Adeline Corridor Specific Plan - News and Updates

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Adeline Corridor

News and Updates

Friendly Reminder & Different Meeting Location

This is a friendly reminder that the Planning Commission Adeline Corridor Subcommittee will meet to discuss and provide feedback on Economic Opportunity, Workforce Development, and Implementation (Chapters 5 & relevant part of 8). The public is invited to attend and provide comment.

When: Monday, August 19, 2019 |  7:00 –10:00 pm

Where: Please note the meeting will be held at a different location than previous meetings. This meeting will be held in the HR Multi-Purpose Basement at 1947 Center Street

Access: AGENDA

For more information about past  and upcoming meetings, visit the project website:



How to Comment on the Draft Plan:

Community members are encouraged to submit comments on the Draft Adeline Corridor Specific Plan as soon as possible so that they can be incorporated in Planning Commission discussions and recommendations. Comments will be accepted through early fall 2019. Please send all written comments to the email or mailing address listed below. OR

Attn: Alisa Shen/Adeline Corridor

Planning Department | 1947 Center Street, 2nd floor, Berkeley CA 94704

Where to Find the Draft Plan:

Find the Draft Adeline Corridor Specific Plan online on the project website at: OR

Hard copies are also available for reference at the City of Berkeley at 1947 Center Street (2nd Floor) and at the following locations: the Tarea Hall Pittman South Branch Library (1901 Russell St.), the Central Library (2090 Kittredge St.) and the Judge Henry Ramsey Jr. South Berkeley Senior Center (2939 Ellis St.)


The Draft Adeline Corridor Specific Plan articulates a vision and specific goals and actions for the area along Adeline Street and a portion of South Shattuck Avenue – an area that has a rich history of cultural and economic diversity and political activism, and that also is facing acute challenges, such as displacement and rapid increases in the cost of housing. The Draft Plan reflects input gathered at dozens of community meetings and workshops held since the planning process kicked off in 2015.

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