State Your Vision for Stockton Blvd

What is a vision?
Imagine if everything goes the way the community wants. In 20 years, what does the area look and feel like? What makes it special? The vision is the key roadmap or blueprint used to evaluate any specific goal, policy, or action based on whether it would meet the intention of the community.

** Acknowledgement**
The Stockton Blvd Plan is committed to racial equity and inclusive economic development so that everyone can participate in a shared vision of the future of the Stockton Blvd community. The intention of this exercise is not to erase the past, but to present a collaborative and cohesive vision for the future.

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* 1. The following are a series of draft statements that seek to summarize the community’s vision for Stockton Blvd. Read through each statement. Do you agree with the vision topics about community? The Stockton Blvd community will…

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celebrate Stockton Blvd’s rich cultural diversity and deep history.
welcome and nurture people of all income levels and backgrounds, supported by housing that meets their needs, including formerly unhoused.
have access to home, business, and land ownership opportunities that allows the building of generational wealth, especially among those historically denied opportunity.
have skills and access to resources they need to thrive in well-paid careers.
be well informed about programs and resources and will have equitable access to such programs and resources.
be knowledgeable about civic processes and have a voice when decisions that affect the neighborhoods are made.
have the opportunity to stay and enjoy the benefits that come from a re-invested corridor and community.

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* 2. The following are a series of draft statements that seek to summarize the community’s vision so far for Stockton Blvd. Read through each statement. Do you agree with the vision topics about business? Stockton Blvd will…

  Yes No Needs Improvement
be the home to a diverse group of family- and Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC)-owned local businesses.
highlight and celebrate its eclectic mix of ethnic grocery stores, diverse ethnic cuisines, and culturally-specific specialty items.
be home to businesses and developments that hire local residents.
advocate and support the businesses of its systemically marginalized populations.
honor, protect, and support the long-standing anchor businesses of its community.

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* 3. The following are a series of draft statements that seek to summarize the community’s vision so far for Stockton Blvd. Read through each statement. Do you agree with the vision topics about place? Stockton Blvd will…

  Yes No Needs Improvement
be a destination for affordable family-friendly activities.
have gathering spaces for community members to meet and form deep bonds with each other.
emerge as a regional destination for arts, culture, and diversity through family-friendly celebrations, festivals, and other placemaking activities.
transform vacant lots into assets for the community.
include public art and wayfinding features that celebrates the cultural and ethnic history of the area.
provide green spaces and places for urban agriculture and gardens.
have street trees, sidewalks, and bike lanes that make it a walkable and comfortable corridor.

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* 4. Do you have any additional thoughts or concerns?

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* 5. What is your 5-digit zipcode?

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