Working to:

  • Protect our Urban Growth Boundary
  • Preserve Ridgelines and Open spaces
  • Retain the best qualities of ourcity for future generations.  

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Email: March 30, 2017


Subject:  Can We Improve Downtown Pleasanton?

Consider taking a short survey to give City leaders your thoughts on updating Pleasanton's downtown specific plan which is intended to guide the preservation and development of land within downtown Pleasanton.


Our historic and well-loved downtown is treasured by our residents.   In an effort to reinvigorate the downtown, City Leaders want to hear from you.  Please take a moment to provide feedback to your City Council by suggesting ideas to improve our downtown and preserve the best qualities of the hub of our City.

Here is a link to the survey and additional information about the planned area:  https://ptowndtown.org/     The survey should take about 10 minutes.

Respond soon, because the survey will end Tuesday, April 4th at midnight.


 For more information about the City's Downtown Specific Task Force, consider attending their next public meeting on April 25, 6:30 pm, City Council Chambers, 200 Old Bernal Avenue, Pleasanton

News from Pleasanton Voters

Email January 21, 2017


‚ÄčFuture of Downtown Pleasanton:

What will our downtown look like going forward: housing, parking, retail, city offices, etc.? Come to Pleasanton's Downtown Specific Plan Task Force Meeting on Tuesday, January 24 at 6:30 p.m. at the Operations Service Center, 3333 Busch Road, Pleasanton.  The Task Forces' history and goals will be discussed as they start the planning process for the future look of the downtown core.  Community input is key to a successful plan, so come and participate.  See www.ptowndtown.org for more information