Responses for 2C. What type of development should the City encourage to promote fiscal health?

name distance (mi) priorities added priority (rank) comments date
Doug Bojack Job-creating uses., Mixed-use development (housing, offices, retail, and/or services on the same properties)., Dense multi-family development., New and upgraded commercial uses along major corridors., Dispersed single family development. (0) 05/02/2017
Kyle Harden Mixed-use development (housing, offices, retail, and/or services on the same properties)., Job-creating uses., Dense multi-family development., Dispersed single family development., New and upgraded commercial uses along major corridors. (0) 04/07/2017
Anonymous Mixed-use development (housing, offices, retail, and/or services on the same properties)., Dense multi-family development., Job-creating uses., New and upgraded commercial uses along major corridors., Dispersed single family development. (0) 04/04/2017
Anonymous Job-creating uses., Mixed-use development (housing, offices, retail, and/or services on the same properties)., Dispersed single family development., Dense multi-family development., New and upgraded commercial uses along major corridors. (0) 03/08/2017
Nancy Muniz None (0) Unable to rank in order of preference; all are important and should fall in to areas depending on need in the community. Moreover, these implementations are in need to not divert low income- mid income families and bring in more outsiders to Stockton but rather keep Stocktonians housed affordably. 03/08/2017