The City of Davis is hosting two community-based planning meetings to discuss planning for the Davis Nishi Gateway. The workshops will feature presentations and opportunities for you to share your ideas about the planning of the Davis Nishi Gateway. Feel free to join us for one or both meetings.
Each workshop will provide an overview of the planning effort, schedule, and goals.
Workshop 1 Wednesday, May 28 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Veterans’ Memorial Center
Mobility, Open Space and Community Character
This community discussion will focus on mobility, open space and community character opportunities for the Davis Nishi Gateway. Mobility discussion will include multi-modal transportation opportunities, connectivity, and parking. Open space and community character discussion will include opportunities for green spaces, an open space network, street character and view sheds.
Workshop 2 Thursday, May 29 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Veterans’ Memorial Center
Economic Development and Housing
This community discussion will focus on economic development and housing opportunities for Davis Nishi Gateway. Economic development discussion will feature synergistic uses, target market, employment opportunities and downtown benefits. Housing discussion will include target market, density and housing types.
The City, in collaboration with UC Davis and Yolo County, is embarking on a community-based planning process for the Downtown University Gateway District, which includes Davis Nishi Gateway (Nishi Property and West Olive Drive) and the adjacent UC Davis land. The 45-acre Nishi Property is proposed as a walkable/bikeable, mixed-used district including university-related research park development complemented by high density urban housing and integrated into the UC Davis campus and Downtown.
We look forward to seeing you!
Both workshops at the:
Veterans’ Memorial Center – Club Room203 E 14th Street, Davis, California
Want more information?
Contact: Katherine Hess, Project Manager, City of Davis (530)757-5652 firstname.lastname@example.org