Mountain View: Address: 500Castro Street, PO Box 7540, Mountain View, CA 94039 Fax: 650-903-6474 Email: community.dev@mountainview.gov For more information on the project, visit the website atwww.mountainview2030.com