Alisal Vibrancy Plan Area

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What is the Alisal Vibrancy Plan?

The purpose of this map is to provide a representation of the Alisal Vibrancy Plan Area boundaries for the City of Salinas. The Alisal community and the City of Salinas are beginning an exciting planning process. Since 2013, residents and community organizers have advocated for a community-driven plan focused on East Salinas. The purpose of the plan is to communicate the collective vision of those who live and work in the Alisal and implement community-created solutions for strengthening its neighborhoods. The Alisal Vibrancy Plan is an opportunity to improve the quality of life for East Salinas families by creating a more vibrant, equitable and healthy community in a way that builds upon the social and cultural wealth of the Alisal.

The Alisal Vibrancy Plan is an action-oriented and comprehensive community strategy to address issues and opportunities specific to the Alisal/East Salinas neighborhoods. Through land use mix, urban design, pedestrians and vehicle circulation, public infrastructure, parks, open space, public facilities, and safety, the Vibrancy Plan seeks to create a robust framework for sustained economic opportunities that lead to a Alisal as a vibrant cultural district for residents and visitors.

To learn more about this plan, please visit the Alisal Vibrancy Plan website.
 

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