CONTRA COSTA COUNTY URBAN LIMIT LINE (ULL)
UPDATE - On December 20th, 2016 the Board of Supervisors approved the 2016 Urban Limit Line Mid-Term Review conclusion provided by the Conservation and Development Department, which states that the ULL analysis demonstrates that sufficient capacity exists countywide inside the ULL to accommodate housing and job growth through 2036.
Voters overwhelmingly approved the Urban Limit Line in 1990. The Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors can change the ULL with a 4/5 vote.
Urban Limit Line Parcels at Risk in Contra Costa County if the ULL is pierced by proposed Tassajara Valley Development.
TASSAJARA PARKS HOUSING DEVELOPMENT & its MOU
This proposed High Density Housing Development would break the Contra Costa County's Urban Limit Line and set a precedence for other developers to follow.
- Frequently Asked Questions FAQ
- Legal opinion of the Tassajara Valley Agricultural Enhancement Area’s Memorandum of Understanding - "Preservation Agreement"
- Tassajara Parks and its MOU "Preservation Agreement" Presentation
- Recirculated Environmental Impact Report Comment Letter MOU/Appendix L
- Recirculated Environmental Impact Report Comment Letter
- Draft Environmental Impact Report Comments
- Tassajara Parks Housing Development Files
TVPA Water Goals -
Long Term Goal - Continue to work with our representatives and agencies to develop a plan which will provide existing Tassajara Valley Residents with water during times of drought and emergencies.
Immediate Goal - To protect Tassajara Valley's Watersheds, Recharge Zones and Tassajara Creek, by Holding the Urban Limit Line and stopping Urban Development over Watersheds and recharge zones.
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Camino Tassajara Road
Working towards adding traffic safety measures on Camino Tassajara Road.