In September 2009, Strategy Research Institute (SRI) conducted a phone survey of 200 Rodeo residents. The survey was developed by SRI with input from the Public Works Department and the Redevelopment Agency to determine the level of support for funding the maintenance of Parker Avenue improvements which include landscaping, garbage collection, benches, and graffiti removal ($50,000 annually); a dedicated Sheriffs Deputy for Rodeo ($200,000 annually); and additional community events administered through Lefty Gomez Community Center ($25,000 annually).
District 2 Supervisor Gayle B. Uilkema hosted a Town Hall Meeting on February 18, 2010 to share the results of the community survey.
Click on the links below to access the survey results and handout that were presented at the Town Hall Meeting.
The Redevelopment Agency is working with public works on the improvement of Parker Avenue. The purpose of the project is to achieve an urban form and appearance resulting in a visually appealing and economically viable downtown Rodeo and waterfront. Phase I of the project has undergrounded all utility lines along Parker Avenue. The road will be reconstructed with a landscaped median strip and special downtown treatment during Phase II, scheduled to begin in the Summer of 2006.
The Redevelopment Agency, in collaboration with the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the County Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG), is facilitating a comprehensive Environmental Assessment process. The purpose of the Assessment is to determine the specifics of the environmental, regulatory, and economic constraints for revitalization of the Waterfront. This information will lay the foundation for a revitalization plan for Rodeo's Waterfront.
Rebates and low interest loans for business and property owners in Rodeo Redevelopment Project Area to improve their storefronts and commercial building façades. Learn Info...
The Redevelopment Agency completed the process of rezoning the Rodeo Redevelopment Project Area to P-1 (Planned Unit Development) during the Summer of 2005. The purpose of the rezoning was to increase consistency between the General Plan and the Zoning Ordinance, provide an opportunity for Rodeo residents to have input on how future development will look, provide increased certainty in the entitlement process for developers, and enhance Rodeo's old town character.
The Notice of Intent to file a Negative Declaration was available for public
comment March 22, 2005 - April 12, 2005.
Notice of Intent
Rodeo P-1 Zoning Document - Documents are in Adobe Acrobat format. Download the latest version of Adobe Acrobat here.
Entire Document - 21MB - Warning: Extremely large file!